Greetings, Second Life enthusiasts and art aficionados!

The virtual world is set to come alive on November 17th at 12 pm SLT as we embark on a captivating journey through the remarkable career of artist and videographer Tutsy Navarathna. Hosted by Haiku Quan’s Gallery in The Akipelago, this event promises to be a feast for the senses.

The Path of History exhibition is a celebration of Tutsy Navarathna’s artistic journey, spanning both the virtual realm of Second Life and the real world. This event is not just an artist’s opening party; it’s a retrospective of a career that has left an indelible mark on the metaverse.

Tutsy Navarathna, known for his exceptional skills in graphic design and video creation, will showcase a carefully curated selection of his work. This exhibition is an opportunity to reflect on several years of creativity, and the chosen pieces are presented thematically, providing a unique perspective on his artistic evolution.

But the excitement doesn’t stop there. Tutsy Navarathna is also set to unveil four of his latest short films. These films are a fusion of traditional imagery and cutting-edge AI technology, animated with the Gen2 AI. This blend of artistry and technology represents the future of creative expression in virtual worlds.

Tutsy Navarathna’s dedication to his craft is evident in every piece of work he presents. This exhibition is a testament to the power of art in both virtual and real worlds, and it’s a must-visit for anyone with an appreciation for creativity.

Join us on November 17th at 12 pm SLT for an unforgettable experience. Terri Wardell will be providing the soundtrack to this artistic journey as the DJ for the event.

As we eagerly anticipate the Path of History exhibition, let us celebrate the fusion of art and technology, creativity and innovation, and the timeless legacy of Tutsy Navarathna.

See you there!

Organizer: Haiku Quan
Owner of The Akipelago Islands: Akiko Kinoshi

Violet Boa, PR Representative

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