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Coming full circle: Adult art classes being held at NDMoA

The artistic folding class held Thursday evening at the North Dakota Museum of Art was unique not only because all of the students were adults, but also because all of the paper being folded was circle.

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(From right) Aimee Rogers and Dhasarathy Archana listen as Bradford Hansen-Smith leads an adult art class with a focus on folding circles at the North Dakota Museum of Art. (Photo by Sara Porter/Grand Forks Herald)

The artistic folding class held Thursday evening at the North Dakota Museum of Art was unique not only because all of the students were adults, but also because all of the paper being folded was circle.

Moving away from typical square sheets used for folded art, instructor Bradford Hansen-Smith described folding circles as “far more interesting.”

Over the four week program, students will fold, discuss what they folded and explain why they chose to fold their supplies a certain way.

By the last week, each student will present a final project based on what they found interesting in their work.

Folding the Circle is one in a series of adult classes being offered at the Museum of Art.

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More information can be found on their website ndmoa.com/adult-classes.

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