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Burn2 Planning Meetings

Request to Add Item to Planning Meeting Agenda

Weekly Planning Meetings

Burn2 holds planning meetings twice weekly for the primary purpose of planning events and activities for the regional. If you have a suggestion for an item to add to a meeting's agenda, you can submit your suggestion below. The leads will review the submitted items and set the agendas for the upcoming meetings.

When an item is submitted, the leads will consider the requested date and priority to set the agenda. If an item will be on the agenda for a meeting, it will be announced in inworld notices to the BurningMan 2.0 group before the upcoming meeting and posted on the agenda, found here.

• Meetings are held on Sunday mornings at 9:00 AM SLT and Thursday evenings at 9:00 PM SLT.
• The purpose of these meetings is for planning events and activities, or discussing ideas for events and activities.
• If an agenda item is an idea for something that a person needs to explain, we expect that the person submitting the item suggestion will be in attendance at the meeting when it is taken up for discussion. If the person is not at the meeting, their agenda item may be tabled for another date.
• Requests should be submitted at least two days before the date of the selected meeting.
• The categories on the form should be self-explanatory. Choose the best one for your item.

Planning Meeting Topic Submission

"People out here build whole worlds out of nothing, through cooperating."

Larry Harvey

"Burning Man is like a big family picnic. Would you sell things to one another at a family picnic? No, you'd share things."
Larry Harvey

"We take people to the threshold of religion. Our aim is to induce immediate experience that is beyond the odd, beyond the strange, and beyond the weird.
It verges on the wholly other."
Larry Harvey
Radical Inclusion: Anyone may be a part of Burning Man. We welcome and respect the stranger. No prerequisites exist for participation in our community.
Gifting: Burning Man is devoted to acts of gift giving. The value of a gift is unconditional. Gifting does not contemplate a return or an exchange for something of equal value.
Communal Effort: Our community values creative cooperation and collaboration. We strive to produce, promote and protect social networks, public spaces, works of art, and methods of communication that support such interaction.
Decommodification: In order to preserve the spirit of gifting, our community seeks to create social environments that are unmediated by commercial sponsorships, transactions, or advertising. We stand ready to protect our culture from such exploitation. We resist the substitution of consumption for participatory experience.
Radical Self-expression: Radical self-expression arises from the unique gifts of the individual. No one other than the individual or a collaborating group can determine its content. It is offered as a gift to others. In this spirit, the giver should respect the rights and liberties of the recipient.
Radical Self-reliance: Burning Man encourages the individual to discover, exercise and rely on his or her inner resources.
Civic Responsibility: We value civil society. Community members who organize events should assume responsibility for public welfare and endeavor to communicate civic responsibilities to participants. They must also assume responsibility for conducting events in accordance with local, state and federal laws.
Participation: Our community is committed to a radically participatory ethic. We believe that transformative change, whether in the individual or in society, can occur only through the medium of deeply personal participation. We achieve being through doing. Everyone is invited to work. Everyone is invited to play. We make the world real through actions that open the heart.
Leaving No Trace: Our community respects the environment. We are committed to leaving no physical trace of our activities wherever we gather. We clean up after ourselves and endeavor, whenever possible, to leave such places in a better state than when we found them.
Immediacy: Immediate experience is, in many ways, the most important touchstone of value in our culture. We seek to overcome barriers that stand between us and a recognition of our inner selves, the reality of those around us, participation in society, and contact with a natural world exceeding human powers. No idea can substitute for this experience.