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Welcome to our October 2016 issue! As you can see, Eleseren and I are ready for Halloween and we hope you are too!

Why am I choosing to ignore it? The reasons are simple. These people who support and conduct such attacks anonymously simply are not worth my time. I have too much to spend my time and energy on. Managing Kultivate and our various events and galleries, takes up a great deal of my Second Life time and why should I bother with anonymous criticism? So if you are subject to such behavior yourself, simply ignore it. Eventually the harassers will find someone else to try and tear down.

In this issue we feature artist Sandi Benelli, photographer Amy Beebee, Potomac Homes Owner & Creator, Winter Loxely, The Wanderlust Bench Art Park, birds in Landscapes by Ilyra Chardin, live performer Ceci Dover, and Veruca Tammas covers the Sarawak Sim. Eleseren Brianna brings you a profile feature on designer and model Honey Bender and we have a special segment on the art of charity I would like to thank the contributors in Second Life. who have worked hard to put this issue together and a very special thank I have noticed that as the seasons you to all of our interviewees, who change in both real life and Second took time out of their busy schedule to Life, so do the personalities of people. answer questions we put for to them. You may find that people seem Very special thank you to our artists, restless or just flat our grouchy. Others readers, sponsors, business partners, have stated that they are noticing and advertisers. people are acting with malice and rude intent. I have had to address Very special thank you to Eleseren, for such behavior myself, in regards to the putting up with my Johnisms... things I do in Second Life and I have decided to just ignore the negative JOHN connotations, the malicious gossip and Publisher & Editor In Chief lies, and the flat out ignorant commentary about myself. PAGE 10 KULTIVATE MAGAZINE — October 2016


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OCTOBER 2016 JOHANNES1977 RESIDENT OWNER, PUBLISHER, & EDITOR IN CHIEF ELESEREN BRIANNA COO & EDITOR IN CHIEF OF THE EDGE JESSII2009 WARRHOL, MARKETING AND SOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATOR CONTRIBUTORS: INARA PEY, LEAD CONTRIBUTOR DAWNBEAM DREAMSCAPE ILYRA CHARDIN MYRA WILDMIST OEMA RESIDENT STAVROS RESIDENT (GRACEMOUNT) VERUCA TAMMAS SPARKIE CYBERSTAR ANNE DAUMIG

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SANDI BENELLI

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OCTOBER 2016 EDGE STYLISTS: TISZO CIOC LOCUALA MADRUGA

WICCA MERLIN CUBITO SMIT CRISTA WELLENS -MILIANDROVIC (CHILLICALIFORNIA)

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FEATURED ARTICLE: THE ART OF SANDI BENELLI WRITER: JOHN

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Sandi Benelli is a prolific and talented artist in Second Life! She is also the curator of Art in the Park. Kultivate was able to sit down and discuss art and more with Sandi:

KM: What are some of your artistic techniques? SANDI: I love textures. Working with textures gives me the ability to add dimension to my work. I can achieve lighting changes with some KM: You obviously love art and textures, or make it feel like a photography! What are some of painting or even like it pops off the the reasons you decided to pursue screen. Another techniques is these topics in Second Life? filters, I can play with filters for SANDI: I love photography in Real hours to get the look I really want. Life my father was a portrait photographer many years ago and KM: I noticed that you became bought me my first SLR camera the curator of Art in the Park this when I was 10. I wish I would have year. Any new and exciting taken it more seriously back when I exhibits planned this year? was younger. I do not get the SANDI: Ilyra Chardin owns Art in chance to pursue it like I can in her. the Park and she was busy with I decided to do landscape some Real Life issues so I was just photography because of I started helping out. But I do know she is seeing all these beautiful sims pop planning on redoing the sim and I up wanted to capture them am not sure what's up her sleeve digitally. for exhibits. KM: How do you decide what will make a great image? SANDI: I go through hundreds of pictures before I find one I want to work on. Maybe it is the lightening or the angle or the water or sky. Numerous things play into effect when I decide on which picture I want to work with. PAGE 44 KULTIVATE MAGAZINE — October 2016

KM: Are you currently exhibiting at any galleries? If so which ones? SANDI: Yes I have are at Templeton Cove, but I believe that ends soon. Also you can always find a few pieces at Art in The Park. I do many events for Kultivate. Maybe one day will have a gallery. I have art at Art in the Park and


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Templeton Cove. Kultivate would like to thank Sandi for sitting down with us for an interview and for sharing her excellent artwork!

KM: Who are some of your favorite real life artists and/or photographers? SANDI: Real Life Artist would have to be Thomas Kinkade Albert You can view more of Sandi’s Bierstadt , Thomas Cole, Van artwork by visiting the following Gough, Monet but my newest crush links: is with Guido Borell which I am lucky enough to own one of. Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/ photos/sandibenelli KM: Do you have any tips for new artists? Deviant Art :http:// SANDI: Never give up, never stop sandra797.deviantart.com/ KM. learning.

