Paddock Radio is Streaming Now!

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Wanna listen to some cool Kiwi made tunes, maybe even your own sure-to-win a Grammy masterpiece? The folk(s) at Paddock Radio are streaming music live, and they are happy to showcase your own diddies to an increasing audience. The first successful stream was on Monday 15 April , so why not be one of the first to have your music … Read More

Burning Man news

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  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 … Read More

Burning Man needs YOU!

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Recently we reported on the permit issues that Burning Man is having, which have been further complicated by unreasonable requests made by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) which are putting the future of Burning Man into serious jeopardy. Some of the requests would cost millions, though perhaps more importantly, they go directly against the fundamental elements of Burning Man. Read … Read More

Decommodification vs Burning Man art on a runway

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An internationally renowned fashion designer and veteran Burner decides to make Burning Man the focal point of his newest collection debuting during Paris Fashion Week, and Burning Man was not impressed. Where is the line between fashion, commerce and preserving the integrity of art displayed on the Playa, even when the artist gives consent? Read all about it in our KB-log … Read More

Permit tribulations for Burning Man 2019

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It seems that having difficulty obtaining consent and permits from authorities is a universal problem for Burner events, and the original is not exempt. Burning Man details its difficulties to align with recommendations (372 page document and 11 technical reports) by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) here. This authority is responsible for issuing a new 10 year permit, so the … Read More

Regional Round Up, nice to see you again

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Can you be too offensive at Burning Man? What is offensive when you follow radical self expression, shouldn’t you just walk away and practice some radical self-reliance? Read a Caveat rebuttal in the Burning Man Journal. Burning with Curiosity – a first timer attends Miami’s “Love Burn” and tells us all about it in this epic tale, way to go … Read More

Burning Man tickets on sale dates

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Time is racing along and 2019 Burning Man Metamorphosis is not far away. Want to be there? Well, you can! Here is all the info on tickets and when you can buy them. Please only use the official page for ticket information buying tickets. FOMO (formerly known as Pre-Sale) registration begins on 13-15 March, with the actual FOMO sale starting on … Read More

Know your Regionals

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The Burning Man network is always growing every year world-wide. Do you plan your travels around Regional events? You can alway find out what is on here.

Feeling the love?

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Burning Wish is a community of survivors, caregivers and volunteers making Burning Man accessible to cancer patients and their families. Learn more here about how you can be involved.

Regional Round Up

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Membership Applications for the new Burning Seed Entity The Burning Seed restructure committee is seeking expressions of interest from people who want to be a member of the new entity that will run Seed into the future. Details here. Theme Camp Info Night – Melbourne A chance for those curious to bring a Theme Camp to Burning Seed in 2019 … Read More

Regional Round Up

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News from over there, there, and somewhere else… Project Citizenship – update on Burning Man’s efforts to re-address some problematic emerging culture of Black Rock City, launched in 2017. The ticketing changes (mentioned in this post) are one of the results of this. Do these things apply to Kiwiburn?  On that note – symbol or logo; a discussion on the Burning … Read More

Important ticketing changes: Black Rock City 2019

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“Burning Man is anything but convenient, and therein lies its transformative potential!” – Maid Marian A shift in the culture of Burning Man is driving significant changes in ticketing for the 2019 event. Read here about the changes put in place to preserve and protect the community ethos and maintain the integrity of Burner culture.

Regional Round Up

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Dragon Burn in China needs your help to build their effigy. More details here. The Radical City: Dreamers, Makers, and Doers Each year, Burning Man Project hosts the European Leadership Summit (ELS) in a new place and in 2019, that place is Aarhus! This April, 200 Burning Man community leaders from 30 countries will gather in Aarhus on Saturday, 13 April. … Read More

The Giant Weta finds a forever home

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The Giant Weta Pukaha

Photo by Shelley Watson   A fantastical amazing journey has almost come to an end for The Giant Weta and the Auckland Burners team who created her! She was welcomed to her new home in the Waiararapa, in the most lush and beautiful site imaginable at Pūkaha, National Wildlife Centre. A small team travelled from Auckland to install her for … Read More

Burning Man news

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Burning Man 2019 will feature The Temple of Direction by Geordie Van Der Bosch. Read about it here. Burners Without Borders (BWB) has launched Community Conversations, a video series about how to create communities and projects focused on civic engagement and social impact. Check out the first conversation by BWB-Vancouver lead Kristy Abel, who talks about the five-year project Christmas Isn’t Over. … Read More

Transformational Event Cultures

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A two-day symposium – Burning Man and Transformational Event Cultures – took place at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland in late November. With non-exclusive attention to Burning Man and its movement, the symposium was intended to explore the wide parameters of transformational event cultures. Read more here.

Round up your Regionals…

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Cool conversations currently occurring concerning community and collaboration… and… …Like this one, on how Afrikaburn is managed. For the geek in you! …A burning book – by South Afrikan photographer Simon O’Callaghan. Any profits go to Afrikaburn. …Burn2… the world’s first and only official virtual Regional event. Yep, a cyberburn. Thus year it took place at the beginning of November; participants … Read More

There and everywhere, it’s a Round Up!

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Welcome back to the Regional Round up, drawing in news from the rest of the world to tickle your eye-lobes (yep totally a thing). But first, a pop quiz! What does a world-wide mosaic, a Minotaur in Toulouse, some bums, the world of design and some graffiti have in common? The answers lie within… Oh look! Collaborative art – draw a picture, … Read More

The Burning Stories project

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Did you attend Burning Man this year (or any year)? Got a story to tell? The academic team at Burning Stories would love to hear it! We know that time in Black Rock City leads to real, impactful change in individuals and communities, but as of now there is little scientific research on the topic. The Burning Stories project is … Read More

A round up of sorts…

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Tēna koutou, here is some offshore news for your viewing pleasure. Ka pai world and thanks for all the fish. Dive into the past.. and into Burning Man mischief, the story-before-the-story… find out about BRC before it was even on the beach and where it’s gone in the meantime… as told on the Binnekring Blog. Also this.  For example! Commandeering … Read More