The Rock Your Rack Charity Art Show is now open! There are over 30 artists participating and over 70 pieces of art for sale, which benefit the charity (The National Breast Cancer Foundation). The show officially kicks off at 4pm slt today with the Pink Art Ball, featuring live performer Sarah Marie Philly! For a … Continue reading Rock Your Rack Charity Art Show is Now Open!
Today is day #4 of the Black and White Exhibition! Over 40 2D and 3D combined artists have created a variety of black and white art work! Today at 4pm slt we have live performer Dimivan Ludwig for a special 1 hour performance! Dresscode is casual! slurl: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Water%20Haven/137/140/23 Complete listing of artists and performers: https://kultivatemagazine.com/black-white-exhibition/ SHARE THIS: Continue reading Day #4 @ the Black & White Exhibition!
Join us on Saturday, July 29, 2017 for the formal opening of Windlight Art Gallery’s July & August Exhibition! The event will be from 1 pm to 2pm slt and will feature live performer Dimivan Ludwig and the following artists: Xilion Iceberg Ghosty Kips Blip Mumfuzz Coltonvond Resident CalystiaMoonShadow Sabine Mortenwold Booyakashaka Resident Kapaan angyel … Continue reading Windlight Art Gallery’s July & August Exhibition Opening Event!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE JUNE 28, 2017 KULTIVATE PRESENTS HOMES FOR OUR TROOPS ART AUCTION & FUNDRAISER DATES: JULY 1 TO 4, 2017 WEBSITE: https://kultivatemagazine.com/homes-for-our-troops-art-auction-fundraiser/ SLURL: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Water%20Haven/144/138/22 Kultivate Magazine (Kultivate) will hold a fundraiser in support of Homes For Our Troops. This event will feature live performers, dj parties, a special flag hunt, and an art … Continue reading Kultivate’s Homes For Our Troops Art Auction & Fundraiser Press Release!
BURN2 Conception: “Take a Look Inside” July 14-16, 2017 The Beginning of “The Welcome” to a Visitor How do we convey the need to be a Community? An Invitation, we invite someone inside. We invite the visitor into our home and make them feel welcome. Offer them Comfort, Laughter, and Sincerity. The community grows as … Continue reading BURN 2 Conception 2017!
Now open at Nitroglobus Roof Gallery, curated by Dido Haas, is Black and White Women, and exhibition of photography by Christower Dae.“Chris likes to explore, experiment, is curious and loves making pictures. Photography for Chris is immortalizing avatars in ambiguous attitudes,” Dido states in the liner notes for the exhibition. “His dedication to the avatar … Continue reading Black and White Women in Second Life | Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World
Raglan Shire, Second Life’s Tiny community once again throws open its doors to people from across the grid as participating artists and visitors to the Annual Raglan Shire Artwalk. This year marks the 12th Artwalk, and forms part of Raglan Shire’s tenth anniversary celebrations. The event offers an opportunity not just to appreciate a huge … Continue reading Artwalks and Tinies in Second Life | Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World
Now open at DixMix Gallery are two new exhibitions which, although not in any way intentionally paired, offer studies in the two most popular forms of Second Life photography: landscapes and avatar studies. Between them, they feature the work of Lam Erin and Tintin Tuxing.For Colours of the Summer, Lam Erin presents ten images of … Continue reading Summer’s colours and sensual moods in Second Life | Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World
This issue will feature artist, fashion model, and the Best in Show winner at the Kultivate Spring 17 Art Show, Sabine Mortenwold. Artist Kody Meyers is also featured, along with The Key’s Live Music Venue owner Liz Harley. Contributor Veruca Tammas discusses copyright and creative commons, Sandi Benelli has a photo essay on trees, Inara … Continue reading Kultivate Magazine-May 2017 Issue is Now Available!
Now open at Club LA and Gallery, curated by Fuyuko ‘冬子’ Amano (Wintergeist) is The Way I Feel a selection of images from the portfolio of MisaKaory. I’m actually getting to this review a little late, as the invitation got buried in my inventory, and so offer apologies to Misa and Fuyuko; but I do recommend a visit before it draws to a close.
“Photography gives me a lot of emotions,” Misa says of her work. “Sometimes it is too exhausting, when you can not sleep at night because you keep thinking of some idea for a photo. It seems the idea came and you get it all together and press the shutter, but you are still dissatisfied. So you keep looking through the viewfinder to find the right angle, lighting, waiting for the moment… And then suddenly, here it is! Often it is a completely random person that you have caught in the frame, a bird or a gust of wind. The feeling that you get after taking the photo you like is just wonderful! The world that we see is infinite, but we remember only some moments that have given us a strong impression.”
