Club members learned how to make an agamograph. These are 3D art projects named after Yaakov Agam. Students drew two separate pictures and then cut them into strips. Next, the strips were glued onto a template, alternating the strips from each picture. Last step was to fold the template like an accordion. When you look at the picture straight on, it looks jumbled, but look at it from either side and you see one of the original pictures. Everyone was amazed at how it worked.