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JRS VOLUME #9; ISSUE #14

JRS:V9:#14:03.13.05

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INTRODUCTION TO THIS WEEK'S JRS

BRC NEWS -

BURNING MAN THEME ART GRANTS ANNOUNCED FOR 2005
ART! THEME CAMPS! DMV VEHICLES! REGISTRATION HAS BEGUN
TICKETS, TICKETS - $225's ALMOST SOLD OUT!
GET YOUR EVENTS IN EARLY FOR THE WHATWHEREWHEN
BORG2 UPDATE

PARTICIPATE-

COVERING RENTAL VAN LOGOS - DARN GOOD IDEA FROM THE KITCHEN
TWO GREAT SITES FOR THE FREE EXCHANGE OF "STUFF"
MISS BLACK ROCK CITY PAGEANT - BEAUTY IS AS BEAUTY DOES
FILM CANISTERS NOT TINS FOR PLAYA ASHTRAYS?

EVENTS AND HAPPENINGS -

LARRY HARVEY APPEARANCE ADDED AT NATIONAL ARTS CLUB, NYC
HAWAII: KA PILINA: BURNAL EQUINOX
RECOMPRESSION 5 - VANCOUVER, CANADA 4/1-4/3
XARA DULZARA - SOUTHERN CAL - 4/22-4/24
ARIZONA'S TOAST! REGIONAL BURN 4/28-5/1
INTERFUSE: MIDWEST REGIONAL BURN - 5/13-5/15

ADMIN ON AND OFF THE JRS

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Howdy again!
173 days until Burning Man, and we're picking up the effort to get the JRS back on that weekly schedule you know and love, since - holy moley! - it seems like the season is suddenly in full swing. Don't know what the weather's doing where you are (we hear it snowed in NYC this weekend?) but spring's begun nipping at our heels in San Francisco, and the creeping mercury has set us to thinking about heading to the park to practice on our shade structures and tallbikes, and start our playa plans in earnest...but meantime, we tend to check out the calendar regularly for a chance to attend a regional event this spring! All at once, our inbox is filled with requested JRS announcements, and we're only too happy to oblige so you can get in on the fun.

For example, this Rabbit spent a few minutes on Thursday talking to our friend Grover, who, along with the Arizona burn group, is busy gearing up for this year's TOAST! regional burn. Yes, you still have a chance to get your tickets to this fantastic regional event (4/28-5/01), and head out to enjoy a vibe which, we're told, hearkens back to the early days of Burning Man in its remote, desert-bound magic. We at JRS can certainly vouch for the fine company of the folks in the Arizona Burning Man crowd, and we highly encourage you to check out http://toast-town.org/ and get your tickets now! Truth is, one could make a full circuit traveling all the Spring regional events - we've also got announcements from Hawaii, Vancouver, California, the Midwest (home sweet Missouri, here I come) AND Arizona. We know we'll have even more announcements as the spring continues to spring. See "Events and Happenings" for more info...and don't forget, keep your eyes on http://www.burningman.com/calendar/yearround/month.php for the low-down on the goings-on, all year long.

Even with those events, we notice, we've started to feel that other pull - yep, it's time to get crackin' on those playa plans! And so, this JRS, we're thrilled to bring you all kinds of BRC NEWS: the list of the 2005 Burning Man Theme Art Grant recipients, for starters, along with the launch of the questionnaires for Theme Camps, Art Installations, and Mutant/Handicapped Vehicles! Plus, a little bird (okay, the Ticket folks) told us that our $225 tickets are going fast. With only a few left, you'll want to scroll down and hit that link, if you haven't yet purchased yours for Burning Man 2005. And of course, it's never too early to announce your playa event to ensure it gets printed in the WhatWhereWhen - the deadline comes up fast for the print version of the event calendar, so be sure to read the submission guidelines below and get it in as soon as you have your details squared away!

This week's PARTICIPATE! is also full of some playa-prep news. To wit: no matter if you eat only energy bars and cup-o-noodles on the playa, you'll still want to consider including cooking oil in your packing list. Huh? Why, to smear on your rental truck, of course! (You'll have to read it to see what we mean.) And there's no time like the present to visit useful websites where you can obtain free (or swapped) recycled materials for your camp or project! Then, lock that bathroom door to practice your beauty-queen waves in the mirror for the Miss Black Rock City pageant (it's "elbow-elbow-wrist-wrist-wrist", right?) And, well, we don't mean to *encourage* the need for ashtrays, but if you must light up, you of course know NOT to throw those butts on the playa - a participant writes with another good suggestion for a playa ashtray.

