A Campus d’Art Milestone in Second Life

Campus d’Art  (moderate)
Things move quickly in the virtual world and time is exaggerated or accelerated so that what would be a relatively short period in the physical seems endless in the metaverse.  I dropped in on a 4 year anniversary party for a couple last week and, in our world of immediate commitments and almost as instantaneous “divorces”, they’ve been together forever!
Imagine then what it must mean to be celebrating the continued existence of an art sim 5 years after it first opened!  Campus d’Art is owned and curated by Cecilia Delacroix  and includes somewhere around 20 galleries. “(W)orks by nearly 180 SL/RL artists are now displayed in a campus setting along with exhibits of 20th Century contemporary art; nearly 900 works in all.”

Campus d’Art  (moderate)
I love this area not only because I can see pieces by SL artists such as Em Larsson and Sledge Roffo but also view and educate myself about real world topics such as Art Nouveau. You can literally spend hours exploring and enjoying and learning on this campus.
Cecilia hasn’t had a party here since the day she opened 5 years ago this month.  This will change tomorrow, November 5th from 2 – 4pm SLT.  “There’ll be drinks and food (no escargot this time!); right next door will be the recently opened exhibit “Contemporary Glass Art”.  Nearby are 26 additional art exhibits including a kinetic sculpture plaza, a coffeehouse with chess board, a wine bar, a park, aerial gondola ride, hang gliding and — hopefully lots of artists whose works (she) fell in love with these last 5 years.  There’ll be music and free gifts, too.”

Celebrating success is always a good idea and celebrating an endeavour which has survived for such an extended period of time seems like a must.  So go party and enjoy and congratulate her and the artists because this is a “good thing”.  :)

Campus d’Art  (moderate)
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