We have had to cancel our Autumn convention due to the coronavirus pandemic, so instead we are going to hold a one-day virtual convention (BOS Vcon 2020) on Sunday 13th September 2020. This will use the popular Zoom online system. We suggest you install their “app” to your computer and try to attend some of the many Zoom origami meetings so you can get to know how it works. On the 12th, there will be a virtual AGM for members only, along with a 2-part class by Assia Brill.
Starting at 10am UK time there will be 7 classes of 45 minutes each, with 15 minutes extra for questions etc. The day before, we will be holding our AGM also using Zoom (with a short class before and after), this will be for members only. Login details will shortly be posted in the members area.
The sessions of the convention will be recorded and made available for delegates to download for a limited time after the convention.
Booking has closed for this event.
Rob Foord – Triknity Modular
A simple design. Requirements: 10-15cm squares, with a different colour/pattern on each side. You’ll need 3 sheets of the same size.
Nick Robinson – Duck and Ducklings
A series of low-intermediate models showing multiple subjects from the same square. 15cms kami. It will help if you prepare 2 fish bases and 1 bird base before the class.
Lizzie Burns – 5 petal Modular Flower
A low-intermediate design by Tomoko Fuse. Requirements: 10-15cm squares, with a different colour/pattern on each side. You’ll need 5 sheets of the same size.
Michael LaFosse – Skunk
An intermediate design. Requirements: 15cm square of black & white paper.
Ed Holmes – Modular Cube
A low-intermediate design by Lewis Simon. Requirements: 10-15cm squares, with a different colour/pattern on each side. You’ll need 13 sheets of the same size (12 to fold, 1 as a template).
Lee Armstrong – Penguin Chick
A high-intermediate design. Requirements: 15cm square of paper, white on one side, black or grey on the other.
David Brill – 2 and 3 Unit Modulars
A simple design. Requirements: a few sheets of 15cm squares, colour/white, plus two A4 copy paper white or coloured. Envelopener or non-serrated table knife to cut the paper.
Tony O’Hare – Bristol Balloons
A low-intermediate design, inspired by Tony’s home city, Bristol, which in normal times hosts an International Balloon Fiesta in August. Requirements: a 15cm square of kami paper or brightly coloured paper, white on the reverse side, or duo paper.