This is the second Origami World Marathon!
The basic idea is simple: 48 creators, teaching 48 new and exclusive models in 48 hours for 48 €.
We have chosen the best origami artists from around the world. Each of them will teach one of their models via Zoom. This is the unique opportunity to learn from the best directly, and also to know the people behind the names!
Dates: August 28th-29th 2021
(depending on time zones, workshops can start on the 27th or end on the 30th!)
- Participants will receive a unique Zoom link for all the workshops.
- The Workshops will be given live. Following the workshop, we may have a short question-and-answer session with the artist.
- Zoom is available for PC, tablets, and phones: Android or iPhone.
- Attendess will receive all video recordings after each workshop, so you won't miss a thing!
You will be able to fold all the models even if you can't make yourself available live!
The profits generated will be partly redistributed to the artists, moderators and the origami community.
More than folding models, we offer above all a meeting with famous designers. Because many of us cannot travel to the four corners of the world to meet them, it is a unique opportunity to be able to fold alongside the artists we admire, "feel" their way of folding and teaching, and maybe even discuss with them at the end of the session.
Here is the list of the artists participating in this operation :
This event is created and managed by Ilan Garibi / Guy Loel / Nicolas Terry
WARNING: no tickets are sent by post. Any bonuses (like mini discovery pack or any other physical gift) will be replaced by a downloadable diagram.
Terms and conditions
Your registration fee allows you to attend up to 48 workshops and get 48 links to the videos. We cannot supply the video files.
Your link is unique and can not be used on two separate devices. If you share it with your friend only one of you will be able to log in.
During the workshops, those selected will have the opportunity to restore the sound and ask questions. Others will be able to turn on their video camera, to show off their models. The organizers will not be responsible for the inappropriate material presented in the video.
As this agreement is based on technical means, we reserve the right to modify the program without notice! Video quality may vary depending on camera, internet connection and other variables. We've done our best to have the best setting and to make sure it's good enough to teach. However, we may face some difficulties that will cause the video quality to degrade.
The workshop will start exactly at the time indicated. We will not restart a workshop even if you are one minute late.
Any question related to the use of Zoom is not the responsibility of the organizers and must be handled by the participants.
You are agree to follow this code of conduct: The Origami World Marathon is committed to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone. We expect attendees to be treated with the utmost respect at our event. All communication and behavior should be appropriate for children and adults, including people of diverse backgrounds.
- Be kind to others.
- Do not insult, bully, or put down other attendees.
- Behave respectfully to everyone.
- Remember that harassment, bullying, and exclusionary jokes are not acceptable at our event.
- Participants asked to stop any harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately.
If a participant engages in behavior that violates this code of conduct, the organizers will take an action they deem appropriate, including warning the offender or expulsion from the event with no refund.
Clarifications and Examples
Harassment includes, but is not limited to:
- Offensive communication related to gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, religion
- Use of sexist, racist, ableist, or any other discriminatory or exclusionary language.
- Sexual images in public spaces
- Deliberate intimidation, stalking, or following
- Harassing photography or recording
- Sustained disruption of talks or other event
- Inappropriate physical conduct
- Unwelcome sexual attention
- Advocating for, or encouraging, any of the above behavior