SL15B Community Celebration applications open

Via the SL15BCC website

2018 marks the fifteenth anniversary of Second Life opening its doors to full public access. It’s a milestone year for the platform. This means this year’s celebrations are going to be special. Already the regions have been delivered to the grid, and work is in hand to build them out.

The Dates

This year, SL15B will run from Sunday, June 17th through Sunday, June 24th, inclusive.

The Theme

From the SL15BCC website:

As Second Life begins to celebrate its 15th birthday, our “crystal” theme aims to inspire residents to reflect both on the past and see into the future. The community is encouraged to use the crystal aesthetic and concept to creatively express their favourite SL features of the past while also looking forward into the future. The “crystal” theme allows for exploration of the tapestry of time that weaves together the past, present and future of Second Life.

Applications

On Friday, April 13th,  the organisers opened the doors to applications from exhibitors, performers and presenters. Those wishing to apply for any of these positions are asked to read the General Event Policies for SL15B, and then proceed as follows:

SL14B Stage Left; Inara Pey, June 2017, on Flickr From SL14BCC – the Stage Left build

In addition, bloggers and press wishing to get full access to SL15BCC to cover the event should complete the Press Access form.

Volunteers to help run the event are also being sought. If you are interested in helping with things as a greeter, stage manager, exhibitor assistant, etc., then please read the Volunteer Code of Conduct, and then complete the Volunteer Application form.

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