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Sacred represents interests of the group, while Unity is embodied in a sacred group of symbols or totems. Profane involves mundane individual concerns. Art installations depicting these themes are abound at BURN2.View this destination »
The Fairelands have returned! From the 20th to the 30th of April, 15 incredible sims of extraordinary beauty bring the magic of Fantasy Faire to life once more. Art, auctions, events and shopping fill the days, all set to the sounds of Fantasy Faire Radio. Visit the auctions, the stores, the parties and the Literary Festival, where writers give their tips on successful storytelling. Ten days of the finest Second Life's fantasy community has to offer, complete with our epic quest, The Bard Queen's Song. More info at fantasyfairesl.wordpress.comView this destination »
Discover an alternative mysterious universe with an interesting background story while enjoying a magical music soundtrack.View this destination »
Asian Fusion Country in the Orient is a picturesque sim with a collection of different Asian cultures. A touch of old and new merged together on one sim. Explore, take pictures or just hang out.View this destination »
Live the exploration of an alien planet and discover TRON-like sites, full of fractals and lights (cased on a short novel written by Gem Preiz). This installation is open until end of June and held concurrently with No Frontiers (another Gem Preiz exhibition).View this destination »
A tiny gem teeming with the sights and sounds of life. A place to sit and while away some time surrounded by nature. Enjoy the exotic trees and plants, the butterflies and birds, and the gentle ripples of a pool where bright fishes swim lazily amidst the reeds and lilies. Come and meet Ronald the butler - who may be about to meet his nemesis! Buttons, Muffin, Mabel...and a host of other delightful characters await your visit.View this destination »
Temprus, home to Art in the Park, is featuring the work of Ilyra Chardin in a full sim, immersive art installation. Begin your exploration with "normal" gardens that quickly lead both to the secret garden and to Art in the Park.View this destination »
If an idea is born in your empty mind, it is thought that you must come to disregard it. Nobody knows why. The origin of that idea was lost. Maybe you'll be the first to have the idea and not discard your ideas?View this destination »
Travel back to ancient Rome to a place and time where you can live the glorious days of the great Roman Empire. Centered around Forum Romanum, this expansive, picturesque sim group offers historical and realistic role-play for gay and bisexual men. Age-verified, adult access only.View this destination »
This underwater LEA installation by Art Oluja offers an experimental narrative where space contains emotions and memories in a fluid mindscape. Fragments of nostalgia nest into vessels, drifting between glimpses of clarity and obscure dreams. Much of the inspiration comes from G. Bachelard’s “The Poetics of Space." Exhibit open until June 30.View this destination »
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