The 2019 BURN2 team in Second Life have sent out their first press release for the winter burn event which will be opening at 6pm SLT on Friday 25th through until Sunday 27th January 2019. The theme for the winter burn event is Seasonal Perceptions and the full press release can be viewed below. The event will be held at the Burning Man regions in Second Life.
BURN2 PRESS RELEASE
Press Contact: iSkye Silverweb email@example.com
Winter Burn 2019: Seasonal Perceptions
Opening 6:00pm SLT, Friday 25 January 2019
BURN2, Deep Hole
Seasonal Perceptions: Theme for Burn2’s Winter Burn Event
Perception — the ability to see, hear, or become aware of something through the senses.
This is particularly important as we move through the seasons… especially the holidays. However, our perceptions are affected by our environment… the things and people around us. Even the weather! At this time of year, one person might be shoveling the snow off his driveway while another might spend the day surfing the waves off the coast of Australia!
But it is also influenced by our imaginations. Michael Whelan, a world-renowned artist, once did a painting of his young daughter who loved playing in the sandbox. What he did differently is depict his daughter wearing a spacesuit and playing in a lunar sandbox!
Our perceptions ares a driving force in how we interact with the world around us. But imagination is also a strong influencer. Given all that, how would you perceive the seasons? Would you reflect the environment around you… or imagine something completely off the wall and different? Show us your “Seasonal Perceptions!”
Lamplighters will help to open the event with a walk-on from the Welcome Area to the main stage.
Artists and builders are invited to sign up for a plot (limited number, first come first served). We also have a collaborative build area set aside for Burners who would like to join a team with other creatives to build to theme. Signup is available at https://burn2.org/seasonalperceptions-buildsignup. On this form, one can indicate interest in the collaborative team or a single plot. There is also an opt-in available to be part of the Ten Principles Hunt if signing up for a single plot.
As for performers – live singers, group acts and DJs – watch for the self-signup to play at Burn2 in the next few days. If you know you are interested, you can contact Cuga Rajal inworld, until the signup sheet is available.
The Weather Machine will have its place at the center of the playa, an interactive build gleefully doomed to burn!
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We look forward to welcoming Home Burners and community, to explore the builds and enjoy the music that will fill the air over the playa. The BURN2 Calendar at http://www.burn2.org/calendar will fill up quickly as performers sign up.
Bloggers and sharers of BURN2 news! Please share this update as much as you can!
Please let us know when you include us in your publications. We link back to online, TV, magazine and blog posts athttp://www.burn2.org/media_coverage. We would love to include you! Just email a link to your content to firstname.lastname@example.org, or in a notecard inworld to iSkye Silverweb. If you need full size images of the three posters pictured on this release contact iSkye either inworld; if you wish her to send them via email, leave a notecard with your SL name and email address.
BURN2 is the virtual extension of the Burning Man festival and community into the world of Second Life. It spreads Burning Culture and the Burning Man Ten Principles all year round. We are one Burning Man regional among more than 100 first world Regional groups.
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