ATG Entertainment Weekly – Week 11

ATG Entertainment Weekly – Week 11

Our Top Stories..

– Thus Yootz at the Third Eye Gallery
– Burnal Equinoz at BURN2
– Miss SL 2023 third runway challenge

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This is ATG Entertainment Weekly.

I am Lilly Anne Smith.
I am Zack Haiku.
I am Katheryn Llewellyn.

Our Top Stories..

– Thus Yootz at the Third Eye Gallery
– Burnal Equinoz at BURN2
– Miss SL 2023 third runway challenge

Welcome to ATG Entertainment Weekly.
Second Life entertainment is still strong on this 11th week of 2023.

The Third Eye Gallery is currently showcasing the works of Thus Yootz, a Greek artist with a passion for various forms of creative expression.
The exhibit, curated by Jaz, features a selection of pieces that offer a glimpse into Thus Yootz’s artistic range.
With over 12 years of experience in Second Life, Thus Yootz has explored different mediums, including drawing, painting, etching, sculpture, and photography, in addition to creating regions, planning weddings, and serving as a curator.

The pieces on display at the Third Eye Gallery are a reflection of Thus Yootz’s artistic journey.
From landscape and abstract works to pieces that pay homage to the artist’s mentors, there is a rich diversity that visitors can enjoy.
Each work is an invitation to reflect on themes related to life and living, as Thus Yootz presents her explorations of these subjects in a way that is both enigmatic and revealing.
The absence of liner notes allows for personal interpretation, giving viewers the freedom to connect with the art on their own terms.

Overall, the exhibit is a testament to Thus Yootz’s versatility and artistic talent, showcasing the breadth of her creative vision.
It is an opportunity for visitors to engage with a collection of works that are both thought-provoking and visually stunning, and to appreciate the artistic journey of an artist who has dedicated her life to the pursuit of creative expression.

Burning Man fans, mark your calendars!
Burnal Equinox is coming up soon at BURN2.
The event will run from March 24-26, 2023, and the theme is “One World=One Burn,” which celebrates inclusiveness and bringing people together under the banner of peace, love, and burns.

At Burnal Equinox, participants can enjoy a range of activities, including art displays, musical performances, and volunteer opportunities.
Those who love creating art in a 3D space can apply for a free build plot, while performers can sign up to play on the custom-built Main and BOB stages.
Even if you’re new to Second Life, there are plenty of ways to get involved, including attending planning meetings, watching instructional videos, and meeting up with friendly avatars.

Overall, Burnal Equinox promises to be an exciting and inclusive event that celebrates diversity and harmony.
Whether you’re a seasoned Burning Man enthusiast or a newcomer to the scene, there’s something for everyone at BURN2.

The MISS SL 2023 competition is now in its third runway challenge, which will explore female fashion icons from the past century.
This challenge will delve beyond just the clothing and consider everything from their makeup to attitude towards fashion.
Female fashion icons have influenced the fashion industry and inspired fashion enthusiasts for generations.
From Audrey Hepburn’s timeless elegance to Madonna’s bold and daring style, these women have left an indelible mark on fashion.
By studying their unique styles and approaches, contestants will gain valuable lessons on what it means to be a true fashion icon.

It’s worth noting that this runway challenge is the first photo challenge of the competition.
The organizers hope that by exploring the lives of these iconic women, contestants will be inspired to explore their own unique style and push the boundaries of what’s considered fashionable.
The MISS SL 2023 competition is a chance for contestants to showcase their skills and creativity while celebrating the legacy of female fashion icons.

Join Grid Drive this Saturday for their weekly group drive, with two start times at 11:30 AM and midnight.
The Navigation Hud at the Get The Freight Out hub in Brussac Bay will direct interested drivers to the starting point.
The Canary Project proudly supports the drive, monitoring the regions of Nautilus, Corsica, and Blake Sea for any issues.
Participants have a chance to win a custom-made sailboat, adding to the excitement of the event.

The Second Life Cheerleader Squad is organizing a public practice session on Thursday at 6 PM at the Srooc Skytower Stadium in Cheertopia.
All are welcome to attend this event, regardless of their background or experience.
Don’t miss this opportunity to see the cheerleaders in action and support their efforts to spread joy and positivity in the Second Life community.

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