Friday, April 24, 2009

Institute for Infinitely Small Things’ “Origami Stimulus Package”

Boston’s Institute for Infinitely Small Things, one of the smartest wittiest conceptual art gangs around, presents its “Origami Stimulus Package” from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday, April 26, at Brandeis’s Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts (inside the campus center atrium).

You’re invited to the “big afternoon party,” as they call it, to “join origami experts from the MIT Origami Club and members of the Institute for Infinitely Small Things to make origami creations out of the Economic Stimulus Package. Our goal is to turn the 600-page package into beautiful origami creations which we will then proceed to sell in order to stimulate the economy. This event is free and open to the public. No origami experience necessary as a 12-year-old origami expert will be teaching us all what to do.”


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