3 Projects at Mirlo Studio · UPDATES
The Winter... Manuelita... MIRLOS...
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Here are some updates about the three projects where Mirlo Studio is partaking in a one way or another.
THE WINTER collection
This 12 NFTs collection by Grace Hye (Gallerie Nouvelle) and Manuel Gimferrer (Mirlo Studio) launched a private sale two weeks ago as an opportunity for collectors of the twelve pieces of “The Fall”, the previous series of this four part artwork: FOUR SEASONS. Now the sale has been open to the public, and there are still six pieces left in search of a collector!… at least at the time of writing these lines.
Access the sale here.
And the time is coming for Manuel to prepare the publication of the scores, which will get to the NFTs owners in a special edition including a use-license.
For those who are just discovering this newsletter, we cn’t help but comment that this collection is pioneering new ways for artists to collaborate and for collectors to share the creative experience. You can read more about this in our previous article: The Winter, a real and digital experience
Georgina Mauriño designed at Mirlo Studio this collection for the project Música por al Ciencia [Music for Science], where music provides visibility of scientific research in a series of documentaries in the Argentinian Television. Georgina told us about how she designed the Manuelita NFTs in the article how to create an NFTs collection, step by step.
And the news today is that a few days ago the great team of Música por la Ciencia brought to life “our” Manuelita, and opened a Youtube channel for her.
Finally, we wanted to share our progresses in the design of our educational media contents: MIRLOS, which we want to open to other artists and educators, so that we can include in this platform materials that can enrich every learning journey.
At Mirlo Studio, we focus on Music, the Arts and the Humanities, our passion and we genuinely believe they can inspire any learning journey in so many ways! We all think “nothing human is alien to us” and the challenges of education for new generations are demanding that educators address matters that the usual educational models mostly overlook. In a world of exponential sustained changes it has become paramount: to be aware of your rights and freedoms, to understand and manage money in order to be able to thrive, to stop and think before acting and instead of constantly re-acting… these are just a few ideas, and we hope to find partners at MIRLOS.
In today’s internet, children, youngsters and adults can benefit form the great educational offerings in many areas.
At Mirlo Studio, via MIRLOS, we just want to move one step forward and contribute to a Decentralised Learning where everyone, be it a child or an adult, can freely choose his own way.
Therefore, we are going to use the best tools we can find in the Internet of Value (¿what is the Internet of value?, read Georgina’s explanation form a while ago but still perfectly valid).