There are just a few short days left to be part of the team at Second Life 10th Birthday Community Celebrations!
Applications to be a part of the SL10B Community Celebration will be closing at midnight SLT on Monday, May 20th. So, if you want to be a part of the celebrations an exhibitor, performer or volunteer or if you wish to book a slot in the Community Celebrations Auditorium, now is the time to do so!
- First: please make sure you read the event policies and understand all requirements
- Second: Read the notes below and follow the links for any of the applications you wish to submit.
If you want to exhibit any of the following:
- Art installation
- Informative exhibition
- Community group
- Media (writing, machinima, photography, etc.)
You need an EXHIBITOR APPLICATION.
When applying, you’ll need to have a good idea of what you are proposing to build – it should be community-orientated and celebratory. The clearer the information you can give, the easier it will be to assess your application. Remember, all exhibition builds must conform to the requirements specified in the event policies, in particular note that:
- All exhibitor plots are 32×32 metres in size, and larger parcels cannot be provided
- Parcels have a total prim allotment / land impact of 234. No additional prims can be supplied.
If you want to be involved in the musical celebration as a live performer or as a DJ, you need to fill-out our PERFORMER APPLICATION. Please remember to not only to give the details of your performance (live / DJ), but also the times that would suit you best for appearing on stage.
If you want to:
- Talk on a topic
- Run a workshop
- Teach a class
- Do performance art
- Put on a media event
Then you need an AUDITORIUM APPLICATION.
When applying , please remember to not only to give the details of your event, but also the times that would suit you best for hosting it.
Events like the SL10B Community Celebration need help – lots of help. So even if you don’t feel you can be an exhibitor, performer or presenter but want to be more of a part of things – then why not volunteer to help out? It’s a great way to be an essential part of things, make friends and get to see all that goes on throughout the celebrations. Orientation and training is given for many of the roles, so there’s no danger of simply being chucked into the deep end (although you’ll have to give up a little time to attend training sessions, obviously!).
We’re looking for keen, outgoing, friendly people to volunteer as Greeters / Hosts, Moderators, Exhibitor Assistants, and Stage Managers. If you’re interested, check-out our Role Descriptions and see what might best suit you, then fill-out our VOLUNTEER APPLICATION.
Once You’ve Applied
All applications will be carefully considered, and acceptances will be sent out in the week starting May 20th. But don’t worry if you don’t hear immediately – it will probably take the whole week to let everyone know.
In the meantime, the countdown has begun! Applications close at midnight on Monday May 20th, 2013! Make sure you get yours in before the deadline!