Like origami artworks held together via paper tucked into compatible pocket folds, collaboration is key to Woodson Art Museum programs for all ages. Often, as staff members plan and work alongside community partners, we develop soft spots for these people.
|Michael assists visitors on opening day.|
|Roman with Little Masters participants, February. 19.|
|Michael with origami artist and WPR host Ruthanne Bessman|
|Roman and Michael with Keith Uhlig|
Maybe it’s just the mom in me, but seeing Roman and Michael at the preview party in their dress shirts and ties and accompanied by proud family members made me smile. As the Museum’s media liaison, I was tickled to connect them with reporters after each graciously and eagerly agreed to be interviewed.
|Michael and his mother during the preview party.|
I hope Edison offers sound advice about where Michael can best further his education to pursue an origami-related career.
Like delicate origami artworks, we rely on one another and the connections we make to form and hold our lives together with increasingly beautiful complexity.