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INSIDE LOOK: AMY BEEBE WRITER: JOHN

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This month’s Inside Look is on talented photographer Amy Beebe:

KM: Describe your techniques. AMY: I look for an interesting point on a sim that a person has created. It can be something small, KM: So tell us about yourself. How or a panorama of the entire sim. long have you been present in SL? Next comes the windlight AMY: Hi! I'm Amy Beebe and I've selection, which takes me awhile been in SL for almost 10 years now. as I like to tweak them. If I'm Initially what drew me to Second setting something up myself, I like Life was Roleplay and it is what I to use lighting within the game as was involved with until 2010. well. Around that time I started to look at Second Life fashion blogs and KM: How do you choose locations just fell in love with all the amazing in SL to photograph? work that content creators do. I AMY: Flickr is a great place to find started out with fashion, and I sims. I also use the Second Life sometimes still do fashion pictures, Destination Guide, and sometimes but I moved over to taking I will just hop around the grid and photographs of sims. There are so see if there is anything interesting many wonderfully talented crea- out there. tors, and it just went from there! KM: What are some of your post KM: And how did you discover processing techniques? Second Life photography? AMY: All of my picture are post AMY: A friend of mine pointed me processed. I use Photoshop, Topaz toward Second Life fashion blogs Labs, ON1 Photography Suite, and and I was blown away by the talent Light room. I also do real life I saw. I started taking my first photography for fun, so all of the pictures on my old fashion blog suites come in handy. and I find it to be a very relaxing activity.

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KM: Any tips and tricks for new Amy’s work by visiting her Flickr and upcoming photographers? link below: AMY: Create a Flickr account and just start snapping away. Play with https://www.flickr.com/ windlights, create your own. They photos/146609737@N06/ KM can make a picture. There are a ton of people on Flickr that will inspire you! Kultivate would like to thank Amy for taking the time to interview with us! You can view more of

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GALLERY SPOTLIGHT: WANDERLUST BENCH ART PARK WRITER: JOHN PHOTOGRAPHY: PEARL


Wanderlust Bench Art Park is off the beaten trail on the Second Life mainland. It is a hidden gem of an art gallery. Kultivate was able to interview the founder and curator of this quaint gallery, Pearl Grey:

informal, a welcoming place for creatives who had never or rarely shown work to meet with sociable, encouraging, experienced exhibitors in a relaxed environment. I am aware that some artists and photographers KM: So tell our readers about your want to keep their hand in but can gallery. How long has it existed in only manage one or two new Second Life and what is the works a month. Being prolific and premise? somewhat of a rebel I also needed PEARL: The park is five months this to be sustainable for me. old. It began on impulse when a friend, Quinn Leilani chose to try a Having a pleasant place to linger in Premium membership for three the outdoors was important so Art months and picked up a 512 parcel Oluja was invited to landscape. in Quentin. He offered it as a When SAULGOODIE, another continuation for those of us who'd mainland appreciator, was invited been participating in the to share his work, he stepped up Wanderlust Project facilitated by and created the larger Cafe area serra Qendra at the Motel in next door. This place is still Lollygagger Lane if I'd agree to take evolving, with the input and help care of it. I had to improvise right of a core of supportive people, away. Klaus Bereznyak and RMarie Beedit especially. Serra's Wanderlust Project had been partly a way for some of us to The talents of those behind the keep in touch after we'd avatars in a project like this are participated in LEA's Medici only part of it; respect, University in the spring of 2015 consideration, fun and the and Art Farm in the second half of willingness to show a little heart that year. The earliest intentions and soul are vital. Enthusiastic, low for Bench Art Park were for it to be -maintenance creatives are my PAGE 90 KULTIVATE MAGAZINE — October 2016


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favorites. KM: How can an interested artist exhibit at your gallery? PEARL: Send a notecard in world to me, pearlgrey resident. For future inquiries about larger 3D pieces or to show a collection of 2D works for the more spacious Wanderlust Cafe next door, contact SAULGOODIE or me. An alternative would be to read and thoroughly understand the notecard obtained from clicking the Welcome sign between the park and cafe and then to IM Quinn Leilani, the park owner, for a group invite.

Seraphim Placebo and Isadora Alaya currently on display.

