I just wanted to take a sec to let everyone know Issue 3 of ROLE Magazine was released February 1st. If you haven't read it yet, you can HERE. In the very few days since its release we've had an enormous amount of readership, and it really goes to show how quickly the magazine is growing. We appreciate so much all of the positive feedback and comments we have received!

I also wanted to make a quick mention about the up coming Art Exhibition that ROLE Magazine will be hosting. I really hope everyone can make it out, it should be a fantastic exhibit, and event.

Here is the Press Release info:

ROLE Magazine is pleased to unveil our plans to host monthly art exhibitions at our magazine headquarters on the Concetta sim. Our kick-off exhibition is scheduled for Sunday, February 15th at 12pm SLT. Each month-long exhibition will feature the works of two select artists.

The initial ROLE Magazine art exhibition will feature the ingenious works of artists Adam Soler and Ub Yifu, plus a live, musical performance by the famous Winston Ackland, real life and SL musician.

ROLE Magazine has selected artists Adam Soler and Ub Yifu for the February 15 - March 15 exhibition series. Adam Soler’s digital artworks blend photography with digitally hand-drawn elements. His colorful paintings often embody touches of a fantasy world.

The artistry of Ub Yifu is widely known and he has created some of the most famous sculptures on the grid. He began creating 3D objects inspired by famous real life paintings in May of 2007. Some of his well-known sculptures are the “Space Elephant” inspired by a painting by Salvador Dali and the “Don Quichotte” statue based on a painting by Pablo Picasso. Other sculptures by Ub, inspired by real life works, include Michelangelo’s “David” and the Statue of Liberty.

Plan to join us at the ROLE Magazine headquarters on Concetta sim, Sunday, February 15th at 12pm SLT as we present the selected works of artists Ub Yifu, Adam Soler, and listen to the musical stylings of the talented performer Winston Ackland.

We hope to see you there.

Best regards,

ROLE Magazine Team