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Kiwiburn Media Team

 

Leadership Summit

The sixth annual European Leadership Summit was held last week in Denmark. Read about it here.

Tickets to TTITD

The Main Sale didn’t go so smoothly last week and a lot of you missed out on tickets. Burning Man says: “Due to technical issues, Wednesday’s Main Sale was a rough experience for many. We are deeply committed to the fairness of our ticket sales, and we’re truly sorry for the negative experiences many of you encountered.” Read more in the Burning Man Journal.

Burning Man and Fly Ranch

In 2016, Burning Man acquired Fly Ranch, a 3,800 acre property just north of Black Rock City. This property is home to dozens of hot and cold springs, three geysers, acres of wetlands, dozens of animal species, and more than 100 identified types of plants. The Fly Ranch project is an opportunity to create a year-round rural incubator for Burning Man culture and a catalyst for innovation and creativity in the world.

To host residencies, gatherings, and projects at Fly Ranch, the site will need infrastructure. Here is an opportunity to mobilise the desert-tested ingenuity of the Burning Man community and the inspiration of a greater creative culture to build scalable and sustainable solutions in one of the harshest climates in the world. Want to help create the future? Read more here.