KM: What is the theme of the gallery? Do you allow both 2D and 3D art? PEARL: It's very flexible within our logistical limits. Most pieces aren't to remain more than two months because we have returning visitors and people do spend time here. The mix of what members have brought has worked so far. Writers may share their work; there's also space for posters to galleries, exhibits, reading clubs, cocktail hours and such available for group members who engage. There's a section KM: Who are some of the artists devoted to destinations belonging to Wanderlust friends or places in the current exhibit? discovered by me. Furniture and PEARL: Kimika Ying, Elle gadgets have been displayed. Yes, Thorkveld, Klaus Bereznyak, Art we allow both 2D and 3D art, Oluja, Wheedle, Myra Wildmist, SAULGOODIE, baker Bloch, RMarie keeping in mind that the park is a 512 and the Cafe is a 1024 in Beedit, Muse Beck, ChyrsTeRox square meters. Anyone having a and myself. We currently have proposal may feel free to contact some space for group members us. Many of the current who are Art Park Friends to participants are fluent in participate by sharing recently Mainland, although that isn't a acquired art, for example a 3D work by Silas Merlin and 2D art by requirement. Creatives with a positive, healthy response to


friendly interest in their work are encouraged, whatever level they believe they are at. KM: Do you have any upcoming exhibits planned at the gallery and/or events? PEARL: The current exhibit is up through the end of October. For the November/December round, it's suggested that the those who make their work available for purchase offer Mod/Transfer permissions. KM Kultivate would like to thank Pearl Grey for taking the time to interview with us! You can visit the Wanderlust Bench Art Park at the following slurl: http://maps.secondlife.com/ secondlife/Quentin/21/103/43

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SPECIAL FEATURE: THE ART OF CHARITY IN SECOND LIFE CHARITIES: CREATIONS FOR PARKINSONS (THE MICHAEL J .FOX FOUNDATION) FEED A SMILE HOMES FOR OUR TROOPS MILES OF MEMORIES (THE AMERICAN ALZHEIMERS ASSOCIATION) MODELS GIVING BACK (THE NATIONAL BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION) TEAM DIABETES OF SECOND LIFE (THE AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION)


SL NAME: Barbie Alchemi YOUR ROLE WITH THE CHARITY: - Founder of Creations for Parkinson's and owner of Creations Park. http://maps.secondlife.com/ secondlife/Creations% 20Park/87/162/36 NAME OF THE CHARITY: - Creations for Parkinson's. KM: Which real life charity is your organization affiliated with? We are an official Team Fox for the Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research. This is one of the highest rated on Charity Navigator because they consistently have one of the lowest overheads and the highest amount going into research. KM: So tell us about your charity. What cause do you support? We hold many types of fun events to raise donations for Parkinson's Research. Our family covers all cost for tier and other expenses. 100% of every donation goes directly to Team Fox. We have PAGE 106 KULTIVATE MAGAZINE — October 2016

arranged with LL to set up a special account with the Michael J Fox Foundation so the donations are directly wired to them. KM: Why did you decide to start this charity in Second Life? Our RL father died with Parkinson's 12 years ago and exactly 1 year later our mom, was diagnosed with it. 7 Years ago my brother introduced us both to SL. Within a few month our RL mom (Fran Seranade in SL) noticed she identified so strongly with her avatar, that she could feel her muscles strengthen even without doing RL exercise. The physical benefits were so pronounced that I knew we needed to start a support group within SL, raise donation for research in SL and connect with researchers who are studying the benefits of SL for people with Parkinson's. Please be sure to watch our award winning video documenting the benefits of SL for our RL Mom who has Parkinson's. Ebbe Linden (CEO of Linden Labs) has called this the most important video ever made


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about Second Life! This will touch your heart! The Drax File: World MakersEpisode 13 http:// www.youtube.com/watch? v=nyiiWxNguGo&feature=youtu.b e

Park is open 24/7 for public enjoyment. 50% of all sales and 100% of all donations go to Team Fox. http://maps.secondlife.com/ secondlife/Creations% 20Park/87/162/36

- Gypsy Swing Dance Event at KM: How long has your charity Ravinia, a recreation of the famous existed in Second Life? outdoor theater in Chicago. I started Creations for Parkinson's Thursday September 22nd 6-8pm almost 4 years ago, and joined slt http://maps.secondlife.com/ with Solasnagealai who first secondlife/Creations% introduced Team Fox in SL about 7 20Park/39/144/28 years ago. - "Fall Festival" will run October 1st KM: How can a person get involved with your charity? - November 24th with Dancing, We welcome other venues in SL to Live Music, Costume Theme hold an event for Parkinson's. If Events, Cart Sale and a Fall Hunt. you contact me, I can arrange to http://maps.secondlife.com/ have the official Team Fox account secondlife/Creations% put donation boxes in place for 20Park/87/162/36 your event. - Saturday October 15th at 11am I am currently looking for an event slt. will be a performance by the planner to help with these events. spectacular Changhigh Sisters Fireshow of Light, Life and Love at KM: Any charity events planned a uniquely built location. for the remainder of 2016? If so which ones? Currently we have an Mer Hunt The exquisitely designed Creations and a new Mer Store with free PAGE 108 KULTIVATE MAGAZINE — October 2016


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gifts in our beautifully redesigned Underwater Paradise. http:// maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/ Creations%20Park/229/160/1 - Every Tuesday 12 noon slt is Best of... Mer Costume Contest and Dance where you can win at least 300 or more Linden. Check the poster for themes for each week. We also have Mer Homes for rent with 100% going to Team Fox. http://maps.secondlife.com/ secondlife/Creations% 20Park/228/148/2

http://maps.secondlife.com/ secondlife/Creations% 20Park/48/55/28 - Winter Festival will begin on November 25th. With Dancing, Live Music, Costume Theme Events, Cart Sale and a Winter Hunt.

