We got the dates a bit wrong so the deadline for art grant applications has been extended to March 1st.
Burning Man is nominally the world’s biggest outdoor art event. Burning Man art is typically the fun sort: interactive sculptural installations you can climb all over, combined with lights and flames.
It’s that our favorite time of year again… Dragon Burn season! What does that mean? Get ready for pre-parties, fundraisers, Burn-swaps, and Burnducation events leading up to the Dragon Burn 2019, May 1st-5th.
Here are the meeting minutes for the 8th March held at the Naked hub on Fuxing Lu.
We had a stellar influx of arts project applications — 23 so far and hundreds of people checked it out. However, we’re hungry for more and there is still some grant fund up for grabs.
We already have several projects lined up for Dragon Burn 2018.
Buy a ticket!
Ticket sales should open next week – be ready!
Submit an application!
APPLY NOW! Deadline March 4th
Applications must be in by March 4th.
Here are the meeting minutes for a brief post-site visit meeting we held on the 6th February. Attendance was low as we were in the run up to Chinese New Year.
The Ministry of Arts offers art grants! This fund comes from a combination of tickets sales and fundraising events and there is up to ¥20,000 to share among applicable arts projects.
Here are the meeting minutes for the Dragon Burn Planning meeting on the 25th January.