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"Hand" - part one

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When the visitor begins the story of Hand they appear on a Subway platform in the dark. Behind you stands a water damaged angel statue, and before you sits a cold and damp platform long abandoned.

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A Subway car sits over flooded tracks in a state of decay. On a bench sits Flutter, or as some call her Flit. The other kids call her this because she moves through the city quickly from place to place like an agile swallow in the sky or at other times she seemingly has no direction at all much like the erratic broken flying of a moth.
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2012 ART 3D CHALLENGE "Nel Blu dipinto di Blu - Volare"

2012 ART 3D CHALLENGE "Nel Blu dipinto di Blu - Volare" | Mundos Virtuales, Educacion Conectada y Aprendizaje de Lenguas | Scoop.it

ARTEDLAND and Project EDULAND

in collaboration with EGOISME and DAMIAXART

 

present

 

2012 ART 3D CHALLENGE

"Nel Blu dipinto di Blu - Volare"

Artists are invited to interpret with an original installation, the song "Nel Blu Dipinto di Blu - Volare" by Domenico Modugno / Franco Migliacci

PRIZES AWARDS

The prizes is 20,000 L $ to be assigned to the three artists who get the highest score given by a jury of experts from the worlds of art and culture, the prize money will be divided as follows:

- 1st place: 10000L$

- 2nd: 6500L$

- 3rd: 3500L$

 

REGISTRATION

- 7th November, 2012 by filling out the online form Blog ArtEdLand on page "Art3dLand Challenge 2012" - http://artedland.eu/?page_id=522

- Will be admitted 15 artists recorded (by the date of registration), the names will be published on 8th November 2012 on the blog of ArtEdLand and in Second Life inside ArtEdLand

 

CHARACTERISTICS OF INSTALLATION

- Original and never exposed

- Maximum size: (x, y, z) 5m x 5m x 5m

- Techniques / materials: free choice

- Script: allowed

- Max Prims: 100

 

DELIVERY WORK

- 16th December 16, 2012 - the work must be delivered to Myhns Mayo, owner of ArtEdLand.

PUBLIC EXPOSURE

- 17th December 17, 2012

 

AWARDS NIGHT

- 19th December 2012 - 01:00 PM SL TIME

 

EVALUATION CRITERIA AND SCORING

- Each juror has 50 points which gives installation in competition considering evidence relating to

following criteria:

- Attention to constructive details (1-10 points)

- Originality of the work (1-10 points)

- Formal balance (1-10 points)

- Color scheme (1-10 points)

- Relevance to the given topic (1-10 points)

 

MUTUAL COMMITMENT

- The artist agrees to give a copy of the installation to ArtEdLand (Project EduLand)

- ArtEdLand agrees to expose in its permanent collection the installations in the competition, the exhibition will aim exclusively educational and cultural-educational

- ArtEdLand do not resell and / or give to others the installations in competition

 

CONTACTS

- Myhns Mayo, ArtEdLand OW - Project Eduland

- Damiax Thor, ArtEdLand Director

Artedland's Blog - http://www.artedland.eu

http://slurl.com/secondlife/Myhns%20Land/55/91/24

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The University of Western Australia (UWA) in Second Life: Freedom Project Thank You Ceremony & Exhibition Launch - 23rd March

The University of Western Australia (UWA) in Second Life: Freedom Project Thank You Ceremony & Exhibition Launch - 23rd March | Mundos Virtuales, Educacion Conectada y Aprendizaje de Lenguas | Scoop.it
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LOCATION: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/UWA/40/107/248DATE: 23rd March, SundayTime: 5PM SLT The Freedom Project which had been receiving creations for the past many months, will see a THANK YOU Ceremony and Exhibition Launch at 5PM SLT Sunday, the 23rd of March.  The Freedom Project is a 2D/3D Art & Film Event organized jointly by the University of Western Australia, along with members of the Virtual Ability Group, and the Centre for ME/CFS and Other Invisible Illnesses Group in Second created an artwork or a film/machinima or in fact a personal story on the theme of ‘Freedom’, showing how virtual worlds have in some way helped them or those around them. 
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