Where’ve You Been 13: The SLEA Bridge Project

Wednes­day, August 4th sees the pre­miere of a brand new episode in our series “Where’ve You Been?”, where we look at things to do and places to see in and around the Sec­ond Life Grid.

In Episode 13 we vis­it The Bridge Project, at the Sec­ond Life Endow­ment for the Arts (SLEA).

Our very first episode fea­tured the Sec­ond Life Endow­ment for the Arts. They had a great first six months, and are now into their sec­ond set of grantees. In this episode we revis­it The SLEA Bridge Project to see how it’s get­ting on. It is a two region con­nec­tive stretch between the home region (with it’s per­form­ing arts cen­tre, Machin­i­ma­land, and edu­ca­tion spaces, etc) and the quar­ter region small project area. It is metaphor­i­cal, but also practical. 

Its intent is to pro­vide all estab­lished and cred­i­ble art venues with a place to be rep­re­sent­ed and pro­mot­ed to all SLEA vis­i­tors in an effort to con­nect and increase both traf­fic and aware­ness of the diver­si­ty of art in Sec­ond Life.



Each episode of “Where’ve You Been?” is broad­cast on Wednes­days and Sat­ur­days for two weeks, at 12 noon and 4pm Pacif­ic / 8pm and mid­night UK time.