On Thursday, 28 November, the members of the Maths Club attended a session on mathematics seen in a different perspective – mathematics relating to art. The students studied art work of the most influential figure of optical art, Victor Vasarely, who drew lots of different designs with optical illusions. These were predominantly 2D images made to look 3D. The students tried to make similar designs and draw curves of pursuit and Cardioids. The session aimed at reinforcing important mathematical skills such as accurate measuring and constructing, visual problem solving, and strategic forward planning.