SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23 — 10:00 to 4:00
The Flexagon Model with Book with Barbara Brown. The flexagon was originally discovered by a mathematician in1939 as a means to describe sub-atomic particles. The genius behind it enabled paper and book artists to work off the premise and create a myriad of toys (think Jacob’s Ladder), origami models, and a variety of book art structures. Barbara’s class will show you how to make a flexagon structure (technically a trihexaflexagon) that reveals a hidden side within the folds of the other two sides. This workshop will also include making a soft cover pamphlet book with an interior folded envelope to hold the finished flexagon. The sewn text pages of the booklet will include the instructions for making a flexagon.
Class Fee: $85 — Materials Fee: $20