Taro’s Origami Artist Basic Certification Course
TARO’S ORIGAMI METHOD OVERVIEW
Taro’s Origami Studio is home to one of the first origami studios in the United States and through years of refinement and teaching, they have created a definitive and comprehensive system for learning origami. Most origami books or classes are focused on learning specific models, but what makes the Taro’s Origami Method unique is its focus on learning all of origami, so that you can become fluent in the art form for years to come. The method is based off of the centuries old tradition of martial arts, where you learn the simpler maneuvers as a foundation, so you can add to it as you master newer and more complex folds.
Taro’s offer a wide variety of origami courses that you can learn and become certified in, but each one begins here with the basic course. Once you have passed this basic course you will be able to try out any number of different applications for paper folding, like modulars, tessellations, flowers, or animals. Have a look, and see if you’re ready to begin your origami journey!
BASIC COURSE DESCRIPTION
In this Taro’s Origami Method: Taro’s Origami Artist Basic Certification Course, candidates develop their origami skills from learning the basic folds, and reading diagrams so they can make models with precision. To enjoy the folding journey of origami, students are taught to learn the basic folding techniques using the Taro’s Origami Method, which is based on the achievement levels of a martial arts belt system.
Origami is being used regularly in the fields of aerospace, science, architecture, and medicine in addition to math, art and design. Folding combinations are also infinite, so this certification course is a wonderful way to start learning a valuable skill, especially if you are aspiring to share your love of folding through teaching. Take a look at our 3 easy steps below, and welcome to exploring the endless possibilities of folding!
Session 0: Take on-site or online Introduction to Taro’s Origami Method System (about 1.5 hour)
To begin with you will take one of the following: (1) a introductory on-site class at one of the Taro’s Origami Studios in New York or Oakland (2) an introduction on-line class with a live teacher subject to availability.
Session 1 to 4: Complete the Folding Classes either Online or In-Person
- Session 1: Lessons for 6th-Kyu Yellow Belt and 5th-Kyu Orange Belt Basic Folds
- Session 2: Lessons for 4th-Kyu Blue Belt and 3rd-Kyu Purple Belt Basic Folds
- Session 3: Lessons for 2nd-Kyu Green Belt and 1st-Kyu Red Belt Basic Folds
- Session 4: Evaluation and Certification
Each session takes 1.5 to 2 hours.
In order to complete the Taro’s Origami Method Basic Certification course, we require students to present or submit selected models demonstrating mastery of the Taro’s basic origami folds. This way we are able to make sure each student has learned everything needed to succeed in origami.
Schedule an Introduction and Lessons
Students can either take the course in person at Taro’s Origami Studio in New York or Oakland or online, with the use of personal video conferencing.
After purchasing this course, get a up-to-4-lesson ticket from this link with inputting a coupon code (this code makes the ticket be free of charge) that you will receive by email after purchasing this course.
-Taro’s Origami Artist Basic Certification will prove your origami ability.
-Possible Monetize opportunity offered by Taro’s Origami Studio: origami decoration for the events, stores and corporate works ( but not allowed to teach Taro’s Origami Method.)
-Entry fee discount for an future Exhibition/Convention/Competition opportunities at Taro’s Origami Studio.
- Lectures 1
- Quizzes 1
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 23
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes