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A Special Performance for One Billion Rising by Tansee!

Tansee presents a beautiful performance on LEA1

Tansee presents a beautiful performance on LEA1

2pmSLT Sunday 6th December: Tansee at Safe Haven: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LEA1/113/104/2502
Tansee will be performing her stunningly beautiful particle performance, specially created for the 2Lei Festival around the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women (of which our installations on LEA1 are a part).

Safe Haven
Level 2: special transport link at http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LEA1/181/42/21
One Billion Rising in Second Life in association with 2 Lei in Second Life presents Safe Night. This event is part of 2Lei’s installations for the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.

Safe Haven, the upper level, features a series of powerful and thought-provoking installations by Krystali Rabeni, Johannes1977 and Taralyn Gravois on the theme of Safe Night.

Seating on Safe Haven

Seating on Safe Haven

The installations are:
Daze of Innocence by Taralyn Gravois
If These Walls Could Talk by Johannes1977
It’s Closer than you think by Krystali Rabeni (shown in our featured image)
The Safe Haven by Taralyn Gravois
If The Beaten Woman Rises by Krystali Rabeni
Silent Reflections by Krystali Rabeni

Forest Haven for One Billion Rising in Second Life
Level 1 – the Forest Haven: special transport link at http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LEA1/181/42/21
Forest Haven is a tranquil spot to explore, relax, enjoy, and think: a beautiful and peaceful forest, curated by Aisling Sinclair. There are paths leading to beautiful natural features, and also places to pause and reflect on the theme of our planned event – the need for women to have freedom from fear of gendered violence, to be able to have a Safe Night.

Forest Haven for One Billion Rising in Second Life

Forest Haven for One Billion Rising in Second Life

Like its name, Forest Haven is meant to be a safe space, free from aggression. We ask that you keep that in mind during your visit.

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