Disciples Of The Dust Bring you 10 years of Burning Man Art
Artists Dale Grooms, Jeff Tangen, and Gary Gunderson will present a multimedia slide show of Burning Man Art from 2008-2018. Burning Man is an artist dream come true. There are no limits or requirements. Dream and build as small or big as you dare. We will touch on what is the man. How the temple came about. Our own art pieces and our favorites.
Each year artists bring 300-400+ pieces of placed art to Burning Man. This does not include the thousands of participants who dress up and become art. Nor does it include the Art Cars/mutant vehicles or art placed in camps. Members of the Disciples have been going to Burning Man for the last ten years, and done twelve art pieces over that time. We will discuss what Burning Man means to us and our own art and present selected art pieces of others from the last 11 burns. Our discussions will include the man and the importance of the temple. Burning Man is the largest week-long, leave-no-trace event in the US, with 70,000 participants, AKA “burners.”
Dale Grooms lives in Port Townsend and has gone to Burning Man 9 times starting in 2008. Dale took his first art piece “ibikebot” in 2018. Jeff Tangen lives in Port Townsend and has been to the last nine burns 2010-2018. Jeff and the Disciples of the Dust have been responsible for seven art projects. Seattleite Gary Gunderson, a seven-time Burning Man attendee, has had four art pieces and received a Burning Man Honorarium in 2015. Contact Dale at 208-315-3073 or email@example.com