If you haven’t already you should check out the festivities for InWorldz’ 8th birthday. That means daily live events, exhibitions, and a whole lot of fun.
To get started on your IW8 tour, go here http://places.inworldz.com/InWorldz%20Events%20Scenic%2021/130/129/21 to find out about current events and places of interest.
If you’re a bit of a hippie you’re in for a real treat: from April 6 through April 8, the tinies will host a “WeeWoodStock” festival. If you don’t have a tiny or dinkie avatar and you want to party like it’s 1969 you might consider getting one just for the event.
Here’s your VW-bus to Wee Woodstock: http://places.inworldz.com/InWorldz%20Events%20A/118/117/22
I’m always drawn towards art and there are plenty of artists exhibiting their work at the InWorldz’ birthday bash.
above: art by Lily Lightcloud
Rig Torok is exhibiting some of his amazing photos. You should also check out his blog here for beautiful photos from the birthday celebrations and events: http://rigsphotos.blogspot.ca/
above: photo exhibit by rig torok
Ilianor Illios shows a piece called “Our Real Life in InWorldz”. I didn’t take pictures of it because it’s best experienced in person – it’s pretty awesome! http://places.inworldz.com/InWorldz%20Events%20Scenic%2024/251/141/22
One of my absolute favourite artists, quadrapop tree, exhibits some of her work, as well. I have never seen a work of hers that I didn’t either like a lot or outright loved.
Another amazing artist is Thoth Jantzen who also exhibits at the birthday regions:
Vertigo Cube by Thoth Jantzen. Thoth’s exhibit is amazing!
This post is just a tiny glimpse of all the lovely exhibits and places to discover and of course all the live events to attend.
I have one complaint, though. Two of the regions left me a little confused. The regions exhibiting individual art works appeared to be completely empty. I maxed out my draw distance, relogged, cleared my cache, all to make sure I wasn’t missing anything but nope – the region appeared to be lacking any kind of landscaping, decor, or structure. I understand that this may have been an attempt to avoid distracting from the art but an overall structure to the region would help to highlight the lovely works of art that are on display there.
Nevertheless, you should absolutely not miss out on visiting. All exhibits will be up until the end of the month.
See you at Wee Woodstock ;D