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Poster for Burning Japan 2019. Theme is Hidden World

Burning Japan 2019 is coming in October!

The sixth Burning Japan happens 12–14 October at the same venue as last year, Tumagoi, Gunma. This year’s art theme is Hidden World. As the name implies, it is a hidden world:

A fairy tale picture book I read when I was little.
An unforgettable song I heard hundreds of times.
The words left by the philosophers of BC.
A place where the river was born, where I always go for a walk.There are innumerable entrances, but you can not see them.

Tickets on sale 20 June. More info on their website.

 

 

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The Burning Man Project

How can you leave a positive trace? Burning Man invites you this June solstice weekend to take creative initiative to activate and celebrate the ethos of Burning Man in your year-round community. Read more about the Leave a Positive Trace – Global Weekend of Action on the facebook event page.

Burning Man is calling on the community to help artfully activate the Everywhere/ARTery Pavilion in Black Rock City with performance, art, and interactive experiences. Fill out this form by 8 July 8 (PST) to express your interest in participating, and help create something magical in the dust! Read more on the facebook event page.

Over 1,800 people submitted substantive comments about the Draft EIS after it was published in March. Now the Bureau of Land Management’s Final Environmental Impact Statement has been published. Read more here.

Burning Man’s Longtime Director of Technology, CameraGirl, is being farewelled after 19 years! Her service is unparalleled and her commitment to Burning Man culture, the 10 Principles and the community runs deep. Read more in the Burning Man Journal.