Composer, Musician, and Origami Artist Jay Ansill will speak at the Monthly Meeting.
Many people have tried their hand at origami — from making something as simple as a folded paper hat to the trickier traditional paper crane. Doylestown Origami Artist Jay Ansill has enjoyed decades of creating creative paper sculptures that has led to his current “pink men” project, featuring origami figures in variety of scenarios related to current events and popular culture, as well as authoring Origami Sourcebook: Beautiful Projects and Mythical Characters, Step by Step.
Jay Ansill will speak about his experiences and lead a hands-on origami project as the November speaker hosted by the North Penn Arts Alliance (NPAA) on Wednesday, November 7th, at 7 p.m., at the Lansdale Public Library, 301 Vine Street in Lansdale.
“Jay is a free spirited artist, chock full of creativity with a lot of fun ideas,” said Kim Newell, NPAA President. “I’ve been following the adventures of his “pink men” for the past couple of years, and I look forward to hearing more about his process and taking part in the guided project.”
The November 7 presentation, which is free and open to the public, is part of the monthly speaker series hosted by the North Penn Arts Alliance during its meeting on the first Wednesday of the month at the Lansdale Public Library. The NPAA also offers exhibits, shows, and classes for children and adults through the North Penn School District’s Community Education program and at the North Wales Community Center at St. Luke’s Church located at 125 N. Main Street in North Wales.
For more information, please visit http://www.northpennarts.org/www.northpennarts.org.