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San Antonio Botanical Garden sends off its latest exhibition with Origami Nights event series 

click to enlarge “OrigamiintheGarden²" will be on view at the Botanical Garden through May 1. - COURTESY OF THE SAN ANTONIO BOTANICAL GARDEN
  • Courtesy of the San Antonio Botanical Garden
  • “OrigamiintheGarden²" will be on view at the Botanical Garden through May 1.
There's only one more month for guests to attend the “OrigamiintheGarden²”exhibition at the San Antonio Botanical Garden, which ends on May 1.

During its final days, the garden is sending it off with a new series of events starting on the first day of April.

Each Thursday evening, visitors to the garden can enjoy Origami Nights, which will feature origami-inspired hands-on activities, exhibition tours, Japanese-inspired cocktails and food.

“OrigamiintheGarden²” features sculptures by Santa Fe artists Jennifer and Kevin Box, presenting the origami paper art form in museum-quality metals. In addition to the artists' own creations, the exhibition features collaborations with world-renowned origami artists including Tim Armijo, Te Jui Fu, Beth Johnson, Michael G. LaFosse and Robert J. Lang.

$12-$15, 6-9 p.m. Thursdays through April 29, San Antonio Botanical Garden, 555 Funston Pl., (210) 536-1400,

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