an abuse with no name yet

•August 15, 2009 • Leave a Comment


an abuse with no name yet, originally uploaded by Gore Suntzu.

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“Hope Photography Contest”

•June 7, 2009 • Leave a Comment


"Hope Photography Contest", originally uploaded by Gore Suntzu.

“Hope Photography Contest”

SL RFL team, Pink Panthurs

invites you to participate in a photography contest
benefitting the 2009
American Cancer Society Second Life- Relay for Life.

Entries will be accepted & displayed beginning Saturday, June 6th through Saturday June 20th at Moonspell Art Studio.
http://slurl.com/secondlife/Oakworm/221/13/42

Artists reception and awards ceremony will be Sunday, June 21th at 4pm SLT. All entries will be sold by silent auction.

Prizes:
One month shop rental, 50 prims, at Skybeam Estates, courtesy of Charlene Trudeau.
A month-long exhibit of your art at Moonspell Art Studio.
L’s!
& more to come!

Categories are:
1- Color
2- Black and White
3- Unedited (Snapshot)

***Photo must be taken in-world.***

***All entries must include the word “Hope” creatively somewhere in the picture or in the title and reflect the theme, “One World, One Hope, Relay For Life”

All entries should be “PG rated”.

Anyone may enter with a suggested minimum 100L donation per picture. If you want a notecard giver with your entry, send with your entry.

***All Entries must be (full rights), attached to a notecard with your name, category, title and drop in the entry box located at Moonspell Studio next to the RFL kiosk. 􀀉
http://slurl.com/secondlife/Oakworm/228/19/41

Or at Pink Panthurs RFL shop at Skybeam
http://slurl.com/secondlife/SkyBeam%20Muse/217/79/29/
􀀈
Judges will determine a 1st & 2nd & 3rd place winner for the best images with a clear interpretation of Hope for a cure for cancer three from each category.

A souvenier album of all the entries will be available 🙂

One World, One Hope, Relay For Life

RFL 09 – Professor Antfamroffski’s World Renowned FLEA CIRCUS

•May 25, 2009 • Leave a Comment

**** The Show Must Go On! ****

***Presents***
As performed upon the crowned heads of Europe –

Professor Antfamroffski’s World Renowned

FLEA CIRCUS

Thrilling acts!
Daring FEATS!
Laugh in the FACE of DEATH!

Also featuring
The Comedy Duo “Doctor” Lucy Tornaod
and
Her patient Karuna Sands!

Appearing Two nights only –
3oth of May, 2oo9  – 2 and 2:50 PM
27th of June, 2009 – 2 and 2:50 PM

Limited tickets available – contact Ellibob Bean for purchasing information.

Miss it, and you will miss an opportunity!

Will your Work day – 18 May

•May 17, 2009 • 1 Comment


Will your Work day – 18 May, originally uploaded by Gore Suntzu.

Written by Bettina TIzzy

Dear fellow photographers of Second Life:

About two weeks ago, virtual artist Vanfarel Kupfer died. Had he not left copies of most of his work (no trans, no mod) with his virtual girl friend, Native Aeon, his only legacy would be what is currently rezzed today.

Avatars in Second Life devote thousands of hours to creating content, and all that work is LOST when they die. Yes, even if they backed up that work by giving it to an alt. Even if they gave their account password to someone. When you die and unless you have taken appropriate measures, no one, not even Linden Lab, can legally access your work. It is simply lost forever.

I have been in communication with Linden Lab regarding the correct procedure for “willing” one’s artwork – or for that matter, any assets – in SL. Legally, the correct and ONLY procedure boils down to this: support.secondlife.com/ics/support/default.as p?deptID=441…

In a nutshell, I propose that we establish one day a year, May 18, to encouraging content creators to “Will your Work.”

The goal would be to celebrate Van’s art while at the same time encouraging people to either give copies of their work to one or more avatars (not their alts) whom they trust, or add them to their Real Life will.

