I did a day of Star Wars Origami in conjunction with the Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination exhibit at the Museum of Science Boston. I folded a 12 by 12 foot sheet of paper into the Millennium Falcon, made a 2 foot long Landspeeder, and created a holocron of the opening of Revenge of the Sith
My Staff (Jan Alexander, Fran Siller, and Yvonne Relic) taught volunteers experienced in origami how to fold a Skyhopper, Sandcrawler, Jango Fett, Vader's TIE, Jabba, and the Naboo Starfighter. These volunteers and my staff then taught over 1000 museum guests how to fold these figures during a 3 hour period. I would like to thank the volunteers Greg Mudarri, Kenny Baclawski, Jay and Corey Comenitz, Alessandra Mariano, Aviv Ovadya, Gustavo Garicia, Luca Gershon, Mark Hoffman, Wensdy Whitehead, Marina Simun, Elsa Chen, Marisol Getchell, Monica Parker-James, and Bess Paupeck for their help in making the event a success.
And a special thanks to Program Director, Lisa Monrose, for all her work in orginizing the event.