Thursday, August 12 at 6:30 pm ET (New York)
While indulging in the folly of attempting to create an impossible shape with folded paper, artist and educator Paula Krieg stumbled upon a novel flexagon that not only shape-shifts to expose hidden faces, but also hides and reveals small pockets and winged handles, adding more dimension to this already-mysterious surface. Join Paula as she demonstrates the astonishingly elegant folding method used to construct this playful mathematical toy, then make your own Folded Folly flexagon as a keepsake of this uniquely engagingly evening.
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