Wednesday, December 5, 2018



quadrapop Lane presents:

(exhibit 1)

Opening party 2pm SLT December 8 2018, with DJ Verdant supplying music inspired by the artworks.

You are invited to view three works on display for a short period on LEA 12 sim.
(Hosted by Rage Darkstone, whose installation & performances down below are available for your viewing!)

Be sure to turn on your advance lighting and ready your windlight quick presets (ambient dark and misty morning or evening settings recommended).

Come see what materials and lighting can do for abstract works inspired by quad's own RL collages.



Sunday December 9th, at 1 PM SLT & at 2.30 PM SLT

 Dance presentation Featuring the Magical dance with TerraMerhyem & Rage Darkstone with
Medora Chevalier and the dancers of Imagines! Wonderful music and background design by Zimp Rexie!
 (To avoid the lag, we must limit the number of the audience.
For those who wont can enter for the first show at 1 PM SLT, we will give a second representation at 2.30 PM SLT)

Saturday, December 1, 2018


December at 1.30 PM SLT


Rage Darkstone will orchestrate a "Building Performance" in four acts entitled


A building performance is a 1 and 1/2 hour cycle during which the artist builds an installation from nothing, dynamically transform it, and completely destroy it. The artist integrates performance building with other SL performance arts: particle shows, dancing, music, poetry, as well as animated gifs.

IMPORTANT, PLEASE NOTE: Rage will be pushing his LEA 12 simulator to its maximal performance. He needs your help. Please come dressed in outfits that will create minimal lag; a stunning look with only one or two (if you must) articles of unscripted clothing.


LEA13 Opening of the installation of AÏCHA AMIOT

Tuesday December 4th

1.30 PM SLT - LEA13

YOU ARE INVITED to the opening of the installation of AÏCHA

Friend, come to this event and share it with us.
Aicha and I will be happy and honored by your presence.


Music : Aïcha

Thursday, November 29, 2018

LEA7 - The Dickens Project - Caledonia Skytower

DATE: NOV. 30th through DEC. 30th

THE DICKENS PROJECT 2018 Edition Returns to LEA 7
 Second Life – The Dickens Project celebrates its sixth year in Second Life with a return to Linden Endowment for the Arts Region 7, where the annual celebration of Charles Dickens' seminal work first was realized in full region form a year ago.  Offering four weeks of exploration, storytelling, music, dance, a new "Urchins in Dickens London" experience, this Second Life holiday tradition will be open to residents November 30th, through December 30th.

"What's new this year? There is no short answer to that," said Caledonia Skytower, "In almost every conceivable way, the Project has flourished in the full region format. This year was a team effort - our first real foray into collaborative build creation.  We learned a lot, and we are confident people will enjoy the results."  Skytower, along with long time Dickens creator Aoife Lorefield, Gloriana Maertens, and Dagmar Kohime worked together to transform prims and textures in a regionscape that evokes the spirit of Dickens' beloved work.          

Most evident to Dickens Project fans will be the new "Urchins in Dickens London" experience.  Created by Lorefield, the Urchins Experience invites residents to explore what life was like for a poor child in Victorian England. It's a game that combines elements of an SL hunt, free form (and optional) role play, and an invitation to create (and share) stories that the experience inspires.

"Charles Dickens was ever a champion of children, writing stories about those who were poor and unprotected," says Lorefield, "His child characters are often triumphant, finding ways to build lives of purpose and sometimes even happiness in a difficult time." Residents of all ages are welcome to participate, and will find information and the Urchins HUD near the main landing point in Dickens Square.  Inquiries should be directed to Ms. Lorefield. Additional information can be found on a special webpage .
To experience another new aspect of this Edition, just by turn on "sounds" in your Second Life Viewer.  A soundscape created by Dagmar Kohime will enhance the immersion of the region-exploring experience. Sounds of all kinds can be heard all over the region: a fiddler plays at Fezziwig's warehouse, the sounds of Nephew Fred's party guests wafts into the street near his home, and the Merchants Alley rings with sound of urchin laughter. The soundscape includes a special "Voices of the Story Path" hud that visitors can wear to hear short selections from "A Christmas Carol" in locations which corresponds to that selection from the story.

The 2018 Edition will include the customary presentations of A Christmas Carol in a variety of adaptations, in sections and in its entirety, and at different times to make the live readings accessible to residents from different parts of the globe. Other works from within the author’s vast canon are featured in the weeks leading up to "Carol Week" (December 17-23), which climaxes in a marathon “Big Read” presentation of A Christmas Carol performed by a relay team of Seanchai staff and storytelling friends, scheduled for Sunday, December 23rd. 