Nautical Smile is a special event being held at Holly Kai Park in aid of Feed A Smile / Live and Learn Kenya. The event marks the first major fund-raiser to be held for Feed A Smile at Holly Kai Park, which was adopted as the park’s new charity in February 2017. Organised and hosted … Continue reading Support Feed A Smile at Nautical Smile in Second Life | Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World
The 2017 Virtual Worlds Best Practice in Education (VWBPE) conference will be taking place between Wednesday, March 29th and Saturday April 1st, 2017 inclusive. A grass-roots community event focusing on education in immersive virtual environments, VWBPE attracts 2200-3500 educational professionals from around the world each year.
A press day for the event was held on Sunday, March 19th, but due to physical world things, I ended up unable to attend. Therefore, this little sneak peek at things is coming a little late – although you can have a little explore around the conference regions yourself, as they are now open through until Sunday, March 26th.
In February 2017 I wrote about The Photo Game, an intimate exhibition of art hosted at Boudicca Amat’s An Uncertain Destiny (which you can read about here). It formed the in-world continuation of an idea Boudicca and fellow artist Ricco Saenz started on Flickr in the latter part of 2016, where they would each choose … Continue reading The Photo Game in Second Life: Proph and a Pey | Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World
Art is… Rhythm is a collaborative arts installation now open in Second Life. Led by Dunt Gant, it involves Daco Monday, Kicca Igaly, Nessuno Myoo and Paola Mills, with a concert series presented by Ahnue Heartlight.“
Rhythm is a progressive succession in the order of things,” Dunt says. “In this installation, rhythm works as a subtle link between poetry (Daco Monday), dance (Kicca Igaly), and music (Nessuno Myoo), as shown by the three artists as 3D constructions. Paola Mills presents her vision of these three art forms by completing the 3D installation with her 2D photographs. As for myself, I tried to accompany these works with my presentation: a large 3D charcoal drawing, white and black, light and shadows.”
We’re moving ahead with Filling the Cauldron, the event to support Elicio Ember and his family. Already the Design a Garden contest is filled and designers are hard at work. We’re also receiving applications from DJ, entertainers, artists and volunteers na dahre still looking for more! Work is continuing in preparing Holly Kai Park – … Continue reading Filling the Cauldron: Cerridwen’s Corner | Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World
Join us at 2pm SLT today, Monday 6th March, for the new episode of Designing Worlds at our studio in Garden of Dreams, when we’ll be returning to a very special event that happened last month – the 14th February One Biillion Rising in Second Life.We will be exploring the making of the OBR video. … Continue reading Designing Worlds visits One Billion Rising in Second Life | One Billion Rising in Second Life
The latest exhibition at Dathúil Gallery, curated and operated by Max Butoh and Lυcy (LucyDiam0nd), opened on March 4th, 2017. Entitled Private Sphere, it features the work of Prairie Kawashima, and encompasses adult themes, and so should be considered NSFW.“ For almost a decade, Second Life has been my refuge – a place of boredom, … Continue reading Dathúil: an adult Private Sphere in Second Life | Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World
Under the Sea, Cica Ghost’s latest region-wide installation in Second Life opened on Friday, March 3rd. It is in some ways a follow-on from her previous Frogs, in that it has a decidedly aquatic lean.“There is a strange world under the sea,” Cica informs visitors, who arrive on a wooden platform, open on three sides and … Continue reading Cica’s Under the Sea in Second Life | Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World
Hidden Faces, now open at Nitroglobus Roof Gallery curated by Dido Haas, is an exhibition of photography by Monique Beebe. While no stranger to Second Life – she has been involved in the platform for the last decade – Hidden Faces marks the first public exhibition of her photography.
Now open through until Saturday, March 4th, 2017 is the MadPea International Food Fair, in aid of Live and Learn Kenya (LLK) / Feed a Smile. Featuring shopping, music via live performances and DJ and an art exhibition, the Food Fair has a very worthwhile cause in mind: to raise L$9,879,000 (US $37,000) to fund … Continue reading The MadPea International Food Fair in Second Life | Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World
Thus reads the invitation to The Photo Game, an intimate little display of art being hosted at Boudicca Amat’s An Uncertain Destiny (which you can read about here). And when I say intimate – I mean just that: a total of 6 images are offered, three by Boudicca, and three by Ricco. As the invitation … Continue reading The Photo Game in Second Life | Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World