Applications for this year’s Second Life 14th birthday celebrations are now officially open and there are many open positions available for exhibitors, performers, volunteers, for the auditorium and for the press. Just a reminder applications will close around 8th May 2017 and exhibiting spaces at SL14B are FREE and will not add to your tier.
SL14B officially opens to the public on Sunday 18th June 2017 through until Sunday 25th June 2017. The SL14B theme is Carnivalesque for this year so it’s going to be amazing to be part of the huge carnival atmosphere.
SL14B Regions Progress Update
Building work started weeks ago on the SL14B regions and good progress is being made now in the south-east part of the map. More still needs to be done in the weeks ahead. There are now 63 days (2 months away) until the grand opening of SL14B.
The VWBPE 2017 conference officially opens next week on Wednesday 29th March through until Saturday 1st April 2017 in Second Life. The theme for this year is Legacy and it’s worth mentioning this will be the 10th anniversary of the annual conference.
VWBPE 2017 is a free to attend event and here are some of the exciting speeches ahead.
Ebbe Altberg will be attending this year and will be giving a speech about education and Second Life at 1pm SLT on Wednesday 29th March
Draxtor Despress will be giving a speech about VR and education at 3pm SLT on Saturday 1st April
John Lester will be giving a speech about virtual worlds at 4pm SLT on Saturday 1st April
These sessions will be in a private region. To get your invitation to attend you need to submit a question for our guests. Start thinking about what to ask! Questions must be submitted no later than Sunday March 26 at 11:59pm PST (extended from original March 20th deadline).
Want to bring a friend? Starting March 21st, the Rockcliffe Registration Portal will be open for people to register new avatars and find out more about the VWBPE conference in-world. Invite your friends to go to https://urockcliffe.com/reg/second-life/ and follow the easy instructions to get started. We suggest that they come a day or two early to get oriented, so they don’t miss any part of the conference.