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A Shout Out from the Las Vegas Weekly about the Youth Educational Spaceship Docking in Las Vegas.


Burning Man Participants are Manifesting the Playa more Frequently in Las Vegas

The Las Vegas Weekly writes about how Burning Man participants are bringing Burning Man to Las Vegas.  Read more about it HERE.


“Who Could Like This Life?”- MotoMoto Circus

BWB MomotoSince 2008 Burners Without Borders has been supporting the MotoMoto Circus project in Mombasa, Kenya. This program has been working to engage, support and empower marginalized street living youth in Kenya through the medium of Fire Dancing.

Some of these boys, who have been with MotoMoto on and off throughout this year or longer, shared some about their lives and what MotoMoto has meant to them.

If you would like to know more about these boys, please read more HERE.

Burning Man Beyond the Playa – KQED This Week

This is what KQED had to say about Burning Man, Beyond the Playa:

Every year for one week, bold, super-sized works of art spring to life in a harsh desert playa in Nevada. Burning Man, with hundreds of original works and more than 60,000 attendees, has become North America’s largest outdoor art festival. Host Thuy Vu meets the Flaming Lotus Girls, a female-driven team of Bay Area artists who are pushing themselves to the limit to create an enormous metal tree stump with fire-breathing fungi. Vu also examines how the Burning Man art scene has blossomed beyond the desert, with iconic sculptures transplanted to urban settings and even major civic installations like The Bay Lights.

Published on Sep 6, 2013

It’s Burning Man Everyday

Burning Man’s outreach groups and affiliated organizations, (Burning Man Project, Burners Without Borders, The Black Rock Arts Foundation, Black Rock Solar, and The Burning Man Regional Network) have been highlighted in a post on IGNITE ME! We enjoyed it and we hope you will too!