Wednesday, March 18, 2009
For our final project for the term, we created an event full of panelists in Medicine, Education, and Business called "Caelatoris". I was the Coordinator for the Business Session. My awesome team was Hasmik Ziplon, CelesteAngelique Zapatero, Joseph Trachtenberg, Sean Ricantaur, Michaal Kaligawa, Yari Huckleberry, Harris Adamski, and Joe Nirvana. I also had the pleasure of working closely with the other session coordinators, Jordanna Hamaski and Laurel Zenovka.
Because two of our panelists didn't make it into Second Life for our questions, Celeste interviewed Sandy Kearney, an Independent Business Researcher, and our instructor Randy Hinrichs.Our team developed awesome questions for our panelist to answer. Sandy Kearney gave us insight and encouragement of our goals in learning about virtual worlds and our place in them. Until recently Sandy could be found working with IBM as a Global Director in the areas of 3D internet (3Di) and Virtual Business. She has over 25 years experience as a Business Analyst working with complex organizations and operations, including military and civilian strategy, aviation, futures planning, and logistics.
My two guests were Bevan Whitfield, a Virtual Worlds Business and Education Specialist, and Coughran Mayo, Senior Vice President of Planning and Development for Preferred Family Healthcare, Inc. who advocates using Second Life and Open Grid.
Monday, March 9, 2009
I am so thankful! My "Meet the Artist" event was such a delight! Voodoo, owner of the Catcher in the Pie Cafe, welcomed guests and wonderful tunes were played by DJ LilTank! It was an honor to have friends and new friends come and support my opening! Thank you everyone!!!
Friday, March 6, 2009
Wow! Special thanks to Catcher in the Pie Cafe for hosting my first solo show in Second Life!
We will have a "Meet the Artist" event on Saturday March 7 at Noon.
DJ LilTank Thibedeau will be spinning all of my favorites and some of yours!
Please come and check out my expression. It is a real joy to share my artwork in Second Life! Thank you very much for your interest and inquiry!