Summer of Spark is an event which celebrates the community spirit of self-expression and creativity by gathering together for a one day event to share art, music, workshops, community activities, education, etc. and then end the celebration with a temporary art installation burn (if you’re not familiar what a temporary art installation burn is, imagine an 18 foot sculpture representing that is set on fire and burned to the ground in a symbolic tradition).
Information on the event
- This will be a Burner Friendly summer event and fundraiser to support our Burner art grant program.
- Family Friendly, under 18 must be accompanied by an adult (there will be ID checks and wristbands for those 21 and over)
- There are ample chances to get involved as a performer, artist, theme camp, or volunteer. Make sure to fill out the volunteer form to get more information.
- There will be an Event Art Burn
- Got more event questions? Check out our event FAQ’s here.
- For all things kids, from details on kid events to family reunite wristbands, check out the Kid Zone FAQ’s here.
- Looking to get involved? There are a lot of teams that make this whole thing work! These teams are made up entirely of volunteers. Volunteers are the lifeblood of any event. Everyone involved volunteers their time and effort to make the experience possible. We need help from YOU.
VOLUNTEER: Sign Up as an Event Volunteer here.
This event operates to follow the 10 Principles; not to dictate of how people should be and act, but as a reflection of the community’s ethos and culture as it has organically developed. Summer of Spark follows these principles:
♦ Radical Inclusion ♦ Gifting ♦ Decommodification ♦ Radical Self-reliance
♦ Radical Self-expression ♦ Communal Effort ♦ Civic Responsibility ♦
♦ Leaving No Trace ♦ Participation ♦ Immediacy ♦
Summer of Spark is a Leave No Trace event. Everyone is responsible for packing out their own garbage and leaving the land just as we found it- plan ahead!
Facebook Event Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/749330908569731/