Origami

January 21, 2005

NO SCISSORS, no glue, just paper: A group of kids try theirhands at origami, the Japanese art of paper folding, at a summerworkshop held at the Costa Rican Art Museum, on theeast side of La Sabana Park in San José. In this age-old art,colored sheets of square paper are folded in various ways tocreate figures such as cranes, frogs and balloons. Summerworkshops at the art museum are now full; for year-roundcourses in origami and other arts, call Escuela Casa delArtista, in Guadalupe, at 234-1233.

Facebook Comments

You may be interested

How to file a criminal complaint, or ‘denuncia,’ in Costa Rica
Costa Rica
626 views
Costa Rica
626 views

How to file a criminal complaint, or ‘denuncia,’ in Costa Rica

Caeli Chesin - March 22, 2019

In Costa Rica, a criminal complaint can report workplace harassment, a home invasion or sexual assault, among other crimes related…

Off the eaten path: Aroi Thai
Dining & Nightlife
765 views
Dining & Nightlife
765 views

Off the eaten path: Aroi Thai

William Ayre - March 22, 2019

Aroi Thai was the first Thai restaurant in Costa Rica. They started as a delivery-only service before opening a restaurant…

Costa Rica confirms measles cases in children of United States citizens
Costa Rica
3392 views
Costa Rica
3392 views

Costa Rica confirms measles cases in children of United States citizens

Alejandro Zúñiga - March 21, 2019

Costa Rica is enacting a National Surveillance Protocol after confirming two cases of measles, the Health Ministry announced Thursday afternoon.…