Anyone else out there thinkin' that this is gonna be a stellar year? Yeah, us too.

(FYI and for what it's worth: we've done what we know how to do with the formatting problems in the JRS, and we do apologize profusely to those who are experiencing ugly problems. We'll keep working on alternatives, but please accept our apologies. We're sending plain text, but nothing seems to work for every reader.)

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BURNING MAN THEME ART GRANTS ANNOUNCED FOR 2005
The Art Department is pleased to announce the 2005 art honorariums. We received 140 proposals, nearly twice last year's 80 submissions, and we had a hard time funding everything we admired, despite our increased budget. In the end, we selected 30 projects - including 18 large scale installations, 9 fire pieces, 3 light art projects, and 3 mobile art projects. Five of these installations will burn. Some additional grants will be given to projects under consideration for the Funhouse, on which the man will stand this year. Those will be announced shortly.

The grant committee consists of Larry Harvey, Crimson Rose, LadyBee, Beth Scarborough - artist advocate for the Art Department - and Mark Van Proyen - art critic and instructor at the San Francisco Art Institute. We are very pleased with the volume and quality of the proposals, and we thank everyone who submitted a proposal.

Here are the artists and artworks the Burning Man Project is helping to fund in 2005:

Aeolian Harps by Micheline Cot=E9 and Robert Paton of Inverness, CA
Ajna by Kasia Wojnarski of Portland, OR
Alien Semaphore by Hedley Davis of San Jose CA
Angel of the Apocalypse by the Flaming Lotus Girls, San Francisco
Bed in Your Head by Karen Lewis of Oakland, CA
Bike with Two Brains by Jason Olshefsky of Rochester NY
Black Rock City Rickshaw Fleet by Jay Bain of San Francisco, CA
Clockworks by Liam McNamara of San Francisco CA
Colussus by Zachary Coffin of Atlanta, GA
Dicky Box by Logan Mirto and Christian Davies of San Francisco CA
Dreamer by Pepe Ozan of San Francisco
Eyes Wide Open Labyrinth by Sheila Morgan of Brooklyn NY
Fire Pendulums by Pyrokinetics (Danya Parkinson and Joe Bard) of
Sebastopol CA
Fire Pod by Buphalo of Bellingham WA
Headspace by Michael Matteo of Los Angeles CA
Inner Mind by Gary Stadler of San Diego. CA
Interactive Laser Harps by Jen Lewin of Boulder CO
Kinetic Sculpture (not named yet) by Henry Change & Erik Stauber (Soul in the Machine) of San Diego, CA
Lawnmower Man by Kevin Walsh & Jeri Countryman of San Francisco CA
Mach 12e by Chris Airola, Nils R. Christian, Tom E. Hall, Jordan Howland, Chuck Kralovich, Domenica ovaglia, Chris McMullen, Michelle McMullen, Christopher Pfeifle, Gabriel Joshua Stern, Steven Withycombe, Thomas York of Seatlle, WA
Metal sculpture, as yet untitled, by Michael Christian of Oakland, CA
Passage by Dan Das Mann & Karen Cusolito of San Francisco, CA
Quixotic Windmill Burn by Eric Miller of Plymouth MI
Rubber Horses by Dorothy Trojanowski of Brooklyn, NY
Sola by Sage Kochavi & Ryan Wartena of Boston MA
Stadium of the Self by Kate Raudenbush of New York, NY
Synapses by Charlie Smith & Jaime Ladet of Atlanta, GA
Temple of Dreams by Mark Grieve and crew of Petaluma, CA
Tower of Dreams by David Best of Petaluma, CA
Vritti by Christopher Schardt of San Francisco CA

Congratulations to all of the above! We look forward to working with all of the artists, and we can promise you a spectacular array of art on the playa this year.

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ART! THEME CAMPS! DMV VEHICLES! REGISTRATION HAS BEGUN

Register Your Projects! Art installation, theme camp, mutant vehicle, and handicapped vehicle questionnaires are now live! If you have an art project or theme camp that you want to register for placement, or a mutated or handicap vehicle you wish to drive at Burning Man 2005, please visit our website and read all of the supporting information before filling out the appropriate questionnaire ... and be sure to watch the deadlines!

