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Hannington Endowment for the Arts

Hannington Endowment for the Arts

The Hannington Endowment for the Arts (HEA) is a community-fostered arts center and group that has been founded to unify the Arts and Artists in Second Life, by providing a central info location to find all participating art related events and locations.

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 INFERNO by Noke Yuitza

INFERNO by Noke Yuitza

Noke Yuitza's work fragments stories of his characters, creating elements that allow the construction of these narratives. INFERNO is the story of Evie, another version of The Dreamer, unfolding on her darkest moment. Often approaching dreams as his main subject, Noke brings up nightmares on this chapter of the tale, where Scatha, Evie on her dragon form, presents itself as the main element, and open eyes follow the visitor on a surreal set up suspended in the sky.

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NESTOGRO by Vincent Priesley

NESTOGRO by Vincent Priesley

Debuting his first public art installation in Second Life, NESTOGRO - Never Stop Growing and Show Us How Beautiful You Are, Vincent Priesley invites the visitor to stay and feel at home. NESTOGRO presents itself in the form of a surreal garden. Organic shapes mixed with synthetic materials brings alive Vincent's vision of love and growth. Flowers, clouds, worms and other entities occupy the atmosphere. Combining his passion for furniture, Vincent’s creations allow the visitor to sit and interact with the environment, making them an active part of the installation.

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PILES OF STUFF by Rachel Breaker

PILES OF STUFF by Rachel Breaker

Depression, Hoarding, Nostalgia, Escapism by Rachel Breaker is a technical exercise in making 3D environments. With this work, Rachel practices several techniques such as creating procedural struts, terrains with curves and voxels, and adding support armature procedurally. She also sought to replicate the inconsistencies found in prefabricated products. Piles of Stuff has wide-ranging influences such as the Russian film 'The Adventures of Buratino' by director Leonid Nechayev, and children's playgrounds. In addition to these influences, Rachel found inspiration in the art and architecture of the fast food industry. Visual elements such as brick, wood, and basketweave textures can be seen commonly throughout the work.

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The Looking Glass at Horizon Dream

The Looking Glass at Horizon Dream

The Looking Glass is the joint creation of Marcus Inkpen and Sharni Azalee. Beautiful art and designs populate this photogenic island, which aims to host and support the arts in Second Life through live music, particle shows and poetry readings.

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WBH Inspiration Music and Art Park

WBH Inspiration Music and Art Park

Have you ever wanted to conduct or compose music? You can do it solo or with others at this new addition to Inspiration Island. Five gardens are filled with colorful instruments and poetic sculptures. This unique interactive area is the brainchild of a music inventor and a visual artist. Gala opening of Inspiration Music and Art Park will be on Sunday, January 26th from 10am to 11am SLT. Vist and meet the Creators!

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Seanchai Library

Seanchai Library

Welcome to Seanchai Library at Holly Kai Park! Seanchai ("Storyteller" in Irish) Library celebrates the Celtic tradition of stories told around the hearth or in the pub to friends, family, and welcomed strangers. Seanchai Libraries bring stories of all kinds to life, in Virtual Worlds: Second Life and Kitely on the Open Metaverse. For more details, visit seanchailibrary.com

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Tart Gallery

Tart Gallery

Pop Art, painting and photography gallery featuring the work of ByrneDarkly Cazalet and guest RL and SL Artists.

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Alpha Tribe

Alpha Tribe

A region of several sky levels as well as a ground level. The ground level has different areas such as an amusement park, a gym, an alchemist's work area, and a crazy cat lady parlor. So, it is a place where avatars can relax and play. The 3 sky levels are region wide architectures that are also artistic installations which will hopefully provide good backgrounds for the photographic work of visitors.

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Preiddeu Annwn

Preiddeu Annwn

What better place to stage an Otherworld than in this Otherworld? A visual representation of a medieval Welsh poem from The Book of Taliesin, early fourteenth-century. This very cool, partially underwater art installation makes generous use of shadow and light.

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