Harry Potter fans can now treat themselves to a stunning print or poster thanks to the new Pottermore Art Collection, which features work from artists including Olly Moss.
The collection, which is available to buy now from the Pottermore Shop, has more than 40 pieces that are both beautiful and affordable, including cover art, creature illustrations, portraits and more.
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There’s little doubt that America is becoming more diverse. Perhaps nowhere is that more evident than in the nation’s public schools. But differences can
Source: Sarasota Schools Teach Tolerance Through Art | WUSF News
One Palestinian female artist’s battle with cancer in Gaza.
Source: Using art to heal: Battling cancer in Gaza | Palestine | Al Jazeera
The Columbus Museum and the Chattahoochee Valley Regional Office of the Alzheimer’s Association have combined forces to benefit patients with Alzheimer’s disease and early stages of dementia.
Source: Access for the Arts brings art therapy to Columbus Alzheimer’s patients | Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
New York-based “Hoodies for the Homeless” hosts fundraiser with performances from PushMethod and Pro Era’s Nyck Caution and Kirk Knight.
Source: ‘Hoodies For the Homeless’ Unite Visual Art & Hip-Hop with PushMethod & Pro Era at NYC Fundraiser | Billboard
Professor Michael Salmond, from Florida Gulf Coast University, is making art in an unexpected place: video games. Salmond works in electronic arts and interactive design. His recent research takes the form of the game “The Diaries of Professor Ansell: Deceased.” The game is based on H.P. Lovecraft’s short story “The Call of Cthulhu,” and is …
Source: Michael Salmond explores new media through video game art
Carrier and Company Interiors says it’s a design do—as long as you follow their advice
Source: What Not to Do When Displaying Art in Your Bath Photos | Architectural Digest
Some therapists were thrilled that the second lady supports their field. Others worry that her husband’s politics hurt the very people they treat.
Source: Karen Pence Picks a Cause, and Art Therapists Feel Angst – The New York Times
Vancouver-based Big Bad Boo Studios is extending its partnership with UNICEF in order to reach more refugee children, in more countries, with additional content.
Source: Big Bad Boo Expands UNICEF Partnership | Animation Magazine