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Dreamers & Co

Dreamers & Co

Dreamers & Co. is a friendly and mindful community in Second Life. Loving and appreciating art, culture, and music - they share and collaborate in harmony. Visit, follow the teleports, and join the adventure!

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The Paris Experience

The Paris Experience

Curei has created the wonderful spirit of Paris, with a charming little, very interactive island in the middle of the River Seine in Paris. It is an unusual creation that will surprise and delight you. The Grand Opening will be all day on Saturday, January 18th. Everyone is welcome, from the 18th and beyond. The teleport link will be on Curei's Floating Gallery. Come on over and have an amazing time!

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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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Shui Mo Gallery

Shui Mo Gallery

Explore the artwork of Resident FionaFei at the Shiu Mo Gallery. Shui Mo, meaning "ink" in Chinese, is a series of installations created in the style of Chinese ink brush painting, depicting a common theme or landscape seen in many traditional Chinese paintings.

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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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Arianne's Photo Gallery of PS-Home

Arianne's Photo Gallery of PS-Home

Playstation Home, which closed in 2015, was a service that was offered for free to PlayStation Network users. Explore this memorial photo pavilion dedicated to the memory of PS Home within Second Life.

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Curei's Floating Gallery

Curei's Floating Gallery

Flying high above the beautiful and educational Inspiration Island, Curei's Floating Gallery is a visual experience, unlike anything visitors have seen before. The gallery provides a variety of visual art that is an adventure for the eyes.

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Hand by Bryn Oh

Hand by Bryn Oh

Holding the hand of a mannequin, a young girl named Flutter returns home with something special in her suitcase. A new Immersive narrative by Bryn Oh.

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the GBTH project

the GBTH project

Situated in an urban environment, the GBTH project brings a unique approach to art in Second Life. The city becomes the base to showcase sculptures, illustrations, and interventions made by the Residents on the grid. Four pavilions are dedicated to individual proposals, giving the artist full creative control over their piece. Also, a recent addition is a gallery dedicated to photography that celebrates the multiple forms of expression inworld. For more info, please visit the website: www.thegbthproject.com

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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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