Burning Man news

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 … Read More

Christchurch is still in our hearts

The Electric Fencepost

Time moves on, headlines change, and events get pushed to the back of our heads. What happened in Christchurch that terrible day in March has forever changed us, and while its important to move on with life on one hand, on the other, we need to remind ourselves that help is there when we needed it. All you have to … Read More

Burning Man needs YOU!

The Electric Fencepost

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

Introducing the new Arts Facilitator for Kiwiburn – Diia Bourke

The Electric Fencepost

Hear Ye, Hear Ye, a new Arts Facilitator is in town! We’re very pleased to introduce Diia Bourke as the new person in charge of managing Art at Kiwiburn. She has been involved with Ignition and Burning Seed, helped build art at Kiwiburn and always seems to have a smiling face on the Paddock. Diia is a fantastic asset to … Read More

Paddock Radio: online

Electric Fencepost

Paddock Radio has come so far, it’s now online. What’s this noise you ask? Here is TripleFFF to explain what it’s all about… Paddock Radio started as an art project for Kiwiburn about three years ago. It’s a 100% solar powered, mobile, independent radio station built out of hobby gear and slapped into the back of a house truck. It’s … Read More

Aroha for our community

Kiwiburn Media Team

Illustration by Ruby Jones   Tēnā koutou katoa, We are filled with aroha and compassion for our Muslim communities, for all migrants, for former refugees and for Ōtautahi/Christchurch after the heart breaking and evil terrorist attack on Friday. Our condolences and love to Muslim and Kiwiburn community members who have been hurt by this attack. As a community, we support … Read More