Prim Perfect is very proud to announce the launch of Metaverse Arts, a brand new show covering the art and artists of the virtual worlds, brought to you by treet.tv, Second Life's leading cable network, and Prim Perfect Productions, the people behind Designing Worlds, Prim Perfect magazine and the Prim Perfect blog.
Metaverse Arts will look in depth at the artists and arts in the Second Life® virtual world and across the Metaverse. In a world where entire works of art can be deleted in the blink of an eye, our goal is to become a means of archiving the rich artistic culture of the metaverse. Through recorded visits to galleries and installations across the virtual world, and also live at the Labyrinth Theater Stage in Avalon Town, the programme will run once a month through the summer.
The staff is considering the possibility of adding more episodes a month later this year.
The team behind the Metaverse Arts program includes Executive Producer, Saffia Widdershins, the Editor of Prim Perfect and The Primgraph magazines as well as Executive Producer and co-Host of the Designing Worlds programme on treet.tv. Producer and host Tricia Aferdita is the Manager and Events Director of Avalon Town/Avalon Art District, Director of Tricia Aferdita Gallery and has been actively involved in the Second Life arts community since 2006. Director Ethan Westland is Assistant Manager of Avalon Town/Avalon Arts District and Chairman of the Board of the Frank Lloyd Wright Virtual Museum. Studio Designer and Manager Alexx Fenstalker is a graphic and fine artist, designer and content creator.
The programme is scheduled to première Saturday July 10th at 2pm on treet.tv
Thirty tickets ONLY will be available for people wishing to attend this première in person. If you would like to attend, contact Metaversearts@gmail.com, heading your email: Ticket Request for the Launch of Metaverse Arts.
Event Listings will be posted during the show and advertising space is available. If you are interested in advertising or having your event featured during the program, contact Tricia Aferdita in world, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.