Hippocampus – Workshop on Origami and Books for Visually Impaired

Hippocampus is back with a interesting workshop on Origami. Visually impaired can now find books in Hippocampus. For details Read on..


 Saturday, AUGUST 4TH @ 11.00 a.m


 Ages (5- 8)

An exciting, fun-filled Story-origami session that will teach children how to create an origami model using just a story .

Origami is the Japanese word for paper folding. ORI means to fold and KAMI means paper. Children will not only get to create an origami model, but will also be encouraged to come up with stories of their own.

 Join us for an interactive story hour, filled with colour, creativity and concentration.


 Creative Resource Centre for the Visually Impaired @ Hippocampus

  Friday, August 3rd @ 11.00 a.m. 

We at Hippocampus will now be housing books for the visually impaired too.

This is an initiative by the Karadi Cultural Alliance Trust and supported by Sir Ratan Tata Trust Fund.

We would be delighted if you could be a part of the launch and support this venture. A first step towards inclusion and making reading easily accessible and fun for them.

To know more information contact

No.4, Old No.7,
12th Street, Nandanam,
Chennai 600035
Tel 42067159




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