Gods in love

Gods of the greek and roman mythology used to have a lot of love affairs, with other deities or even with mortals. The Valentine’s exhibition 2013 shows how they seduce their partner and how terrible are the consequences of these relationships.

Gods in love


Valentine's decoration

Advent Calendar 2012

Monastery Advent Calendar 2012

The donkey is an animal both humble and tenacious. It is part of the imagery of Christmas. It heats the Child Jesus in Bethlehem. It goes with the Holy Family in their flight to Egypt. It has inspired many artists in religious scenes or not. This calendar is a tribute to this animal.

SLURL: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Monastery/193/123/99


We are presenting details of the paintings. You can find everyday the entire painting on Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/ArriaMarcella/advent-calendar-2012/

Love Letters

Like every year, the Monastery presents an exhibition about love. This year, we invite you to discover the love letters in the painting. You can also read some examples of love letters written by famous writers or people.

Love Letters

Happy New Year 2012

Happy New Year 2012

We all spend about a third of our lives sleeping, although the number of hours that everyone needs is different. The proliferation of activities tends to shorten our sleep. Sleep is the theme of our Advent calendar 2011. Relaxing sleep, sleep as rest, sleep the brother of death, sleep of the child, the animals sleep, sleep as weakness time, the time of dream and nightmare, these are the themes that Western painting has treated . In 24 paintings by great masters or lesser-known artists, we can discover this activity that is an important part of our existence.

Gustave Courbet (1819 - 1877), Le Hamac (The hammock), 1844

– Internet: http://www.be-virtual.ch/adventcalendar/

– Second Life (Monastery): http://slurl.com/secondlife/Monastery/188/126/99

We have taken some time to take new pictures of the Monastery.

Moonlight and the Monastery

Stair system

All the pictures are on Flickr:

The Monastery is present in exhibition celebrating the 8th birthday of SL. The pavillion of CDS shows each sim. Here are two pictures of the part dedicated to the Monastery:

The Monastery in SL8B

The pavillion of CDS

The Monastery egg painting contest is open. Here are the instructions and the rules. Come and take an egg. Have fun painting it. The most beautiful egg will win 1000 L$.

Egg Painting Contest


1. Buy an egg for 0 L$ at the Monastery
2. Prepare a texture and set it to the egg. The texture must be original. It must have one or several patterns that are repeated on the egg. Adding objects to the egg is allowed.
3. Give a copy of your egg to Arria Perreault (non modif, copy, non transf) until the 19th April 2011.
4. A jury of three persons will determine the most beautiful egg. The most beautiful egg is awarded with 1000 L$.
5. No appeal of the decision of the jury is possible.
6. Everyone can participate, except the Curator of the Monastery and the members of the jury.
7. The most beautiful eggs will be exhibited in the Easter exhibition of the Monastery.
8. Results will be published on 25th April 2011.

Famous Lovers

We have completed the exhibition “Famous Lovers” by adding a small tribute to Liz Taylor next to the painting of Lawrence Alma Tadema. We have also added a model of an ancient greek lyra made by Alexicon Kurka (AK Creation).

Taylor and Burton in Cleopatra

Passenger only

An archive of the exhibition “Passenger only” has been created on Artsteps. This website allows to create exhibitions in a 3D environment that opens in the browser.

Sign of the exhibition "Passenger only"


Easter is coming soon

For Easter, we will make our tradition egg painting contest. We will also open an exhibition about hens.


The Trivia Treasure Hunt in the Monastery is now open.

Visit the exhibition “Famous Lovers” (http://slurl.com/secondlife/Monastery/192/117/99). Then find the pots which are hidden in the Monastery. Clic on the pot. A question will appear in the chat. If you give the right answer, you get a nice gift.

Pot for the treasure hunt

Arria Perreault, Curator

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