IgNight Opening Night

Hosted by Makers of Phoenix

Public group

This is a past event

4 people went

Alwun House Foundation

1204 E Roosevelt St · Phoenix, AZ

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IgNight! An Interactive Art Experience celebrates the 10 principles of Burning Man (https://survival.burningman.org/culture/the-10-principles/) through the art of the Arizona Burning Man community. This month-long exhibit (closing May 10) will allow you to interact with a wide variety of Burner art, learn about the culture of Burning Man through hands-on activities, make new connections and explore a world outside of your own. If you’ve ever wondered what Burning Man is all about, join us and get a little closer to the flame!
http://alwunhouse.org/ignight

Free admission for all-ages, showcasing a sample of Burning Man art, culture, performance, philosophy, fire, and fashion. Burner art in and outside of the house, music performance, intriguing and thought-provoking talks, kid’s activities, fashion show, mutant vehicles and more!
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ignight-the-arizona-burning-man-experience-tickets-59187354972
https://www.facebook.com/events/1962748110488119/

Use ride sharing (Lyft/Uber/Waymo) or the Jam Tram ($5) from Ranch Market parking lot (SE corner by Windmill Express water station)
https://goo.gl/maps/p1jfFBudFmp1pWeK9

Pre-IgNight Expression Parade from Welcome Diner at 5:30 PM
We will walk to Alwun House no later than 6:30 so we can see the opening ceremonies at 6:45 at Alwun House. Dress to express for Alwun House fashion show later in the evening.
https://www.facebook.com/events/2380370748858337/
https://goo.gl/maps/eY1PFpLkfYG4ecA36

After Party Dancing (21+) at Sidebar Cocktail Bar for MAU, hosted by CATWORLD. Shuttle rides provided by the JamTram for just $5!
https://www.facebook.com/events/664085634043724/
https://goo.gl/maps/Htt2UfK5jEPsGgTx5

Burning Man experience started during summer solstice 1986, when two friends decided to burn a deconstructed wooden sculpture on a San Francisco beach. It’s grown into an annual convening for participants who create a temporary city in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert (Aug 25 - Sep 2), sharing large-scale art installations and performances, including many centered around fire. Last year, Burning Man drew about 70,000 people as one of the largest influences in the experiential economy.
https://burningman.org/
https://goo.gl/maps/ivRJU3tkpNzXDRjT6

Saguaro Man (May 1 - 5), whose volunteers will be gathering for a work session during Easter weekend, happens on a much smaller scale, yet it’s a significant part of Burning Man culture.
http://saguaroman.net/volunteer/work-weekend-2019/
https://goo.gl/maps/2T3ZqU76Ffuxoj1f8