MOOLTO Arts group has been created to help showcase the talent of SL artists in all genres.
Latest Activity: Oct 18, 2011
MOOLTO Arts group has been created to help showcase the talent of SL artists in all genres. If you are a RL painter who sells their work in SL, a virtual artist or simply a patron of the arts in SL-this group will allow you to communicate with other lovers of the SL arts scene.
Got a gallery or exhibition opening soon and want to tell all MOOLTO members about it? Then please upload any information here. Don’t forget to add pictures, a SLurl and any artist biographies too!
You can also place your exhibitions and gallery openings in our EVENTS section too on the homepage to help reach a wide audience.
This group is also for discussion on any topics related to the SL arts scene, so feel free to start any chats here as well and to invite all your friends and fans of your work to this group.
To find out how MOOLTO.com Island in world can be booked at no charge for your art event or to use our gallery, please contact Maxes Loon.
We have also a new space to advertise your ARTS event on MORE - moolto.com online publication. For more details again contact Maxes Loon
Akamai Media Corp: Indian Curry Hangout & Akamai Art Gallery
MOOLTO ARTS presents: Akamai Art Gallery
Akamai Art Gallery Opens
The newly opened Akamai Art Gallery is a gallery that you shouldn’t miss. The concept behind Akamai is to provide a gallery setting, based on real life gallery displays, for artists who have not had the opportunity to display their artistic talents in another SecondLife gallery. The overwhelming response to this concept saw the gallery opening with building one in the beginning of September and adding building two in mid-September. Building two is fully decorated and artists are encouraged to send display requests are underway.
Akamai will feature artwork from SecondLife photography, real world photography, sculptures, glassware, pencil drawings, and other artistic endeavors that are possible in the art world. An exhibition that is currently be hosted at Akamai is called “Images of India” featuring real life photography by Decius Brutus.
Akamai Media Corp: Akamai Art Gallery Courtyard
How did the Akamai Art Gallery come about? The inspiration for the Akamai Art Gallery is one of the co-owners and artist himself, Derendra Darwin. It is through his artwork that Akamai came into being. The gallery ambience was designed and built by Derendra Darwin with décor designer, Diorina Maindan-Resident.
The entrance to the Akamai Art Gallery greets the visitor with an open aired veranda with stairs leading to the gallery buildings. The Indian Curry/Akamai beach is located at the bottom of the stairs of the veranda. Building one has a French décor and building two is more contemporary with the beauty of the sea add to the gallery design.
Akamai Media Corp: Akamai Art Gallery Building 1 & Building 2
Akamai Art Gallery represents a number of artists that includes:
Several of the Akamai artists have participated in or are award or contests winners.
As you can see Akamai Art Gallery is worth a visit while in SecondLife. There are many artists who sell their artwork at Akamai or you may contact the artists directly for commissioned photography. A note, Akamai does not participate in any fees a particular artist may place on their work or on any commission work. The gallery is a philanthropic endeavor to bring the talents of these individuals to you. The gallery does offer sponsorships (Bronze, Silver, and Platinum levels) that either an individual or business may participate.
Akamai Media Corp: Akamai Art Gallery Aerial View
Akamai Art Gallery is part of the family of businesses of the Akamai Media Corp.
Akamai Magazine Launches
To support the endeavors of the Akamai Art Gallery, Akamai Media Corp will launch its premier edition of the Akamai Magazine in October. The magazine will provide the SecondLife community with news about the arts, places in SecondLife, and most importantly about the people who make up the SecondLife experience. Businesses are invited to inquire about advertising with Akamai Magazine. The magazine also invites budding writers to discuss their desires to make a difference in providing articles to be published.
Indian Curry Expands
Part of the Akamai Media Corp family is the well-known Indian Curry. With the opening of the Akamai Art Gallery, Indian Curry expanded to its new location and is now bigger and better. Situated next door to the art gallery Indian Curry welcomes you to visit and listen to the Hollywood/Bollywood music genre. With an outdoor setting, Indian Curry also supports the arts with a free photographic booth that is available to all guests to use. Take a break and visit this fun place, the expanded Indian Curry Hangout.
Akamai Art Gallery, Indian Curry Hangout, & Akamai/Curry Beach
Article by Diorina Maindan-Resident & Photography by Derendra Darwin
Akamai Media Corp Contacts:
Akamai Art Gallery:
Indian Curry Hangout: http://slurl.com/secondlife/Jindalrae/50/224/31
Indian Curry Hangout, Akamai Art Gallery & Akamai/Curry Beach Aerial View
LIST OF THE ARTISTS FEATURED:
FEBRUARY 12: Diza Kira - Her Review - Feature on More
OCTOBER: Diorina Resident - Her Review - Feature on More
AUGUST: Kylie Sabra - Her Review - Feature on More
JULY: Renie Vaher - Her Review - Feature on More
JUNE: Zachary Zufreur - His Review - Feature on More
MAY: Catalina Portland - Her Review - Feature on More
APRIL: Sawsan Secretspy - Her Review - Feature on More
MARCH: Alizarin Goldflake - Her Review - Feature on More
FEBRUARY: Marilynn Whitfield - Her Review - Feature on More
JANUARY: Abso Zlatkis - His Review - Feature on More
DECEMBER: Kent Nowicka - His Review - Feature on More
NOVEMBER: Morgana Nagorski - Her Review - Feature on More
OCTOBER: Izo Elan - Her Review - Feature on More
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