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The “How Math Meets Art” workshop series kicked off with a burst of energy and excitement, starting with the captivating world of “Origamics”. Together, we embarked on a thrilling journey, exploring the endless possibilities of origami as a form of art and craftsmanship. As we set off on this adventure, we discovered the magical intersection where math and art collide. Our first destination was the awe-inspiring Fujimoto approximation method, a clever way to evenly divide a simple strip of paper. From there, we dove into the art of creating a traditional paper crane, but with a delightful twist that brought a splash of color to our creations. And finally, we reached the pinnacle of our journey, crafting magnificent stellated octahedrons through the precise and intricate process of modular origami. Along the way, we unraveled fascinating stories about the historical significance of Platonic solids. This first leg of our expedition has been nothing short of incredible, filled with laughter, joy, and unforgettable memories. Together, we have deepened our knowledge and appreciation for the beauty of mathematics, origami, and art as a whole. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to each and every participant for infusing the workshop with so much happiness and for enriching our own lives in the process.

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