Guidelines:
Theme Camp Guidelines:
http://www.burningman.com/themecamps_installations/themecamps
Art Installation Guidelines:
http://www.burningman.com/themecamps_installations/installations
Mutant and Handicapped Vehicle Guidelines:
http://www.burningman.com/on_the_playa/playa_vehicles/dmv_2004.html

Registration Deadlines:
Theme Camps - June 30th, 2005
Art Installations - July 15th, 2005
Mutant and Handicapped Vehicles - July 15th, 2005

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TICKETS, TICKETS - $225's ALMOST SOLD OUT!

Greetings from Ticketland!! Do YOU have your Burning Man ticket yet? If NOT read on because the $225 tickets are ALMOST sold out!

There are only a couple hundred $225 tickets available for ONLINE sales. Once these are gone, the only place to get a $225 ticket will be through Mail Order. There are LIMITED quantities of $225s available through each method so hop to it because they are not going to last much longer.

To buy your tickets online go here and scroll to the bottom AFTER reading all the juicy info:
http://tickets.burningman.com/
To order your tickets by mail:

1. Get a money order or cashier's check - made out to Burning Man for the amount of your tickets.
2. CLEARLY print your full name, mailing address, contact info such as email or phone number and indicate how many tickets you wish to purchase.
3. We STRONGLY encourage you to have your tickets sent via secure delivery. If you wish to use this service - lease add $10 to your order.
4. Send all of that goodness to this address:
Burning Man
PO Box 884688
San Francisco, CA 94188-4688
If you have a question about a ticket that you ordered ONLINE go here and use the pull down menu:
http://tickets.burningman.com/contact.php

The Ticket Team will be selling tickets at the Spring Town Meeting on April 2nd in San Francisco (see http://burningman.com/news/townhall_05.html if you missed JRSV9:#13).

Ticket sales will be cash only at this venue - stop by the Swedish American Hall and look for the ticket table.
Stay tuned for info about our 2005 walk-in Ticket Outlets - coming soon to a JRS near you!
See y'all on the playa!
The Ticket Team

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GET YOUR EVENTS IN EARLY FOR THE WHATWHEREWHEN

You heard it here first! The fabulous, friendly and fearless team that brings you the WhatWhereWhen (the indispensable little gate handout that's overflowing with the list of events and happenings in BRC) is ready for your submissions!

"How do I get my playa event into the WhatWhereWhen?" you may be wondering. Well, it's easy! The submissions received for the online Playa Calendar get exported, massaged, proofread, printed and then eventually stuffed into a box, where they magically appear in your hands as you enter the gates of Black Rock City! =46rom pixels to paper, just like that! So, if you'd like your fabulous playa event listed, take a moment to submit your entry as SOON as you can - the deadline comes up fast (usually mid-July) because the publication takes so long to print. We've also got to have time to get back to you if there's a problem... plus it's a real drag to have to go over them all at once. We will put out another announcement later in the year when we approach the cutoff date. You will always be able to add new entries, right up to the event, but only entries received before the mid-July cutoff date will make it into the printed guide.

Please take note of the AM/PM selector next to the time! Every year we get people who submit an event and then email us right away to say that they entered "AM" instead of "PM" and need their event changed! Unfortunately, you can't go edit your own entries ( a few folks actually meddled with other people's entries, unfortunately) so please take care and try to have the details of your event ironed out in advance.

The link to enter your event: http://burningman.com/calendar/playa/
Thanks and we look forward to your submissions!
Bex & Spanky

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BORG2 UPDATE
BORG2 moves forward with an experimental project designed to demonstrate a radically collaborative community process to fund and curate public works of art at Burning Man 2005. The Experiment: http://www.borg2.org/mission.php3

The BORG2 Art Council was elected through an on-line voting process and is committed to community involvement and open source information. The Art Council: http://www.borg2.org/council.php3

The BORG2 Art Council has met with Burning Man Project (JRS note: yep, that's "Project" not "BORG", for what it's worth) organizers Larry Harvey and Marian Goodell, and both organizations have expressed a willingness to lend a helping hand, work together and cooperate in order to achieve a common goal of art and community. BORG2 is now raising funds through many channels and has secured Somarts Cultural Center as their fiscal sponsor for tax-deductible donations. Members of our community are planning fundraisers across the country to support the ART and ARTISTS of Burning Man. On March 18th, BORG2 will launch it's program with an initial "Pile O' Pennies" art grant of $1,000. Deadline for art proposals for this grant is March 16. If you would like to vote in the art selection process for this grant, please sign up before the deadline. Larger grants are also available. For more information and a list of art proposals visit: http://www.borg2.org/artists.php3

