Category Archives: Peace Crane Project

Meet Miguel

NEW THIS YEAR – We are collecting cranes to display around the world! Each week we will feature a different participant. If you would like to be featured, please send your cranes to us!Here it is, the first crane in our flock! Direct from our friend Miguel at OrigaMIT, the origami club at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Here’s a photo of Miguel! Thanks so much for joining us, Miguel Vega at OrigaMIT! Now, it’s your turn to join in! Here’s how to participate: 1. Fold a crane. 2. Write a…

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Will You Represent Your Country?

Hello my friends,  Did you know we are planning a world tour of the cranes you fold? Our partners at Peace Day 365 are in discussion with the United NationsDepartment of Public Information now. We hope the first stop will be at the United Nations this Fall. Next up, a confirmed showing at the North American Chautauqua Trail Annual Meeting in October. From there, several museums and other venues have expressed an interest. It appears we are only limited by your crane folding stamina, and my stamina in general. 🙂…

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Peace Crane Project News February 18, 2017

Hello, my friends,  Well, so… after several rounds of volunteers, some paid help, and many members giving it a go, we decided the new website was too difficult to use and maintain. I am reverting it back to the old site and the old exchange list system. If you signed up on the website in the past few weeks and you are receiving our newsletter but are not appearing on the exchange list, please email me to have your listing included. Directions on how to participate are on the…

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We Could Use Your Help!

I am designing this new website for the Peace Crane Project. I’m looking for ways to connect our participants more easily, thwart the dirty rotten hackers that are dogging me, and also spare me from doing so much manually to connect everyone. I could really use some help in figuring out if what I’m up to will work, and how it works. If you’re able and willing, even if you do not plan to participate in the project, could you register, and let me know how it…

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