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    Origami (Park Slope)

    Sometimes paper has more to say than the words that might be written on it. Explore the world of expression with the paper-folding art of origami. While normally associated with the Japanese, folding paper to produce art has origins in numerous Eastern and Western cultures, which together form the modern day version of origami. This class will teach you focus and care as you turn your mind to work on simple scrap of paper. You’ll be taught to form delicate and beautiful single-piece sculptures that will make stunning home decorations or thoughtful handmade gifts. By classes end, you’ll have the knowledge to create several beautiful pieces on your own, and the foundation for a lifetime of paper-folding relaxation. Who knew paperwork could be so much fun?
    Origami (Park Slope)

    95 Seventh Ave, Brooklyn

    • Learn the fundamentals of paper folding during this introductory art class
    • Turn ordinary paper into delicate sculptures that will delight and awe
    • Leave class with several origami pieces to keep or gift
    • Discover a new hobby with which to relax and indulge your creative side
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    Introduction to Metal Fabrication

    Did a light just turn on inside your head? Well, now you can turn one on above your head, too. Learn how to build a lamp in Introduction to Metal Fabrication. This course brings together the practical skills of metal grinding and soldering to create a functional, contemporary copper lamp from pieces of copper piping. You’ll learn the qualities of copper as well as how to bend, form, and mold the metal into something amazing. Before long, you’ll start to understand how things are created, why they work the way they do, and how you can do the same the next time a light bulb goes off in -- or above -- your own noggin.
    Introduction to Metal Fabrication

    117B 11th St, Brooklyn

    • Create a contemporary minimalistic lamp from copper tubing, your bare hands, and a little know-how
    • Learn how to use a grinder, solder, and buffing wheel and how to assemble the final lamp that goes home with you
    • Combine grit and elbow grease to create something gorgeous to put in your home -- they make great gifts, too!
    • Learn how to bend, form, and mold metal into amazing shapes, and use this skill set for future projects
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