The Glinka Gallery — Featuring artist Lash VV

June is Pride Month in the Unit­ed States and many oth­er coun­tries, and that’s just one of the rea­sons that we’re fea­tur­ing Wolf­gang Glinka’s Glin­ka Gallery in this edi­tion of “Where Have You Been?”.

For those who might not know, Pride Month start­ed in 1969 in the Unit­ed States as a response to the Stonewall riots, which served as a cat­a­lyst for the gay rights move­ment in the Unit­ed States and around the world. The obser­vance has grown and expand­ed over the years, and Pride Month cel­e­brates LGBTQIA+ cul­ture as well as work­ing to build rights awareness.

The Glin­ka Gallery holds reg­u­lar exhi­bi­tions and per­for­mances  on  the gallery’s five floors, fea­tur­ing fine art, sculp­ture, pho­tog­ra­phy, poet­ry, music and dance.

The Gallery has a black-tie dress-code. It’s part of the larg­er Geor­gian-themed Adult region for gay men called “Black Tie or Naked” at Seaforth.

The entire region is designed by own­er Theo Furse, and the Glin­ka Gallery respects the over­all theme through its black tie dress code, and sup­ports the region’s objec­tive to main­tain a safe space for gay men in Sec­ond Life.

Lash VV is a Ser­bian artist and design­er whose work revolves about spir­i­tu­al, reli­gious, erot­ic, pri­mal, nature, uni­ver­sal and wild expressions.

This episode will air­June 7, 10, 14, 17, 21 and 24 at 12 noon and 4pm SLT/Pacific Time.

You can vis­it the Glin­ka Gallery here.

The region Seaforth is rat­ed Adult.