2nd and 3rd grade embarked on an ambitious project this week. They each made an Agamograph! I saw my first ‘Agamograph’ at a recent educators day at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston. I was so intrigued by the concept that I knew it would be a perfect art project for our curious 2nd and 3rd graders. Rather than giving an explantion of how the students completed the project, I thought I would let the pictures speak for themselves! I absolutely love how these turned out 🙂
Definition: – An agamograph is a piece of art work composed of two separate images. Since the images are folded in an accordion style, as the viewer passes by the piece, the
images morph from the first image to the second image.