Visit Creations For Parkinson's on the web: http://www2.michaeljfox.org/ site/TR? team_id=19152&fr_id=1890&pg=t eam

- We are eagerly anticipating the Grand Opening of CP Swing on Creations Park. This is a literal "step http://maps.secondlife.com/ secondlife/Creations% back in time" to the 1940’s-era 20Park/87/162/36 KM when Swing dancing was at the height of its popularity. This gorgeous venue is currently showcased at LEA1 

There will be free dance classes teaching students how to be better dancers in SL. Please contact Carlyle Chapparral, founder of 2LDance, for more information and class schedule.


SL NAME: Brique Topaz YOUR ROLE WITH THE CHARITY: Chairwoman - RL NAME OF THE CHARITY: Feed a Smile KM: So tell us about your charity. What cause do you support? Feed a Smile provides warm meals to over 450 very poor children in the slums of Nakuru, Kenya

serous and organization where nobody is anonymous. That is important when it comes to charities. KM: How long has your charity existed in Second Life? 6 1/2 years

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VISIT NOVEMBER 2015 https://vimeo.com/145927688

KM: Any charity events planned for the remainder of 2016? If so which Gooding ones? https://www.gooding.de/lebenhttp://goo.gl/PuwRqT event und-lernen-in-kenia-e-v-37630 calendar KM Please visit Feed A Smile on the web for more information: Live and Learn in Kenya Website www.llk-selb.de Global Giving: https:// goto.gg/21277

Video about the school construction 2016 https://goo.gl/EMf6AO DRAX FILE http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=ha6gxbTw6iQ&feature=youtu.b e

SPIEGEL TV IT’S UP TO YOU http://www.spiegel.tv/filme/ https://www.youtube.com/watch? virtualize-it-virtuelle-welten/ v=qiqZhuCRQSg PETER’S DAY http://vimeo.com/118266465 SCHOOL OPENING https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=Pc9HBP0TAoo&feature=youtu.b e


SL NAME: Frets Nirvana

as Charity Navigator first. Then contacted the ones I felt did the YOUR ROLE WITH THE CHARITY: best job in helping our wounded Approved Representative for HFOT veterans. Homes for Our Troops was the one that responded the NAME OF THE CHARITY: Homes best and were willing to go For Our Troops through the procedure and approval process of Lindens Labs KM: So tell us about your charity. in creating a charitable account in What cause do you support? Second Life. HFOT uses 90% of Home for our Troops is a top-rated what is donated to them to military and Veterans’ nonprofit directly help extremely wounded organization that builds specially veterans by building and donating adapted homes for our most homes to them. severely wounded post 9-11 veterans. Homes for Our Troops is KM: How long has your charity privately funded, and relies on the existed in Second Life? generosity of donors like you. To August 2014 learn more about HFOT visit the website at www.hfotusa.org KM: How can a person get involved with your charity? KM: Why did you decide to start They can sponsor events with all this charity in Second Life? donations going to HFOT. They can I decided to pursue supporting our contact me and I can arrange a wounded veterans in Second Life donation kit for them. The event as I realized what the government needs to be respectful of our men provides does not cover all the and women in the armed services. needs that these dedicated people have. I pursued several different KM: Any charity events planned veteran's support organizations in for the remainder of 2016? If so real life, checking out their which ones? background through sources such There are events every month for PAGE 114 KULTIVATE MAGAZINE — October 2016


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Life if you would like to hold a fundraiser.

