Participate & Co-Create
Participation taken to the extreme
However, IMMEDIACY is another principle so during the event you’re also more than welcome to spontaneously help for any task, create art, or perform.
Note that none of the performers or artists are paid. There are art grants one can apply for in order to support the co-creators though (see list below).
Program for BBB 2019
Closer to the event we will share the co-created events, workshops, performances, art installations, DJ line-up…
FLUFFERS, HOSTESSES, GATE, LNT, FIRE SAFETIES, HEROES, WELFARIES
♡ Please SIGN UP! ♡
As you know, BBB is a co-created event, meaning that everyone’s participation is needed to make it the best experience possible.
- For this we ask everyone to sign up for at least 2 shifts on the following page (BBB 2019).
- If you are interested to sign up for the Welfare Enough fill in the form on this page (BBB 2019).
- If you sign up for the set up (30/4) you have to come a day before the event officially starts, and if you sign up for the strike you have to stay until Monday (6/5). Only people that sign up for these shifts are allowed on site before or after the event.
- If you sign up to shifts and then resell your registration to someone else, make sure you also transfer the shifts you signed up for to that person! How to do this: go to the relevant form you used to sign up for a shift (see point 1 & 2 above), access your shift info & forward this to the person you sold your registration to.
Apply to express your creativity urges
“Why apply?” should you say. In order to best express your talent and possibly get help from the community. More details in the forms below.
Art Installations: Sign up here
Live Music or Performances: Sign up here
Workshops: Sign up here
DJs: Sign up here
A word by our Art Grant Team Lead
Art, lets really think about art for a minute. What does it do to us? Why is it important? What is the process behind art? its purpose? Depending on different aspects, including time and place, art will be express in a complete different way, through a complete different medium, expressing a different idea and finally affecting people who witness the art piece itself.
When I went to Burning Man back in 2011 one of my favourite things to do was to stand right in front some amazing art pieces that were in the middle of the desert. Some of them made me reflect on human evolution, they made me think in a more positive way on where we could be at as a species. I could tell that some of those installations made people around them curious, happier, triggered making their day more valuable.
At burn events art becomes a participatory shared experience and is an invaluable opportunity for a creative artist to let his or her work to be in contact with a more open audience.
Art Gran Team Lead