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Will we meet far away? (or sims as art works)

ATTENTION: UPDATE on the party at the end of the text.

The invitation, open to the whole Second Life community, to a celebration called Radio Days, on Saturday, November 21, at… 848 more words

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Immersive video art meets the virtual world

Mediamorphosis is a multisensory and interactive art installation by Djehuti-Anpu (display name), or Thoth Jantzen (user name), that has been in Second Life since 2013 and which, two years later, keeps being impressive for its spectacle of lights and music and for its immersive strength. 1,396 more words

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Last chance to see 'Visions of Hope'

This is just a quick reminder: the exhibition Visions of Hope: silent auction in benefit of RFL of SL closes today, May 31, with two events at the… 290 more words

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Acquire the works of great artists and help fighting cancer

During my Second Life existence, I’ve got involved with a few projects – some more useful than others, I have to confess. Among them, one that has touched me more deeply is the current activity I’m dedicated to: a photo exhibition and auction in benefit of Relay For Life of SL. 648 more words

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Art by MelanieBianca Lyric

For our two month adoptoversary one of my daughters, MelanieBianca Lyric made this lovely photo to commemorate our time together as a little family. The picture blew me away and I was so touched as I’ve never had anything so unique and thoughtful. 56 more words

A Paradise Happier Far: "Paradise Lost in Second Life" (Review)

Last Saturday, I was privileged to be invited to attend a preview performance of the Basilique Performing Arts Company‘s new dramatic adaptation of John Milton’s epic poem,  1,827 more words

Striving with Paradise: A Look Ahead to "Paradise Lost in Second Life"

 While it is undoubtedly true that there have been other poets in the language who are more revered or who have a higher profile in popular culture – Shakespeare, of course, is the obvious example – it is likely also true that there is no one single work of literature that is more “important” or has been more influential than John Milton’s epic poem… 1,037 more words