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SL NAME: Amity Sorbet

KM: Why did you decide to start this charity in Second Life? YOUR ROLE WITH THE CHARITY: One of the tenants of the Miss Miles of Memories event Royalty pageant is service for the co-organizer, current Miss Royalty greater good, so fundraising for a 2016 charity goes hand-in-hand with that. NAME OF THE CHARITY: Miles of Memories event by Miss Royalty KM: How long has your charity Organization existed in Second Life? The Miss Royalty Organization is KM: So tell us about your charity. fairly new - we will soon be What cause do you support? approaching two years of Currently, we are supporting the existence. Alzheimer's Association. This changes each year when a new KM: How can a person get Miss Royalty is chosen. involved with your charity? At this stage, it is mainly through KM: Which real life charity is your visiting the sim during the charity organization affiliated with? event each year. People can also We are not technically affiliated become media partners or with a charity. Back in the spring I volunteer to assist in other ways reached out directly to the when it comes to putting together Vermont chapter of the the events. Alzheimer's Association to get their permission to hold an event KM: Any charity events planned in Second Life. They asked us to do for the remainder of 2016? If so it in September because that is the which ones? month in which the Walk to End No, Miles of Memories, which Alzheimer's happens across the happened in September, is the United States. only charity event we're holding in 2016. PAGE 118 KULTIVATE MAGAZINE — October 2016


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You can visit Miles of Memories at the following links: http:// www.missroyaltyorganization.com /

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SL NAME: Jamee Sandalwood

The National Breast Cancer Foundation was founded in 1991 YOUR ROLE WITH THE CHARITY: by breast cancer survivor, Janelle CEO & Founder Hail. NBCF’s mission is to help women now by providing help and NAME OF THE CHARITY: Rock Your inspiring hope to those affected by Rack & Models Giving Back breast cancer through early detection, education and support KM: So tell us about your charity. services. That’s why NBCF provides What cause do you support? free mammograms to women in Breast cancer is one of the leading all 50 states through our network health crises for women. 1 in 8 of hospitals. They are now joining women, and an every increasing hands with people around the percentage of men will be world to provide breast cancer diagnosed with breast cancer in education. their lifetime. There is currently no known cure for breast cancer, and KM: Why did you decide to start its early diagnosis is critical to this charity in Second Life? survival. I am a breast cancer survivor myself, and it is due to the fact Rock Your Rack is a fundraising that I was diligent and caught my event created by Models Giving lump myself before ever having a Back in the virtual world mammogram since I was under Second Life to support the real the age insurance companies saw world efforts of the National as the minimum age for a Breast Cancer Foundation. screening. So I'm a huge advocate www.nationalbreastcancer.org. for early detection and early They provide mammograms to any screening, and what better place in need as well as current and than Second Life to get that up-to-date information for those message out. newly diagnosed with Breast Cancer and related diseases. KM: How long has your charity PAGE 120 KULTIVATE MAGAZINE — October 2016


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This particular event is in it's 4th year within Second Life. KM: How can a person get involved with your charity? I did some research to find a charity that was about early screening and detection procedures. So when I found the NBCF early on in my own personal treatment process I knew I had to do something to give back to them since they were there with tons of information while I was going through diagnosis and treatment myself. When I saw they had a program to set up donation websites and would endorse fundraisers, as well as having a 98% approval rating on the charity rating websites, I knew this was the right fit. Everyone did the other very well known charities for breast cancer, and they really aren't rated that highly. So it was time to do one that was.

this year, we will be moving on as a team - Models Giving Back - to support some other charity events already working on things for the rest of 2016. Rock Your Rack is our culminating event and my entire team needs a rest after we finish. The monthly REVAMPED shopping event is also our event, and monthly donations are made to the NBCF through that event as well. 1/2 of the booth rental fees each month goes to the NBCF. KM

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SL NAME: Jessii2009 Warrhol YOUR ROLE WITH THE CHARITY: Co-Founder and Co-Coordinator

KM: How long has your charity existed in Second Life? This is our second year in Second Life.

NAME OF THE CHARITY: Team Diabetes of Second Life

KM: How can a person get involved with your charity? They can join our group in world KM: So tell us about your charity. or they can contact me in Second What cause do you support? Life or use go to our website, we We support the American have a contact form where they Diabetes Association, which raises can request information and/or funds for diabetes awareness and help: http:// support, as well as for funding new www.teamdiabetesofsecondlife.or treatments for diabetes. g/contact-us.html KM: Why did you decide to start KM: Any charity events planned this charity in Second Life? for the remainder of 2016? If so About 2 years ago, myself and a which ones? group of close friends left another We have Scare Me Silly starting charity. We still wanted to put our October 13, 2016 and many events fundraising talents to usage and planned in November, which is looked up various causes and then National Diabetes Month. You can we realized that diabetes was the find out our events here: http:// one to support as it currently www.teamdiabetesofsecondlife.or affects over 400 million people g/event-schedule.html worldwide. I have an aunt who is a type 2 diabetes sufferer and many You can visit Team Diabetes of friends in both worlds. We decided Second Life at their official to start Team Diabetes of Second website: Life, after research the American www.teamdiabetesofsecondlife.or Diabetes Association. g PAGE 124 KULTIVATE MAGAZINE — October 2016


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THE RIFF MUSIC SPOTLIGHT

THE RIFF ROCK MUSIC SPOTLIGHT: CECI DOVER WRITER: JOHN PHOTOGRAPHY: TOMMI WAYDELICH


KM: Thanks for agreeing to an interview with Kultivate! Please tell our readers about yourself. How long have you been in Second Life? CECI: I'm an Argentinian singer and a vocal couch. I've studied for 12 years technics for singing and music in Conservatorio Manuel de Falla, Argentina, Buenos Aires. I found SL in January, 2009. KM: Why did you decide to become a live singer in Second Life? CECI: Well, a friend of mine, talked to me about SL. When I came here and listened singers, I 've enjoyed so much. I could see people from USA, Europe , America Latina. all together singing and enjoying too. That was amazing to me and I decided to give a try.

