Campbellsville Elementary School fourth-graders are making agamographs for Red Ribbon Week.
In Kaye Agathen’s class, students are learning that agamographs are a series of images that change at different angles.
Agamographs are named after Israeli sculptor Yaacov Agam, who is known for his optical and kinetic art.
To create their own agamographs, students were given a single worksheet that contains alternating blocks of two images. One is a red ribbon and the other is the message states “Proud to be Drug Free.”
When students finish coloring their worksheets, they will fold their papers to be able to see one image from one angle and the other from another angle.
CES fourth-graders, from left, Madisyn Bradfield, Breona Bridgewater and Bryson Groves color their agamographs.
CES fourth-grader Savannah Wethington folds and glues her agamograph.
CES fourth-grader Mary James colors her agamograph.
CES fourth-graders Amaya Anguiano, at left, and Zarek Stone color their agamographs.
CES fourth-grader Jaden Barbee colors her agamograph.
CES fourth-grader Trinity McFarland colors her agamograph.
CES fourth-graders Tayshaun Hickman, at left, and Devin Underwood color their agamographs.
CES fourth-graders J.J. Scharbrough, at left, and Jonathan Releford color and fold their agamographs.
CES fourth-grader Ethan Irwin colors his agamograph.
CES fourth-grader Brooklyn Boudreaux colors her agamograph.