BORG2 will also raffle off a Burning Man admission ticket at the BORG2 Town Hall Meeting on April 3rd. To enter: (1.) donate $20 to the BORG2 Art Fund and (2.) provide a Resource tip for artists. Details: http://www.borg2.org/tngraffle.php3

Sign up today for the BORG2 mailing list. You will receive the 'BullHorn', a weekly announcement of news, special events, volunteer opportunities and information on art project proposals. You will also be notified for BORG2 Voter registration for the upcoming art selection elections: http://saucer.spaceship.com/mailman/listinfo/bep Won't you please join us and get involved in this radically participatory experiment to bring even more exciting and inspiring art to Burning Man. Volunteer Info: http://www.borg2.org/volunteersubmit.php3

Donate now, to help more artists get their art to the playa: http://www.borg2.org/Donate.html

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COVERING RENTAL VAN LOGOS - DARN GOOD IDEA FROM THE KITCHEN

Arthur pointed out: "Since you mentioned vehicle logos, last year I demonstrated an easy way to cover RV logos without damage using a $2 spray can of olive oil followed by liberal application of playa dust. If (someone) had olive oil in 1 gallon pump sprayers they could wipe out every rental truck logo right at the gate. Fully organic, washes right off, etc."

{We haven't tried this, but Jackrabbits just love playa ingenuity!)

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TWO GREAT SITES FOR THE FREE EXCHANGE OF "STUFF"

Who says that building your project has to cost a fortune or consume unnecessary resources, anyway? What about a theme camp or interactive artwork made entirely out of free or donated stuff? We know a lot of us already plan around these lines, and it's a great way to recycle... well, here are a few ways to expand your available resource pool!

We were urged by a fella named TC3 to remind everyone about http://www.freecycle.org - you can join a Freecycle community in your area and... well, in their words: "When you want to find a new home for something -- whether it's a chair, a fax machine, piano, or an old door -- you simply send an e-mail offering it to members of your Freecycle(TM) group.

Or, maybe you're looking to acquire something yourself. Simply respond to a member's offer, and you just might get it. After that, it's up to the giver to decide who receives the gift and to set up a pickup time for passing on the treasure.

One main rule: Everything posted must be free, legal, and appropriate for all ages."

Craigslist.org always has a "Free" link for stuff being given away in your area... http://www.craigslist.org

And of course don't forget http://www.obtainium.net , which seems to have had several of the first posts the year just a few weeks ago... 'tis the season, no?

If you've got ideas for saving money/recycling stuff into playa fabulousness, please be sure to share them!

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MISS BLACK ROCK CITY PAGEANT - BEAUTY IS AS BEAUTY DOES

Hello Citizens of Black Rock!
2004 was the premiere year for the Miss Black Rock City Project, and what a year it was! We produced four events: The Sash Making Workshop, the Miss Illumination 2004 Special Event, and of course the Miss Black Rock City 2004 Preliminaries and Main Event.

I am so impressed by the dedication of all of the contestants - they all 'got it' and seemed to be having such a great time, as I know I was! This process has always been about them: the regions, installations, theme camps, projects and/or independent spirits they represent. The Miss Black Rock City 2004 main event had finalists from New York, Southern and Northern California, Virginia, Texas, Reno, Chicago, Toronto - and more!

Take a look around our site at http://www.missblackrockcity.com for participant biographies, photos, stories of our past events, our theme song, 2004 thank yous, and other bits of anti-corporate beauty propaganda... Participation for all events is always open to all women and men of any (or no) sexual preference and/or identity. Anyone can enter - and anyone can win. Plastic surgery, an eating disorder, Vaselined teeth and double-sided tape are not required!

In 2005 we hope to bring you Miss Flipside 2005 and of course we will be back for Miss Black Rock City 2005. Thanks to all who participated in 2004!

::stacycats
http://www.missblackrockcity.com

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FILM CANISTERS NOT TINS FOR PLAYA ASHTRAYS?

In response to the call for Altoid-like tins for playa ashtrays....Heather responds to Playapatsy:
"Film containers are better because they are air tight and won't leak ashes everywhere. You'd think they would melt, but put the lit butt in the container, snap on the lid, and shake hard. That's what I used last year on the playa, and it worked like a charm! Plus, they'd be cheaper to ship to you ;)"

Whatever it takes, just don't let it hit the ground....

