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Thank you for taking the time to review my metaverse exhibit called “Borinquen”. You are about to see a volunteer effort for FusionFest 2020 Orlando.

Winner "Best Culture Event" IAA Muse Platinum Awards 2021
Winner "Virtual & Remote Experiences" AIVA Silver Davey Awards 2021

FusionFest is the largest cultural festival in the state of Florida. FusionFest has traditionally been an outdoor festival filled with music, poetry, and dance from cultures around the world that call central Florida home. Due to the pandemic in 2020, a group of volunteers was asked to create a metaverse experience for guests who wanted to be a part of the festival but wished to stay away from crowds. The physical festival was much smaller with social distancing and masks required.

The Metaverse experience was called “Fusion Fest Virtual World”, built on the Topia io platform. Topia IO works like a very basic, massively multiplayer online video game. It allows over 100 guests to interact, explore, and chat as avatars.
Within Fusion Fest Virtual World, our project, “Borinquen”, celebrates the culture and heritage of Puerto Rico people living in our communities.

Created by:
Carla Santa &
The Alchemist Jesse James

Original Art Icons by:
Adam Frank

The poem "Cry Of Yocahu" by:
Carla Santa

Stories by:
Berniece Chaberier
Victoria Delgado
Carlos Irizarry
Denise Rodriguez Rivera
Carla Santa
Luis Gonzalez
Dominique Rodriguez
José Torres
Purisma Mayo

Music “Domingo por la Tarde”
Composed and Performed by:
Don Soledad

La Borinqueña
Puerto Rican National Anthem
Composed by Félix Astol Artés 1867,
Revised by Luis Miranda in 1922
Lyrics by Manuel Fernández Juncos
1901 Performed by:
Sonia Small and Nelson Cordero
Tammy Weber-Millar
Flamenco del Sol
Briana Marina Small &
Sonia Taina Small

Special Thanks
Danielle Ziss
Logan Anderson
Terry Olson

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