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boy. No time for that, so SL allows me to feel that I'm still doing it. KM: Do you currently perform in any other grids? CECI: Yes, I do. Inworldz, Zan Grid, Great Canadian.

KM: If someone wanted to book you to perform, who would they contact? CECI: They can directly contact me or my assistant Vicabe05 resident, who's my husband in rl too. KM: What is the hardest part of being a live performer in the virtual world landscape? CECI: you need to work hard to be a part of this. I remember when I get started I needed to sing 6 hours back to back, every days. Then people start coming to hear me and they brought more friends and more and more. It was a hard beginning. KM: So how does one get started as a live performer in a virtual world? CECI: First of all you need to have an equipment to do it, Microphone, Mixer, good


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computer and songs (many of clips of her performing in real life: them). Now if you feel that you have something to be heard, fight https://www.youtube.com/watch? for it and don't give up! Look for v=hzKJUtmDBOE places to sing and to be heard. Now time will do the rest. https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=phYAvx6C6Dc KM KM: Any special equipment or software is needed? CECI: I had to prepare a soundproof room at home!!!. I sing very late at night in rl. Microphone and mixer with effects like reverb to sound more professional. Kultivate would like to thank CECI for taking the time to be interviewed! You find out where CECI is performing by visiting her official calendar link below: http://www.google.com/ calendar/embed?src=singerceci% 40gmail.com&ctz=Atlantic/Canary For booking inquiries please contact CECI Dover in Second Life. CECI provided a treat, two video


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VOYAGES WITH VEE: SARAWAK WRITER & PHOTOGRAPHY: VERUCA TAMMAS

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Finding a place to explore and write about is always the greatest challenge for me. This latest sim was not one that I went looking for, it appeared to me in the form of a building contest. I participate in several events at Dreams and in August one of the challenges was to create a backdrop for a “selfie”. At the end of the challenge we all go around to each of the builds and judge the work of our competitors and that’s when I saw Sarawak! One of the contestants has a huge affinity for sheep, she’s from New Zealand, and part of her build was a photo of her in Sarawak posed among the sheep.

but also several available buildings, a boathouse, cabins, gazebo, hobbit house, a Dutch inspired windmill, and medieval tower. The sim was created with a great deal of whimsy scattered about, little woodland creatures, dragons, and of course those sheep. Surrounded by water, it’s perfect for boating and the boathouse has containers for you to obtain and canoe and oars just for that purpose. You can also rez a fishing pole from the dock but it’s not a Seven Seas location.

Take your time to explore all the buildings, I especially liked sitting in the rocking chair outside one of the cabins watching the The photo was so good I just had waterwheel churn the waves. So to see what else Sarawak had to relaxing just rocking and taking in offer. It’s an enchanting place to the surroundings. My other relax, explore and takes lots of favorite spot was the medieval wonderful photos. There are tower, on the second floor are cuddle poses, single poses, places large open windows and divans for to just sit and stare out onto the posing and the rooftop resembles water or take a nap as the sun an artist’s atelier with canvases set sets. The owner, Ermandalee, up, comfy chairs, and a little tea has generously opened the sim to area, It’s really peaceful to sit up visitors. there with a friend and chat about the day or plans for the week or There are many outdoor settings just cuddle with a loved one. PAGE 172 KULTIVATE MAGAZINE — October 2016

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I took about 100 photos using many of the poses placed around the sim and experimented with different You can visit Sarawak at the windlight settings. There is a Flickr following slurl in Second Life: page dedicated to the sim and you http://maps.secondlife.com/ can see more photos there. But I secondlife/Sarawak/40/87/21 encourage you to spend some time there yourself and take your own. KM

