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Explore the best 3D art, virtual world exhibits and museums in Second Life.
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An SL13B exhibit where art meets virtual identity.View this destination »
Machinima Poster Online Archive invites you to visit this exhibit about “Movie Posters Design,” based on the Strawberry's Meme's "Second Life Movie Poster Challenge." This exhibit will be running until the end of June. More info at facebook.com/SLMachinimaPosterArchive.View this destination »
Fashion meets art with the new Edge Gallery that showcases artistic fashion imagery from a variety of artists.View this destination »
ArtSpace UTSA is a gallery located on the virtual campus of the University of Texas at San Antonio. The June 2016 opening features work by five artists. They are, in alphabetical order: Bryn Oh, Eupalinos Ugajin, Igor Ballyhoo, In Inaka, and Rebeca Bashly. New exhibits will open roughly ever other month.View this destination »
Nine of Second Life's best artists have come together to exhibit their works for two months at Lollygagger Lane. Event ends July 23.View this destination »
What better place to stage an Otherworld than in this Otherworld? A visual representation of a medieval Welsh poem from The Book of Taliesin, early fourteenth-century. This very cool, partially underwater art installation makes generous use of shadow and light.View this destination »
Cherry Manga's "The Path" is her first work in SL in 1 1/2 years. "The Path," she writes, represents "the path of life, the inner travel that we all go through during our life." On view at Split Screen Installation Space though July!View this destination »
Fractal Insanity is an exhibition that features the fractal art and abstracts of Milly Sharple. The art in this gallery is rotated regularly as new work is added, keeping the venue interesting for new visitors as well as returning ones.View this destination »
Visit Bryn Oh's work The Singulariy of Kumiko, created with generous support from an art grant by the Canadian government. An immersive narrative about a girl lost in the dark, a world that wants her back and Mr. Zippers who doesn't like visitors.View this destination »
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