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LARRY HARVEY APPEARANCE ADDED AT NATIONAL ARTS CLUB, NYC

March 14 (Opening Reception)
March 17 (Larry Harvey)
The National Arts Club to host Burning Man show by photographer Gabe Kirchheimer in the Grand Gallery, March 8-26.
Opening reception Monday, March 14, 2005, 6-10 PM.
Larry Harvey to speak at the NAC Thursday, March 17 at 8 PM.
To view images: http://www.gabekphoto.com

New York's National Arts Club will host an exhibition of photographs of the Burning Man arts festival by NYC-based photojournalist Gabe Kirchheimer, running from March 8-26 with an opening reception March 14. Kirchheimer's BM photographs have been featured in Artforum, the NY Times, Rolling Stone, the London Times, Domus and many other publications. This show will mark the first time that a large selection of his oversize pictures will be displayed for an extended period in New York. Kirchheimer's one-night show at 20 Greene Gallery last December was highlighted by the NY Times' Arts and Leisure section, which published "Tea With Ken," a photograph taken at Burning Man 2003.

The show is open to the public beginning March 8.
Opening reception March 14, 6-10 PM in the Grand Gallery

The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park South (20th Street Between Park Avenue and Irving Place)
New York, NY
For NAC info and Gallery hours: 212 475-3424

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HAWAII: KA PILINA BURNAL EQUINOX

March 19, 8 PM - 2 A<
OAHU

(Oahu) Ka Pilina's 2005 Burnal Equinox
At Anna Bannana's (2440 S. Beretania St.)
Saturday, March 19th, 8 pm - 2 am
$15 for 18-20, $10 over 21, free for pre-registered performers, artists, and volunteers (PAV)

Six months to Burning Man! Kick off the new year of local interactive art at "Burnal Equinox" our first interactive art show of 2005 including an appearance by Andie Grace and Bex Workman from BMHQ.

See http://www.kapilina.org/oahu/event011.html for all the details and to find out how to get on the PAV list at the door.

Questions: email hawaii
Visit the Hawaii page for more info on this group:
http://regionals.burningman.com/us_hi.html

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RECOMPRESSION 5 - VANCOUVER, CANADA

April 1-3, 2005
Recompression 5: April 1st-3rd, 2005

http://recompression.com Tickets on sale now - Limited to 160 participants.

Recompression is an annual gathering hosted by the Burning Man Vancouver community. We are inspired by, and share values with, Burning Man. We create a Temporary Autonomous Zone that we, as participants, share responsibility for building. Our community experience features a Burn celebration, music, art, performance, workshops, theme camps, fire-spinning, ritual, gift-giving, experiential communication and friendship. We celebrate Recompression in an oceanside rain forest setting on British Columbia's beautiful Sunshine Coast. We are an active, friendly and diverse community, and we've always warmly welcomed Burners and other like-minded folk from around the world. Include yourself, include others!

Questions: email vancouver
visit the Vancouver page for more info on this group
http://regionals.burningman.com/ca_bc_van.html:

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XARA DULZARA - SOUTHERN CAL. EVENT 4/22-4/24

Xara's Third Annual Creative Mythology Festival

The Xara Project
April 22-April 24

http://members.cox.net/xara-project/default.htm

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ARIZONA'S TOAST! REGIONAL BURN April 28-May 1
From the TOAST! website: "Toast!, the Arizona Burn is about self reliance, self expression and creativity in an environment where we celebrate the differences in people instead of ridiculing them. More importantly, you as an attendee create what the event is. Individual and group participation and creativity is what Toast! is about. Each person has unique talents=97some of us don't define ourselves as artists, but everyone has some talent or skill to offer as a participant at this event. We offer you the opportunity to explore those skills and talents with us. Remember, don't come to be entertained... You are the entertainment!"

http://toast-town.org/

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INTERFUSE: MIDWEST REGIONAL BURN

Boonville, MO - May 13-15
InterFuse Tickets Are Now Available!

After much preparation and excitement, tickets for InterFuse, are now avaiable for $15.00 each. InterFuse is Midwest Burners' 2nd annual regional burn in Boonville MO, May 13-15, 2005. Tickets will be sold until April 23 or until they sell out. InterFuse population is capped at 500, so you may not want to wait until the last minute to buy yours!

IMPORTANT: Tickets are pre-sale only and will NOT be sold at the InterFuse gate. Visit http://www.midwestburners.com to buy tickets online or to print out the mail order form to pay by check or money order. If you are purchasing InterFuse tickets, please remember to sign up online for Midwest Burners membership first. Membership is free and easy!

We can't wait to create this experience with you!

More info: email missouri, email kansascity

To learn more about the Midwest burn groups, hit your state on the map here: http://regionals.burningman.com

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