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NYSS Summer Salon

Thursday, July 29th 7pm
Summer 2004
Kaufmann Auditorium, American Museum of Natural History
Use the 77th Street entrance between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue

Money folds, flag folds, and cats at the Origami USA Convention, June 2004.

The summer salon gives members an opportunity to make brief presentations of works in progress or experimental 3D images. We usually see an wide variety of images and some nice surprises. This year several members will show the results of our invitation to shoot the recent OrigamiUSA convention at FIT.

Please send a message to salon@NY3D.org if you would like to project stereo slides or anaglyph digital files. The digital files should be tif format, 768 pixels tall and no more than 1028 pixels wide. Or simply bring your slides and viewer, stereo prints, lenticulars, or laptop computer to show images informally after the projections.

This meeting is free and open to the public.


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