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[6 Oct 2014 | 0 Comments]
conference schedule   Date/ Time: October 18, 2014 (Saturday)/8:00 am PDT to 4:30 pm PDT (To convert the time: seehttp://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html) Virtual Venue: Second Life http://goo.gl/vQzTud  Online Venue: Google Hangout on Air: http://goo.gl/MLqrEl Physical Venue: UBC... [More]

All Articles, Announcement, Call for Paper »

[21 Jan 2010 | 0 Comments]

Call for Papers: 2nd UNESCO World Conference on Arts Education, 25-28 May, 2010, Seoul, Republic of Korea Deadline for submissions:  February 15, 2010 A call for paper proposals for the 2nd UNESCO World Conference on Arts Education has been posted on the conference website. http:... [More]

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[17 Jan 2010 | 0 Comments]

~~~~~~ SL Art Educator Series ~~~~~ #1 January 22  (Friday) @ 8pm CST Mary Stokrocki & Sandra Andrews will present "Empowering the Disenfranchised Through Art: Explorations in Building Sites and Futures in Second Life".   #2 February 19 (Friday) @ 8pm CST Karen Keifer-Boyd ... [More]

All Articles, Second Life Building »

[14 Jan 2010 | 1 Comments]

The longer I stay in Second Life, the fewer satisfaction I got from building in Second Life with those default prims.  Default prims can easily modify, cut, rotate; however, the quality of those prims are just not looking so cool. (That’s why sometimes I really want to buy something even ... [More]

All Articles, Meeting Minutes »

[11 Jan 2010 | 0 Comments]

Thanks for Dr. SageStage Minotaur helped us to organize this meeting minutes! :)   Member present: Liliann Ling, Marylou Goldrosen, SageStage Minotaur, Rain Winkler, Marvel Recreant, Lilly Bieler, Delcruz Zane, and Kristy Handrick,   Announcement:: InAEA affiliation is in progres... [More]

All Articles, Announcement, Collaborate Project »

[6 Jan 2010 | 0 Comments]

Dear all, There is an art teacher in Madison, Mississippi would like to do the Artist Trading Cards with Asian high school students. For more information, please see the detail below:  My students are creating Artist Trading Cards, which are 2.5" x 3.5" (6.35 cm x 8.89 cm) cards that they h... [More]

All Articles, Visual Culture »

[2 Jan 2010 | 0 Comments]

  Before I start, I want to declare that this is not a brand or a product commercial.   When I first saw this video, I was shocked. There are too many processes that a woman need to go through in order to be shown on a billboard. Make up, air brushes, even change the size of eyes and ... [More]