Posts during March, 2014


March 3rd, 2014  |  Filed under News

Burning Man Transitions to Non-Profit Organization

The Man, 2012 (photo by Steven Fritz)

The Man, 2012 (photo by Steven Fritz)

BIG NEWS! It’s been a long time coming: we’re excited to announce that Burning Man achieved an historic milestone in January with the successful transition of the 24-year-old organization to a non-profit organization! The process has taken nearly three years, and now more than ever we’re positioned to support the global cultivation of art and community based on the 10 Principles.

“After 24 years of tending our garden in the desert, we now have the means to cultivate its culture worldwide,” said founder Larry Harvey. “Sometimes things just pop and this is one of those moments.” Read more »

March 1st, 2014  |  Filed under Afield in the World

The Inaugural Burning Man European Leadership Summit

Lituanica Birds, Lithuanian CORE project, 2013 (photo by Paulius Musteikis)

Lituanica Birds, Lithuanian CORE project, 2013 (photo by Paulius Musteikis)

More than 100 European regional contacts, community leaders and regional event leads gathered in Berlin with Burning Man staff Feb. 7-9 for the inaugural Burning Man European Leadership Summit.

Through three days of presentations, group discussions and networking, participants and staff gained a deeper understanding of the broad range of community initiatives and visions of the future shared by Burners from countries across the continent. Burning Man staff led seminars covering event production and the evolving role of regional contacts. Participants also shared experiences on the unique nature of leadership in a collaborative culture and across multiple languages. Read more »