💜✒️I N K T O B E R✒️💜 Con los dulces que me enviaron como no iba a estar contenta!!!! 😊😊😊 Y de nuevo subí mis ánimos para continuar el Inktober! Ya vamos 18 días en los cuales subimos un dibujo diario de acuerdo a la lista de @inktober y ya vamos por más de la mitad para acabar 😍
Do you know?
Have you heard of EMOZ?
The Origami Museum of Zaragoza (EMOZ) is a unique place in Europe. There are two other museums in the world dedicated to origami: one in Japan and other in South Korea, of traditional origami. The one in Zaragoza is considered the best of the world on its category.
#Zaragoza is a city where #Paperfolding is pronounced as a proper name since quite a long time: the existence of a group of folders is documented as from 1944.
This museum has a permanent exhibition, which is renewed every three months with works that belong to the museum collection, and temporary exhibitions of approximately three months. The rooms count with QR codes to follow with the mobile the explanations in different languages.
General ticket price is 3 €, Reduced 2 € (More than 65 years old, teachers, students)
The tour begins in the origins of origami in Japan. The first figures created with paper were called ‘noshi’ and served to save the sticks.
In the exhibition, you can see designs of Miguel de Unamuno. The writer was also a great origami-maker and designed several figures. But without doubt, the father of modern origami is Japanese Akira Yoshizawa, one of his original works is exhibited on the EMOZ.
The collection of the School-Museum has been assembled thanks to the relationships established in many parts of the world by the members of the group during more than 60 years.
Apart from Akira Yoshizawa, Yoshihide Momotani, Eric Joisel, Vicent Floderer and so many others has put together their artwork in a single place.
We can found from small pieces of paper that represent animals or film characters, to representations of nature that occupy a whole room. In the EMOZ we find for example a reproduction on paper of a seabed. It’s one of the impressive works for visitors.
They are currently running exhibition “Origami_maths”, from 15th September to 2nd December 2018.
The Museum organizes successive activities and courses for members and fans to the art of Origami
Here’s to a productive Friday!⚡️ Hoping to finally get some invitations photographed, little projects started, and basically organize my life. 😶 Fall candle lit. Coffee brewing. #bringitonfriday •
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