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Love&Love Factory Art Gallery

Love&Love Factory Art Gallery

Love&Love Factory Events and Arts share with all art lovers the experience to meet RL/SL artists and their artworks. Sharing both worlds and opening new paths in the virtual art world.

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Bear Castle

Bear Castle

Come see the creativity of 450+ Linden Bears & Mole Bears, collected by multiple Residents over the years. Also, pick up a free box of Bears for your own collection!

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The Lost Unicorn Gallery

The Lost Unicorn Gallery

Art gallery specializing in fantasy artwork, most created here in SL by some of the best artists in world! They have monthly exhibits and events to enjoy!

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The Mysterium - Museum and Gallery

The Mysterium - Museum and Gallery

The Mysterium Museum and Gallery invites everyone to explore the natural history museum, see displays, artifacts, and images. The art gallery hosts a series of exhibitions by real-world artists. Come hang out and have coffee at Connections Cafe.

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The Vordun Museum and Gallery

The Vordun Museum and Gallery

The Vordun Museum and Gallery is an art and history experience like no other in Second Life! Browse the many galleries and exhibits, then enjoy a coffee in the Common Grounds cafe.

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Second Life Endowment For The Arts

Second Life Endowment For The Arts

The Second Life Endowment For The Arts (SLEA) is opening with a bang at midnight SLT 1/1/2021. Use the SLEA experience to visit 9 regions of diverse creativity representing the many levels of virtual art in SL, including 2 & 3D, Theater, Literature, Visual, Machinima, Art Education, and Media Art. Cost-free grants are awarded! For more info, visit: slendowmentforthearts.wordpress.com

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the GBTH project

the GBTH project

The GBTH Project is an SL-based experimental arts space consisting of 8+ dedicated gallery spaces. To GBTH (Grab By The Horns) is to take courageous initiative in guiding the boundlessness of artistry, making the conceptual tangible. Here they facilitate artists and makers alike to actualize installation, photographic, sculptural, and community-based works. Everyone is welcome to visit and explore. Apply to participate at thegbthproject.org

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Shui Mo Gallery

Shui Mo Gallery

Explore the artwork of Resident FionaFei at the Shiu Mo Gallery. Shui Mo, meaning "ink" in Chinese, is a series of installations created in the style of Chinese ink brush painting, depicting a common theme or landscape seen in many traditional Chinese paintings.

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The Glinka Gallery

The Glinka Gallery

The Glinka Gallery is a group of four galleries dedicated to fine art, photography, poetry, music, and dance. Glinka Gallery 1 focuses on new art exhibitions. Glinka Gallery 2 is home to the permanent collection of art and photography from previous shows. The Fibonacci Gallery is dedicated to short-form poetry that adheres to the Fibonacci number sequence. The Frank O'Hara Building is a poetry gallery for Second Life poets. The piazza is home to Glinka gallery's resident dance group. The gallery director is real-world novelist and poet, Wolfgang Glinka.

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Windlight Art Gallery

Windlight Art Gallery

The Windlight Art Gallery, which is the home of the Windlight Art Fellows, has a new exhibition every month and is part of the Kultivate Magazine family of galleries. For more information, visit: KultivateMagazine.com

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Please note that many venues listed on this page are not owned, managed or supervised by, or otherwise affiliated with Linden Lab, and Linden Lab does not endorse any of these venues. We provide this information solely as an informational service to the Second Life community.

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