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Summer Session at Art Farm Coop is August 1 – September 13! Enroll now!
Co-operative Art Farm will consist of 4 activity areas: Photo Studio, Gamer’s Cove, Fashion Island & Interaction Zone, where avatar artists can create, share, and collaborate.
Heya all! One small change in the sL Safety class It is going to be from 6 pm – 7pm. So it is Tuesday June 9 from 6 pm -7 pm At Maria 3 Thanks all and I hope to see people there! (I give gifties)
I shot a little video today from the passenger seat of Claire Namiboo’s Campus Shuttle. It’s a nice peek at some of the studios on campus on 24 May ’15.
MU now has 5 flickr photo groups. Please join the 4 open groups and add your pix to the one most appropriate group!
Pharaoh was the name for king and the son of the god Ra. The title originates in the Egyptian term “great house”, describing the royal palace.
I’m passionate about healthy, cruelty free, sustainable living. I don’t support patriarchal culture, the military industrial complex, or the slaughtering of animals. I do support educational experiences and careers that don’t involve hours, requirements, or offices, but that instead are based on achievements.
I’m an award-winning experimental media producer, video-artist, writer, curator, educator & musician. Commissioner, Santa Monica Arts Commission. Santa Monica Arts Foundation, Board Member. Santa Monica Public Art Committee, Committee Member.
Professor of Archaeology http://eztvmuseum.com
My work is to facilitate community. Whether it’s the participant-driven Public Art & Performance Art works of Vanessa Blaylock Company, or online collaborative art & culture salons like .Re/search and iRez, I define my success in helping you communicate and interact.
Professor of Public Art http://VanessaBlaylock.com
What’s on [My] Mind? is a multi-platform (transmedia) performance project investigating the terrain of intergenerational identity. Working in multiple mediums — monologues, music, social media, virtual worlds, and blogs — I explores how race, identity, kinship and annexation conspire to determine a person’s (a family’s, a nation’s) fate.
Professor of Native American Studies http://ysidora.wordpress.com
After my career in women’s health and pediatrics, I turned my focus to avatar reproductive systems. They are often especially fragile and so many worthy couples have been devastated at their inability to conceive. I try to combined the latest research in avatar fertility with a gracious, humanistic avatar gestation carrier program.
Director, MU Avatar Fertility & Surrogacy Center http://auntrenie.com
Ground Breaking 1 April
MU College of Avatar Architecture & Virtual Urban Planning