Performances by Idle Rogue Productions, Misfit Dance & Performance Art, Russell Eponym, Wald Schridde and a host of other performers will add up to over 40 hours of events on LEA 7. In addition to these, communities participating in The Dickens Project 2018 Edition include: Ce Soir Arts, The Community Virtual Library, Elite Equestrian, Innsmouth - H.P. Lovecraft Inspired, Octoberville, and Radio Riel

"And we're not even done scheduling yet," Skytower points out.  Non-Dickens ghost stories, the Urchin Extravaganza, and a DJ Challenge will round out the days between Christmas and December 30th The schedule in-progress will be available weekly on the Seanchai Library website The daily schedule, information on all aspects of the Project, and calendar links will also be available on information kiosks at the main landing point.

In 1843 Charles Dickens prefaced his classic tale with these words: “I have endeavoured in this Ghostly little book, to raise the Ghost of an Idea, which shall not put my readers out of humour with themselves, with each other, with the season, or with me. May it haunt their houses pleasantly, and no one wish to lay it.”  He began the novella in October, completed it in less than six weeks. It went on to become the most successful book of the season, selling six thousand copies by Christmas and continuing to be popular into the new year. It is a book which has never been out of print.

The Dickens Project is produced by Seanchai Library (Shawn-a-kee, which means "Storyteller" in Irish), which was founded in March of 2008 in Second Life. Thousands of stories, and hundreds of authors later, the program remains dedicated to promoting the power of stories to transform and inspire through live voice presentations: "We bring stories of all kinds to life, in Second Life." 

Linden Endowment for the Arts announces hiatus for restructuring

Linden Endowment for the Arts announces hiatus for restructuring       
Come January 1st 2019, the Linden Endowment for the Arts, known as the LEA, will be temporarily closing its Artists in Residence regions (LEA 10 - 29) to allow for a major restructuring.                                            
Over the last seven years, these regions have been open for artists who apply to build their dreams, each for a six month grant. We have seen many great installations here - and some that have attracted controversy.                                            
The nine Core regions (which include the Theatre, the Sandbox and Photohunt) will remain for the present, and short-term grants will still be available in these regions for community-inspired arts projects.                                            
Applications for Core regions can be made here:                                                                               
Discussions between the present Committee and Linden Lab about the future form of the LEA are ongoing, but it is anticipated that there will be a new organising committee when the AiR regions re-open.  

Come January 1st 2019, the Linden Endowment for the Arts, known as the LEA, will be temporarily closing its Artists in Residence regions (LEA 10 - 29) to allow for a major restructuring.


The Linden Endowment for the Arts (LEA) was established to help create a center of arts activity in Second Life. It is a collaborative venture between Linden Lab and the arts community. Guided by a dedicated board of renowned Second Life artists, the LEA is committed to providing access to engaging experiences in the arts for the Second Life community. Through its exhibitions, programs, and events, the LEA fosters awareness of artists’ contributions to our virtual world and encourages others to get involved and be inspired.
See more at:

For more information, contact Saffia Widdershins and JMB Balogh.

Saturday, November 24, 2018

LEA4 2LEI PRESENTS "! NO VIOLENCE !" BY Rage Darkstone & TerraMerhyem


 1:30 PM SL TIME

"! NO VIOLENCE !" BY Rage Darkstone & TerraMerhyem

2LEI WELCOMES What to think about violence against women? Or about violence against lesbians, gays, transgender? Or about violence against human beings? Everyone is included in this threat. Violence is not only physical and is not the domain of only the men.

We must continue to fight against violence in all its ways and manners. And it’s better to don’t forget that each human (also the one called “I”) can be violent, psychologically when not physically: in each of us, there may be a very small “varnish coating of civilization”, and that’s because the human being is an emotional being.

Lorys Lane and all the team of 2Lei will be Honored at you attendance


LEA4 2LEI_ Presents "She" _By Tansee


My contribution is to tell the story of "She".
 "She" like so many women hides behind a shameful mask of tears and sadness feeling manipulated like a puppet, helpless and abused by physical or emotional violence.
Until,she finds a deep hidden strength to make a choice,
We start out by startling facts about Violence against Women around the World and finally in Memoriam of all the Women who have lost their lives to Gender Based Violence. We will not forget You!



Friday, November 16, 2018

LEA28 - Apollo Dancers November 16ht at 8PM SLT

It's Showtime at the Apollo from LEA28, featuring the Apollo Dancers. The Apollo Dancers, a collaboration of Dancing Talent, strive to deliver some of the greatest acts on the grid. Join us at the Apollo "Where Stars are Born and Legends are made". Hope to see you here. Welcome to Harlem !!!

Monday, November 5, 2018

LEA17 Final Event at The Tarot Garden

with world class electric violinist:
Formal Dress Appreciated. (gowns & tuxes or the equivalent)
Tuesday, 6 November
1 pm - 2 pm SLT 
on top level of The Emperor