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Oct 9, 2018

Back in February 2007, Kiwiburn moved to the North Island and became a standalone event. A time of great change and growth, the theme was MEGAmorphosis, which gave rise to MEGAmorphosis Man featured on all our posters. Burning Man has announced its theme for 2019: Metamorphoses. “A celebration of change, and an exploration of uncertainty.” Read more about the theme here.

Every year Burning Man Arts issues Honoraria grants for the purpose of partially funding specific art projects for installation at the Burning Man event in Black Rock City. The Giant Weta was a 2016 recipient, and saw 40 Auckland Burners create and build a flame throwing steel weta then head to the playa with it! The 2019 grant cycle opens 16 October, 2018 (PST). The LOI submission deadline is 15 November (PST). More information here.

Inspired to build a Temple in Black Rock City? The Temple Grant Proposal Form is open now until Tuesday, 22 November (PST).

Black Top City:  Head to the Annual San Francisco Decompression event.

Burning Man Project Reno office opening to establish year-round presence in Nevada.

Burning Man Project cordially invites you to the Artumnal Gathering on Saturday, 17 November, an annual celebration of collaborators, artists, makers, creators, and inspirational communities of the worldwide Burning Man culture. Facebook event. In its twelth year, they are expanding with new festivities in celebration and support of Burning Man’s Art and Civic Engagement programs. You are encouraged to purchase tickets to one or more of the festivities and thanked for your generous support!

Leave No Trace, one last look at the playa after Resto.

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