Origami Peace and Harmony Garland Class

  • Led by Cydney Miller

  • Saturday, August 24, 2019, 1 – 3 pm

  • $45 per person + $10 materials fee to be paid to instructor in class

  • Ages 12 (with supervision) to Adult

  • Class size limited to 12 participants

The Wildling Museum is excited to present an Origami Peace and Harmony Garland Class led by Cydney Miller. Learn how to make a colorful garland of origami cranes and butterflies with decorative beads and crystal accents. No need to bring a thing. Everything needed for this project – including origami paper, tassels, embroider floss, scissors, and needles – will be provided in class!

Register for this workshop using the button below, stop in at the Wildling, or call (805) 686-8315.

About Cydney Miller


Cydney Miller’s lifelong interest in the intersection of art, the natural world, and humanity first led her to designing and building alternative energy structures in the 1970s and 1980s. During that time, Miller also taught adult workshops and extension classes while co-authoring a college textbook on solar energy.

While raising her family, Miller spent nearly three decades teaching as a Montessori teacher for fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students. The emphasis on teaching the whole child and the connectedness of all things allowed Miller to continue sharing her passion for the arts, the environment, and education.

Miller currently serves on the Board of the Creekspirit Wildlife Foundation and the Wildling Museum’s newly formed Education Committee, while continuing to share her love of such arts as origami – the ancient, peaceful, and joyful art of paper folding – in small classes.