Also on May 18 and for one week, and working with his beloved Native Aeon, Vanfarel Kupfer’s work will be exhibited at four locations: his former home sim, EnLuminaria, the Crescent Moon Gallery, the Blackwater Gallery, and Chakryn Forest. Understandably, Native is still very much in mourning over her loss, and when I asked her how I could help, she stated that her greatest wish is that Vanfarel’s work become known throughout the grid. So be it.

I am asking all my fellow bloggers, photographers, community leaders and more to join me in writing about and promoting May 18th – on Monday, May 18th – as Will your Work day, to generate awareness of this important objective. If you speak more than one language, please help us to get this message out to your fellow residents in their native language. Won’t you please help?

Feel free to create your own artwork. Help us to get the word out with your powerful images.

Here’s to enduring great virtual content!
Bettina

Don’t miss next Arthole Radio Show the 29th April!

•April 22, 2009 • 1 Comment

Arthole Radio returns this month with an exciting line-up of music, chat and very special guests.

Tune in from 1pm Second Life time
(1pm US- PDT / 9pm UK- BST / 4pm US-EDT)

Arahan Claveau has asked a number of Second Life artists to select a favourite piece of music, the artists themselves will introduce each track and talk about what inspired their choices. Guests include AM Radio, Adam Ramona, AngryBeth Shortbread, DanCoyote Antonelli, Dekka Raymaker, Dizzy Banjo, Douglas Story, Eshi Otawara, Gore Suntzu ( yay it’s me!), Klink Epsilon, Misprint Thursday, Nebulosus Severine, Oberon Onmura, Penumbra Carter, Sabine Stonebender, Selavy Oh, Tanith Catteneo, Tuna Oddfellow and Juria Yoshikawa.

Nebulosus Severine will discuss some of her recent art findings both on the web and in Second Life, interspersed with a selection of her current favorite tunes.

Amy Freelunch‘s show will feature a conversation with Jeff Edwards discussing his graduate thesis for the Masters in Art Criticism & Writing program at the School of Visual Arts. There will also be a short lecture given on German artist Gerhard Richter‘s Baader-Meinhof series of paintings, delivered by a robot.

To listen to the live broadcast copy and paste this link into your media player: http://slan13.ipr365.com:10320
(e.g. in Windows Media Player press CTRL+U or in iTunes CMD+U)

ARTHOLE BLOG HERE

Headbang For Relay For Life 17 April 5 pm slt

•April 14, 2009 • Leave a Comment

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Pink Panthurs Team

HEADBANG FOR RELAY FOR LIFE

http://slurl.com/secondlife/Oakworm/251/16/2995/

17 APRIL – 5slt

Not only “The Postman always ring twice” but also the headbanger! We did it last year we are doin it this year too!

Why?

Because we all love prom parties and fashion events and auctions and everything possible! is all for a good cause: raise money for RFL!

BUT

what about a uhm 2 hrs of pure simple senseless headbangin?

what about….. put your leather pants your fav band tshirt and play airguitar for a couple of hrs?

what about make your neighbours knock at your door screamin: “shut that damn music!” ?

and what about,after all this, fill of lindens RFL donation kiosks??

Sound a good plan huh? (and the crowd yell ohhh yesssss)

And easy to do too

do it!

do it!

New Exibition by Elliebob Bean : Carolina Walkabout

•April 14, 2009 • Leave a Comment

“Home is the place where it feels right to walk around without shoes” Robert Frost

Welcome to my “walkabout”, or wanderings of some of my hometown areas of North Carolina. In this exhibition I would like for you to see a glimpse of the musical talent, some historical icons, restorations, & a local vineyard. I hope you enjoy the murals, local scenery, hometown traditions & my adventures into Photoshop creativity. Each print has a weblink so you can see more insight into the subject, when available. I have set only 3 originals for sale and one copy, however, if there is one you would really like to have, please let me know and I’m sure we can arrange it. Thank you for coming to see my photography 🙂
Tips &/or RFL donations appreciated!

Elliebob Bean
April 2009
Opening April 17th 4pm SLT. followed by Headbang for RFL at 5pm SLT.

http://slurl.com/secondlife/Oakworm/227/14/41/