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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 by SL artists. Glinka Gallery One focuses on new art exhibitions. Glinka Gallery Two is home to the permanent collection of art and photography from previous shows. The Fibonacci Gallery is dedicated to the short-form poetry that adheres to the Fibonacci number sequence. The Frank O'Hara Building is a poetry gallery for Second Life poets. There is also the Frank O'Hara room for special events and readings. The piazza is home to Glinka gallery's resident dance group The Sway & Dance Troupe who mix choreography, music, and poetry in their very visual dance spectaculars. The gallery director is real-world novelist and poet, Wolfgang Glinka.

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Whimsical Winter Wonderland at Charge Syndrome

Whimsical Winter Wonderland at Charge Syndrome

The Charge Syndrome region has been transformed into a whimsical winter wonderland. A place filled with activities to entertain you and magical spots for exploration and photography. It's sure to keep you busy throughout the festive season. Explore the region in a hot air balloon, ride the zip line, skate along the lake and waterways with your friends, or find a quiet spot to visit and enjoy a hot cup of cocoa. Explore all the nooks and crannies and see if you can find all the vignettes they've hidden away for you to find.

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Witches Island

Witches Island

Visit this Wicca pagan community, a welcoming and vibrant world where you can attend socials, hang out at a pub, listen to music and participate in rituals.

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Cape Serenity Library

Cape Serenity Library

Visit the Cape Serenity Library to find a collection of works by authors who have disabilities. As featured in the documentary "Login2Life."

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Ethnographia Island

Ethnographia Island

Visit Ethnographia Island, a safe space to hang out and share experiences of digital lives. Supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation, this location was featured in the document "Our Digital Selves" as part of a study on disabilities and new cultures of the embodied self.

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Amatsu Shima

Amatsu Shima

Amatsu Shima Heavenly Island is an artistic-minded community with rentals, an art gallery, teahouse, and more. Amatsu is protected by snow peaked mountains and pine forests. The air is filled with the sound of bird song and the fragrance of summer flowers. The Paths will take you around the region and lead you to many hidden treasures, including a fairy grotto.

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Virtual Pioneers

Virtual Pioneers

This is a group of historically-minded avatars that enjoy using Virtual Environments to learn and explore. Please join them in Second Life at the bi-weekly meetings where they tour or have historically themed events. More info at: virtualpioneers.weebly.com.

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The Key

The Key

The Key City is a place where innovative women have come together to support each other and Second Life communities through networking and great conversations. They are creating memorable moments in a safe environment and achieving their dreams. Visit The Key for some shopping and relaxing fun.

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High Priestess' Retreat at Dakini Land

High Priestess' Retreat at Dakini Land

Dakini Land is the High Priestess' Retreat. Visit this lush island of jungle and hotspring to find out more about the Companions of the Boai Honglian Companion's Guild. Explore and get lost in this natural setting, discovering the whisper of its native 'Wisdom Dakini.’

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Oral History Association

Oral History Association

OHA is a professional organization for all persons interested in oral history as a way of collecting & interpreting memories to foster knowledge & human dignity. Every year they have an annual meeting that attracts a broad range of people and features the best work in the field. The meeting enables students and both emerging and established scholars to network and learn valuable skills. The theme for 2020 is "The Quest for Democracy: One Hundred Years of Struggle" and this year it will be a virtual meeting in Second Life from October 19th to 24th. For more information, visit: oralhistory.org/2020-oha-virtual-meeting-details

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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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