(wow) Words Of Wonders Level 2453 Answers – This vision was created as part of the project to define the cultural direction of the City of Black Rock and is a road map to where we want our culture in the City of Black Rock over the next five to ten years. It addresses our current challenges, sets a course for the future, and suggests changes in deployment and other approaches over time.
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As the wilderness event evolved and our culture gained more attention and attention in mainstream society, questions and concerns arose about camp size, relative inclusion or exclusivity, interactive requirements, and the accommodation process. How do stores continue to grow and change? Where are we with turnkey, plug and play or easy camping? What direction are we planning for the next five to ten years?
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We need a vision to answer these questions and move the Black Rock City community into the future. We needed a clear, actionable vision that would give us direction without being too prescriptive. We need a philosophy that inspires us as individuals, leaders, citizens and team members. What we need is not the brain of a select few, but a vision that emerges from the wisdom of our community.
After months of hard work and community feedback, we’re excited to share this vision with you. This vision sets the cultural direction of residential Black Rock City for the next five to ten years.
Over the past nine months, you, the global Burning Man community, have shared your concerns, experiences, hopes, and ideas with the Cultural Orientation Team. This group of 19 Black Rock City citizens, who also include camp managers, staff, community members, regional liaisons and board members, digested a large amount of community feedback and wrote the vision together. We heard a lot in surveys, interviews, community conversations, online responses and live input sessions. If you would like to learn more about the feedback and community engagement process, please see the appendix at the end.
This vision addresses many of the cultural challenges we face in Black Rock City housing. The scope of the scene is the city itself – where we live, the camp culture and how we as people in the camps affect the city. We’re talking about all camps and camping – theme camps, villages, outdoor camps, walking camps, convertible camps, arts support camps, department camps, staff camps and work support camps.
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We wrote the scene from a “we” perspective, and “we” doesn’t just mean the opinion of those who wrote it. What is being planned comes from the contributions of our community. It is everyone’s responsibility to make this vision a reality. “We” means all of us.
We also wrote the scene in the present tense. Some things that are written don’t happen…yet. That is what we want to be true. That’s where we’re going. Read it with glasses for the future.
For example, one of the biggest cultural questions we heard was plug-and-play, or hands-on camping. The vision speaks to where we want to be in the future in this subject. In the next phase of this project, the implementation team will focus on this issue to determine the right approach in the future and confirm the standards we use to evaluate camps in light of this vision. You can read all the details about this next phase in the Burning Man Journal post we link to at the end.
Implementation within the Burning Man organization alone will not make the vision a reality. It will take all of us individually and as a team to make it happen. We hope you will actively lead the culture of this city we all love to grow positively and continue to do so in the future.
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Burning Man is a community. A temporary city. A global cultural movement based on 10 practical principles. Essentially, it is an opportunity to experiment with connection, commitment, self-expression and authenticity. It is a call to rethink how we want to live in the world and how we want people to be who they want to be, while being curious and respectful of others.
Burning Man seeks to be a technological antidote to the world of conventional status-driven, brand-saturated, convenience-optimized consumerism. Every year we create Black Rock City because we believe there is value and a completely different experience – one based on what you have to contribute, say, do, make and share.
Some things that are written don’t happen…yet. That is what we want to be true. That’s where we’re going. Read it with glasses for the future.
When Larry Harvey wrote the 10 Principles in 2004, they were a description of the ethos and culture of the community that developed organically from the event’s inception. The feedback we received on this vision statement continued to point to the 10 principles as the core of who we are as individuals and in the groups we call our communities. Today, those 10 principles remain the guiding principles of the Burning Man ethos, and this philosophy complements them.
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Culture is our collective life experience. It’s not something you do, it’s something you do. When we create, contribute and participate in Black Rock City, it inspires others to do the same. If one approaches Black Rock City as a consumer or spectator, it discourages others from contributing and devalues the experience. The success of Black Rock City’s Burning Man culture has always depended on the shared cultural values of our community.
As participants in Burning Man, our actions express the 10 principles and values of the culture. As individual residents of Black Rock City, we have a rich cultural history that we can strengthen and develop. Each individual’s actions collectively create the culture our city experiences.
“Unique acts of expression are transformed and amplified into social rituals, and through participation they acquire a broader meaning and depth that can only be produced in a shared environment. It is the fundamental process that creates culture.” – Larry Harvey
Even if we don’t understand each other, we respect each other and appreciate differences. Let’s start with a curious place. Instead of rebuking and judging, we practice learning and teaching. We don’t want to like or understand everyone, but we respect everyone’s right to self-expression.
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As citizens of Black Rock City, we embody personal responsibility – we do not expect things to be done for us (culture for convenience) or dictated (taking responsibility for our culture). Truly radical self-reliance and participation cannot be demonstrated, especially not through financial means.
Participation is our condition and comes in all shapes and sizes. Each person’s responsibility is to ensure a contribution to the city’s culture.
Black Rock City is an inclusive community. Our city is a welcoming place for all forms of diversity, including race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, ability, socio-economic, political and cultural background and other identities. Our actions serve to include radicals. “There’s enough exclusivity in the standard world that it shouldn’t happen at BRC.” – Respondent #136
Black Rock City is a place where we all feel free to be who we want to be, to fully express our opinions, and to fully respect the expressions of others. We practice consent, look out for each other and respect personal boundaries. Everyone decides who they want to be, at what moment and whether they want to say yes or no. We contribute to creating a safe space for full expression, where harassment and sexual violence are not tolerated
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We understand the necessity of impossibility. Black Rock City is a unique opportunity to step away from the devices and tools that shape our daily lives. We examine how our standard mundane practices distance us from being in Black Rock City and actively work to practice ways of being together. We understand that even our smallest actions can damage or strengthen our culture.
We know who we are, what we do, and we take ownership of our story. We protect our culture from exploitation and prevent the commoditization of ourselves, our expression, and our community. We act as cultural ambassadors and mentors to those seeking our community.
We understand that our community is collaborative and not based on a transactional exchange between customers. We carry gifts of all sizes, shapes and types. The city itself is a collective whole gift that is only possible with the participation of all citizens.
As Black Rock City Camps, our common activity culture expresses 10 principles and values. The 10 principles are incorporated and reinforced in each camp.
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Many residents of Black Rock City thrived through participation and association with the camps. Bearings