Are you interested in paper crafts? Have you ever wondered how to make a beautiful sculpture out of one square of paper? Don’t know your Mountain fold from your Valley fold? Then look no further, the Introduction to Origami workshop is for you!Origami is the art of paper folding, often associated with the Japanese culture, which creates different sculptures and models from a single square of paper. It is a great way to develop patience, concentration and spatial reasoning, as well as being therapeutic, fun and giving you a great sense of achievement!During this 3 hour workshop, Gillian will lead you through the basic folds of origami and introduce you to 3 designs, including the well-known Japanese paper crane. You will then be able to create your own origami arrangement, using a number of techniques to display your models.All tools, materials and tuition will be provided for you to create your own piece to display and show off to friends and family!Gillian is a trained arts practitioner who has been leading workshops in a variety of arts for 15 years. Although she has always been crafty, her obsession for paper crafts developed during the planning of her wedding, for which she created 300 paper roses! She has since expanded this obsession to other flowers, wedding stationery and, of course, origami, which she finds extremely relaxing in her hectic world with 2 cats and a toddler. She has also created her own business, Millo Handmade, to share her craftiness with others. You can find her work on Facebook and Instagram, @MilloHandmade.FAQsAre there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? Any child under 16 must be accompanied by an adult and we operate a no under 10 policy.What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? Baltic Triangle parking is 2 hours no return with on-street parking free after 6pm. There is free nearby parking on Grafton Street and Stanhope Street. Public transport links are nearby, and the venue is easily accessible on foot from Liverpool City Centre.How accessible is the venue? The workshop is located on the 2nd floor of Elevator Studios which provides full accessibility to the premises including a disability lift. We would advise wheelchair users to contact the workshop provider on the sale of the ticket to arrange building access due to equipment requiring a keycode.Where can I contact the organiser with any questions? Feel free to get in touch with the Make office 0151 601 8665, the practitioner at 07506465847, or email email@example.com.Is my registration/ticket transferrable? If you find that you cannot attend then you are welcome to pass your place on to a friend who may find it useful. Please let the organiser know if you need to do this. Alternatively tickets can be transferred to a future event up to a 14 days before the event.Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? A register will be taken at the workshop, it isn't necessary to print your ticket.What is the refund/cancellation policy? Refunds will be offered in the event of the class being cancelled - in this instance we will give as much notice as possible, usually at least 5 days, and offer alternative dates if appropriate. This class does have a minimum requirement of ticket sales to proceed, so there is a possibility of it being cancelled, but we will contact you five days before if this is the case.If for any reason you find you are unable to attend then please get in touch and a refund can be offered up to 14 days before the workshop. After this date we will only offer a refund if we able to fill your space.The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?Please bring along a print out of your ticket if the registration does not match the attendee, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org to have them change the ticket so it contains your name.What can I bring into the event? We would advise bringing something to take notes with, and wearing comfortable clothing.