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CREATOR’S SPOTLIGHT

CREATOR’S SPOTLIGHT: WINTER LOXLEY & POTOMAC HOMES WRITER: JOHN PHOTOGRAPHY: WINTER LOXLEY


This month’s creator’s spotlight is on Potomac Home’s owner, Winter Loxely. Winter was able to sit down and discuss home building and more in Second Life:

world home that has an element that I want to incorporate, like an interesting stairway or a cool deck. Also, I love getting suggestions from customers! I can't possibly do them all, but I do try and work KM: I'm a big fan of log cabins them in when I can. Those are and the outdoors in real life, your some of the best ideas ever. log cabins are very realistic! Tell our readers why you chose to KM: Why did you decide to begin build log cabins in Second Life. building homes in Second Life? WINTER: Quite simply, I love log WINTER: As I mentioned, I have cabins! The first time I walked always loved log homes, in through one in real life, I was com- particular. So I started collecting pletely taken with them. I love the them when I first came to Second way they fit so perfectly into a Life in 2009. Then I wanted to natural landscape and the way offer a great place for other they use natural, renewable people to live, in a north woods resources. I love the warm, cozy, type of setting. So I created Big relaxed feeling they give you. I Bear Lake, which is one of the don't live in a log home in real life rental home regions that I own. (yet!) but it has been a longtime After a while, I found that I was dream of mine. The obsession modifying homes quite a bit to with homes in general goes back suit my needs for those regions, as far as I can remember. and from there, it just made sense to start building them myself. I KM: What are some ideas for wanted to make them available to your designs? Do you base the others who share my passion for homes on real life log cabins? log homes. WINTER: Photos of real life log homes are always inspiring. KM: How long has Potomac Sometimes I see a photo of a real homes existed in Second Life? PAGE 188 KULTIVATE MAGAZINE — October 2016


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WINTER: My partner Max and I opened Potomac in June of 2012, with only two homes ready and no furniture or accessories. We had this huge sim and it looked so empty at first! But over the years it has filled in quite a bit. Potomac Signature Homes got its name from the many afternoons I spent when I was (much) younger wandering the towpath by the Potomac River in Maryland. KM: What's new for Potomac homes in 2016? WINTER: Animated skeletons for

Halloween, new group gifts, and new original mesh items, including our annual limited edition home for Christmas that won't be released until closer to the holiday. I just love the holidays and the changing of the seasons. I'm really looking forward to the Scare Me Silly event in October. KM: Does Potomac homes exist in any other grids? WINTER: I thought of bringing Potomac to Inworldz, and initially purchased a region there and built a version of Potomac's Echo Mountain Lodge, but I found that


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dividing my time between the two worlds really wasn't working. I want to offer the best customer service I possibly can, and I found that can't happen if I'm only here part time and in Inworldz part time. So my focus is solely on Second Life. KM Kultivate would like to thank Winter Loxely for taking the time to interview with us! Check out the links below to keep up to date with Potomac Homes: Website: www.potomacsignaturehomes.com SLURL: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Potomac% 20Signature%20Homes/157/152/28

Marketplace: https://marketplace.secondlife.com/stores/94110 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PotomacSignatureHomes KM


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THE EDGE SPOTLIGHT: HONEY BENDER

THE EDGE SPOTLIGHT: HONEY BENDER WRITER: ELESEREN BRIANNA PHOTOGRAPHY: HONEY BENDER


Honey Bender is an exceptional and multi talented creative talent in several fields in SL, Art, Fashion and with a background as a top Model too. The Edge took the chance to grab her for a quick interview. Eleseren: Hi Honey, I am so happy you agreed to let me interview you for the Edge. You wear many creative hats in SL. Can you tell me about them? Honey: Hello there, yes I think if you like to create and you are given a magnificent multi media platform like Second Life it is hard to limit yourself. Photography and design has always been my primary loves both in RL and SL. But modeling has given me the opportunity to communicate my visions to a broader audience - so I wouldn't have wanted to go without that part of my life here. Eleseren: What fires you creatively as a person? what are your real passions when it comes to what you produce as a designer and artist? Honey: I think the one source of inspiration that dominates my PAGE 208 KULTIVATE MAGAZINE — October 2016

work is music. I love music and I love movies/music videos, and I can design a whole collection only from listening to one line from one song - like I did with Faster Pussycat's "Moonage Daydream"collection back in 2009. I always play loud music when I work. Eleseren: I love your work as a Designer - as my Inventory proves! Can you tell me about your Fashion Brands Bender and Faster Pussycat, what areas of Fashion you enjoy, and why you decided to have two Brands. Honey: Well Faster Pussycat and the male brand Velvet Elvis was started in 2008 - by myself, Coeur Auer and PoosyKat LittleBoots. Our first runway show was a punk rock show and then a xmas show - with models like Herradura Baar, Wicca Merlin, Mimmi Boa , Poptart Lilliehook, Leandra Breen and RicoRacer Flux, on the runway - what a blast. With Bender, that was founded last year by the same team features exclusively original mesh, created by Coeur Auer and designed by me. I wanted this


