Agamographs seem to have taken classrooms by storm! An agamograph is a series of images that change when viewed from different angles. This type of art is named after a sculptor, Yaacov Agam, who makes optical art.
The Christmas Agamographs I have made for you, give you two pictures in one. Students color the two pictures, cut the strips out and glue them to a fan folded background. Once the finished agamograph is sharply creased and stood on the table, students may look at it from different angles to see the 2 pictures.
I’ve given you directions with pictures but also suggest that you go on-line to find out more about this neat art project. You’ll find videos giving more (and some slightly different) directions and some sites even have free printables.
You will find 2 Agamographs. One has a Santa and an ornament, The other has a present and a candy cane. The directions are shown for only one. Each Agamograph has a colored version for teacher use when modeling.
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