Caer Cadarn Fall Arts Festival!

We just completed holding the Caer Cadarn Fall Arts Festival. A great time was had by everyone and more information will be forthcoming. Many events were planned. Radio shows, dances, contests, of course art of all kinds, tapestries, poetry. A great time was had by everyone. One of the highlights of the festival was the Horette Dance Troupe performance. This time not only did the Horettes dance, but so did the men! What follows is a video of that performance, please enjoy!

More about the Art Festival including pictures in a future blog coming your way very soon.

The Horettes Dance at The Gorean Compass!

The Horettes performed by special request of Master Gorm Runo at his Gorean Compass broadcast on Tuesday, April 23, 2019.  The topic of discussion was how views of women and femininity have changed over the years.  Part of the discussion included the topic of how women view their own sexuality as it relates to the attention of men.

Master Gorm asked the Horettes to dance and each girl, in typical Horette and Gorean slave dance fashion, emoted her feelings of how it felt to be noticed by men and how it felt to dance before them.  The video along with the emotes are included below.

We hope you enjoy.

The House of Runo – Slave Dancing

The House of Runo does promote the arts whether it be poetry, singing, music, dancing, painting or any other form of art both visual and performing.  As such we will begin to post events related to Gorean forms of artistry on the blog.

A few weeks ago tabi entered a dance competition in the city of Teehra within second life.  Slave dancing in second life takes on many elements.  First there is the music, then there is the animation and lastly the written word.  Many times props are also used.  Here is tabi’s dance for the Teehra competition.

 

Tabi is an experienced Gorean dancer within second life.  She has been doing this for many years, but has not dance in quite awhile.  Back when tabi was competing regularly she was also a regular winner of competitions and was even featured in an article by the late Samos Madrigal – a huge promoter of Gorean slave dance and also a critic who wrote regular articles critiquing the dancers of Gor.  He helped hone tabi’s skills and the skills of many dancers within second life Gor.  Keep a look out for more posts about the arts of Gor in Second Life!

There are also more videos available for perusal at the House of Runo youtube channel found here: The House of Runo on Youtube