About the project
Everyone can fold paper crane; it is small and takes only a few minute of their time…but we collected more than three thousand of them! Can you imagine how beautiful and powerful decoration will be on the Children’s hospital walls with 3000 paper cranes together? We are sure it will brighten up the hospital wall.
Visit the origami art exhibition at level 1 Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick. 22 Sept - 25 Nov 2011
Thank you for posted your love in the shape of paper cranes.
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Friday, August 26, 2011
Sunday, August 21, 2011
Big thanks to Anne and Shane!!
Shane Withington is an Australian actor best known for his starring roles in the television series A Country Practice as Brendan Jones, the male nurse and Willing and Abel (as Abel Moore). Withington also had a recurring role as Colin on Home and Away. After his role in A Country Practice, he appeared in a spin-off series with co-star Grant Dodwell called Willing and Able.
Withington had a guest star appearance in Strange Bedfellows, alongside Paul Hogan and Michael Caton. In 2010, he has returned to the Australian small screen in the regular role of John Palmer again in the soap Home and Away. (Wikipedia)
Friday, August 19, 2011
* Ren Yano & His students
* Kazuko Fukaya & Her students
Some of the name of folders are :
THANK YOU SO MUCH !!!!!
Big thank you for students from Rainbow Street Public School today for the workshop at Sydney Children's Hospital ! They did a brilliant work !
Folders from Rainbow Street Public School :
Sunday, August 14, 2011
Tuesday, August 9, 2011
We have received many paper cranes via post!!
Thank you for sending your love in the shapes of paper cranes to the hospital.
Here are some names Martha from SCHF found on the back of the envelopes.
Kelly, North Manly
Janine and Tessa
Karin, Lennox Head
Angela, Sydney Childrens Hospital Foundation
Sandy, Sydney Childrens Hospital Foundation
Rhiannon, Sydney Childrens Hospital Foundation
Saturday, August 6, 2011
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
There is still some time left to fold origami cranes for the project and if you are part of a club or like to fold with your class - please do so! Maybe you can even make a bigger crane than the one I spotted on the fence! Good luck with it! It's lots of fun :-)
You can take a gigantic piece of paper and fold it. Or you can add lots of small drawings together.Maybe you can draw your face with all the children from your class and step 2 glue them into a large sheet. Or you can collect pieces of fabric and make a textile origami bird. So much options!