Pop Art Lab Photo Event!
November 12. – 12:00-05:00pm SLT/PDT – 21:00-02:00 CET
Time is up! We’ll be announcing the top three winning photos in our contest!
After much thinking, a few arguments, and lots of beers consumed, the judges made from the RL/SL Pop Art Lab team have finally reached a decision. Who will the winner be? Join us to find out.
As always, Pop Art Lab can’t produce an event without having a huge party-and we have the best DJs and live music lined up for you.
A huge thank you to all the participants, to all our friends and business colleagues in both lives and to the whole PAL in world group for your continued support.
12:00 pm DJ BRB aka Claus Uriza (DK) Tech DubHop Indie
01:30 pm Winning Annoucements w. Hosts Persia Bravin/Claus Uriza (Pop Art Lab)
02:00 pm Live Music: Engrama (Arg/Esp) Indie
03:00 pm DJ Unknown aka Evil Laa (US) Dubstep
04:00 pm DJ Denard Henry aka Sonic Architect (US) Minimal Tech
05:00 pm Departure – Afterparty
Photo Entries can be viewed here
Pop Art Lab on Facebook:
Claus Uriza: CEO RL & SL Pop Art Lab
Persia Bravin: Marketing Manager RL & SL Pop Art Lab
About Pop Art Lab
Pop Art Lab is a real world music research company that is exploring the use of virtual words such as Second Life as alternative music performance venues. Each week, we stream up to twenty new CD releases from world famous recording artists full length and 24/7 from our class 5 sim, so SL residents can listen to fresh music releases from all genres of music.
We also invite real life musicians, DJs and record labels into SL to encourage creative collaboration; we produce a TV music series in partnership with Treet.TV, and work with machinima makers, virtual artists and many other content creators for mutual benefit.
With a full range of services available, and a team of professional staff, Pop Art Lab is blurring the boundaries between the real and virtual. One recent music video contest gathered over one million hits and as we move into the future, our plans are to expand our activities and services in both worlds.
Above all, our mission is to make music social: by using virtual worlds such as Second Life, people can enjoy music with others from across the globe-and all in real time.