This is really a new art and history experience using the features Second Life has to offer. My visit was short yet very impressive. I visited “A Night to Remember“, the exhibition about the Titanic catastrophy more than 100 years ago. It’s strange that among all catastrophies the mankind had to experience during the last 100 years, the Titanic still gets so much attention. Maybe it is because we know about the dreams that many of the victims carried with them seeking a new and better life.
The exhibition is very informative, has all facts and convinces with the use of storytellers who you meet when you walk through the hall. In the beginning you get a passengers name and at the end you want to retrieve this passenger from the list of saved and lost people. Mine was Mrs. Rosalie Paula van Impe, a 3rd class passenger who was among the losses.
A great experience! Thank you Inara for blogging about it and thank you Jake Vordun for providing the museum for us all.
Saturday, July 12th witnessed the opening of The Vordun Museum and Gallery, created and curated by Jake Vordun, the owner of Fancy Decor.
Occupying a large, modern building on one side of the Fancy Decor region, the museum and gallery presents a venue capable of supporting multiple exhibitions, with two art exhibits and a museum exhibition being presented for the opening season. Together they make for a unique and immersive visit.
The Vordun: European Masters: 300 Years of Painting
The first of the art exhibitions is European Masters, 300 Years of Painting, which occupies the main gallery hall. On displays are over 30 paintings from the period 1500 through 1799, all of which are presented in a scale consistent with one another and to their physical world originals. These can be freely perused and admired, title cards alongside of each one offering information on…
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