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Just as the words on the pages of each “Harry Potter” book enchant millions around the world, so too does illustrator Jim Kay’s art.
In this week’s Events Roundup, you’ll find a diverse roster of “Harry Potter” events. Whether you like painting, cosplay, escape rooms, or high tea, there might be an event for you!
Jim Kay’s striking depictions and hidden treasures deserve recognition. It’s time to dissect the details in “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban”.
MuggleNet sat down with the video and projection designer of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – Parts One and Two” to find out more about the digital magic created onstage at all three “Cursed Child” theaters.
Jim Kay breathes new life into the story, hiding fascinating references and jokes in the details.
A portrait of Harry Potter is being created out of jelly beans on the New York Comic Con show floor.
Warner Bros. has opened an art activation campaign to all artists and creators. Your “Fantastic Beasts” artwork could be used in the promotion campaign for “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald”!
For a limited time only, get your Pottermore Art Collection prints at a pop-up shop in London!