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label to be different, more exclusive Since then I have continued taking and some of our items are only sold photos, at times been quite in limited numbers. obsessed by it, and last year I was invited to exhibit with Windlight Personally I love all aspects of Gallery which was awesome. In RL I fashion from street wear, s trained at Central Saint Martin subcultures and haute couture. School of Art and Design, as a Punk and Galliano - bring it on. graphic designer, and I have worked for a few years as art director at Eleresen: You are also a very several ad agencies and clothing gifted SL Artist and brand H&M before I started writing Photographer. How did you get - and so it felt natural to pursue the into SL Art, and what fulfills you same work here. I think working as about this side of your creativity? a clothes designer in SL has become Honey: I took my first SL photos very cut throat competitive - and when I had been here for a couple taking a step to the side working on of days. That was back in 2006. art pieces feels like a breathing PAGE 210 KULTIVATE MAGAZINE — October 2016


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space where I can express myself in Honey: I started as a model for an other ways. agency called Aspire back in 2006, the first really professional agency Eleseren: How would you describe in SL. I had the pleasure to work yourself as an SL Artist? What is it with residents that have now that you like to portray, and what become the legends in Second Life vision are you trying to express as fashion history: models Bianca an SL Artist? Darling, the late Aunnia Wilberg, Honey: As an artist I am free. I am Kirsten Corleone, now an obsessed with images and the accomplished blogger, Colleen emotional states they trigger, and Desmoulins who is now the prefer works that are disturbing. designer behind the furniture Art is not decor, it's not pretty brand The Loft, Babyhoney Bailey, pictures meant to massage your Summer Deadlight, and many more mind into careless numbness- it's than I can mention here. I think of as complex as the human mind, us as SL Fashion Royalty. We had body and soul and I like my pieces the pleasure to model brands like to reflect that. I do not have limits Digit Darkes, Rebel Hope, Nonna and many people may think some Hedges, Nyla Cheeky, artilleri, of my work inappropriate, but Paper Couture, Callie Cline, morality has no place in art, Ivalde - all pioneers who built the because art needs to be free in foundation that today's SL fashion what it expresses. It's like George scene is built upon. Since then I Orwell said: Freedom is the right to have been signed by several tell people what they do not want renown agencies like Opium to hear. Evolution, MAD, AVENUE and Scala who I am still with and had many Eleseren. You are also a long exclusive contracts with top SL standing top Model, though I brands. know you only model selectively now. Can you tell me a little about I still enjoy modelling from time to your modeling career, both past time. I am just through jumping and present. through loops to prove myself, I refuse to audition and never go to


to castings anymore, I think I have earned the privilege not to. Anyone who knows the SL fashion biz should be familiar with my work, and if they want me, all they got to do is ask. I'm quite easy going.

fascinating interview! We at the Edge and Kultivate Magazine wish you all the best for all your future endeavors and we will continue to watch your amazing creative journey with fascination and enjoyment. KM

Eleseren: Does your work as a Model, Stylist, Fashion Designer You can visit Bender and Faster and Artist feed into each other? Pussycat at the following links: How do they influence each other for you? https:// Honey: I think everything is linked. benderoriginals.wordpress.com Creations that balance on the edge of art and fashion intrigues me. And http:// as I often model in my own art newpussycat.wordpress.com/ pieces I would say yes - these things blend into one another. http://maps.secondlife.com/ secondlife/Resistance/85/161/22 Eleseren: What are your creative plans for the future? Do you still have any personal goals and visions to fulfill? Honey: I am going to continue to designing, both for Bender and Faster Pussycat/Velvet Elvis and I guess my main goal is to further developed our original meshes together with my very talented partner Coeur Auer. Thank you so much Honey for a PAGE 212 KULTIVATE MAGAZINE — October 2016


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THE EDGE OCTOBER STYLIST: WICCA MERLIN STYLING CREDITS: O u t f i t : P u r p l e M o o n – “ Wa n d a ” – N E W @ S WA N K Jewelry: PurpleMoon – “Imani” – NEW @ Chapter 4 Shoes: Empire – “Bottlebrush” Hea d J ewelr y: Indy ra – “Nazca Hai r Feath e r Charm” H a i r : Tr u t h – “ L o n i ” Glasses: Glamistry – “Sunglasses PU2002” Ta t t o o : W h i t e ~ W i d o w – “ S h a l l o w s ” Sofas: 22769 – “Beatle Chair” – NEW @ Liaiso n Colla b o rative Shisha: 22769 – “Hookah” C u p b o a r d , L a m p , Wa l l p o s t e r s & F l o w e r pot: 22769 – “Moroccan Love Affair” – NEW @ The Gacha Garden Mod el & Ph otog ra ph e r: Wi c ca Me rli n


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This issue will feature the art of Sandi Benelli, photographer Amy Beebe, Potomac Homes Owner & Creator, Winter Loxely, Bird Art, Live Perfo...

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