Author Archives: jpichon

Origami Workshops: Animals!

Fancy learning how to make paper animals? Join this specially themed origami workshop, taught by Jamie O’Leary! The “Animals” workshop will run twice. To attend, you should already be familiar with origami, for instance having attended one of our previous events. If you’re a complete beginner, worry not, for we’re also doing a re-run of […]

A Taste of R workshop: 2nd edition

After the success of the first one, Tog will be hosting our second “Taste of R” workshop on December 12th, taught by Kevin O’Brien (Dublin-R). R is a programming language used for statistics. This is a repeat of the November 24th workshop, targeted at complete beginners. Students should be reasonably familiar with computers and have […]

Quick note on workshop availability

If you tried to sign up for the R workshop or the Christmas origami workshops in the last couple of days and either were unable to, or didn’t receive a confirmation email from Julie, please try again! We had a technical hiccup and the “bookable” forms stopped working and mistakenly marked the events as full […]

Workshop: A Taste of R

Tog will be hosting a “Taste of R” workshop on November 24th, taught by Kevin O’Brien (Dublin-R). R is a programming language used for statistics. This workshop is targeted at complete beginners. Students should be reasonably familiar with computers and have knowledge of loops. The statistical content will be kept as straightforward as possible. When? […]

Christmas Origami Workshops

As Christmas approaches, why not be original and create your own decorations? Join this workshop and learn to make Christmas decorations using origami, and get introduced to modular origami techniques. Beginners are welcome, but they should (re-)familiarise themselves first with the waterbomb base. This workshop will run twice, choose the date that suits you best: […]

Workshop: Electro-sewing

We would like to invite you to Tog’s first ever electronic sewing workshop! As a simple first project, we will be making nice looking flowers with a LED centre. We’ll be working with silver conductive thread (instead of wire), and creating a small circuit to power the LED (small light) from a coin-cell battery. The […]