Cult Creative Partners Mitoworld To Launch 1st Metaverse Exhibition

Cult Creative, Southeast Asia’s career discovery and networking platform, has partnered Mitoworld, a revolutionary no-code metaverse building platform by Virtualtech Frontier (VTF), a Metaverse and Virtual Spaces development company to launch its first metaverse exhibition, MIRIP: CURATING BEYOND BORDERS.

The three-part virtual event series will gather some of SEA’s most creative talents to discuss what it takes to grow the creative economy.

Through the platform, Cult Creative aims to encourage an open discussion on amplifying and supporting the creative industry’s inclusive growth.

MIRIP 01, in celebration of International Women’s Day 2023, will explore how disruption can empower women through creativity.

The event, happening on March 18, will showcase diverse art and design work in a range of formats by selected Malaysian and Indonesian women creatives in an immersive virtual exhibition, as well as feature a cross-border panel discussion with three respected creative leaders: Irvine Prisilia, Co-founder and Executive Creative Director at TJT Creative Lab in Bangkok and Jakarta, Kexin Khor, Co-founder and Creative Director at Lucid in Singapore and Michelle Francis, Creative Director of C27 in Malaysia.

“We aim to provide a unique metaverse exhibition that fosters cross-border collaboration and encourages creatives to expand their skillsets, ultimately helping to drive the growth of the creative economy in the region. We believe working together can spearhead the creative economy revolution and take the industry to greater heights,” said Shermaine Wong, Co-founder and CEO of Cult Creative.

Cult Creative is supported by Virtual Tech Frontier to bring the unique experience of Mitoworld, a metaverse virtual world, to design the first cross-border virtual exhibition in Southeast Asia for MIRIP.

This exciting collaboration will enable the platform to offer an immersive experience to showcase the best of the region’s creative talent. MIRIP promises to be a unique and exciting event for the creative industry, and Cult Creative is proud to play a role in its success.

The platform encourages creatives from across the region to participate and engage in the discussion, with the hope of fostering a stronger community that inspires and empowers the next generation of creative professionals.

“We are thrilled to partner up with Cult Creative to launch MIRIP and bring together some of the most talented creatives from Southeast Asia through Mitoworld,” said Jason Low, Founder, and CEO of Virtualtech Frontier (VTF). The MIRIP metaverse exhibition aims to be an inclusive space that transports the work of creatives across borders in an engaging and truly unique experience.

“We look forward to creating a welcoming environment for all users, regardless of their background or identity, and promoting diversity and inclusion in the metaverse.”

MIRIP: Curating Beyond Borders experience is free for everyone and is accessible through a unique website that transports attendees into a borderless creative space, allowing for a fully inclusive creative economy.

With this event, Cult Creative hopes to inspire the creative industry to break down borders and expand into new markets, guiding creatives towards becoming multidisciplinary in their craft.

For more information on the event and how to participate, please visit https://bit.ly/MIRIP01byCC

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