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Community Crew – it’s all about YOU YOU YOU!

Community Crew makes Seed happen

You. Yes YOU! (Photo: Onur Karaozbek)

by Neil Power aka Neillo

Righto, righto.

So you want to go to Burning Seed this year and are wondering what your gift will be? Well maybe start thinking along these lines – why not gift your time as Community Crew…?

To operate a successful (read: stress free and safe) Burning Seed, the organisers need to fill a whole swathe of crew positions during the event.

Do the Maths

With insufficient numbers volunteering,  for instance, for shifts at the Gate and with Rangers patrolling the Paddock making sure everyone and everything is cool, there can be only very limited growth in the number of tickets on sale for the event each year.

It really is that simple. More crew = more capacity to accommodate more people.

Last year only 8 per cent of Burning Seed participants that weren’t on the organisation team filled a crew shift  during the event.

That is an utterly unsustainable number. We need to AT LEAST double it in 2016. Are you up for it?

Burning Seed is a Do-Ocracy

Burning Seed can only operate with the boots-on-the-ground help of our community and in 2016 we need everyone please to step up and to do so well in advance of the event.

And look at this way, as part of the Community Crew you are signing up to spend a shift or two meeting some of the most awesome people on the planet. Bummer, eh?

So. Many. Options.

So here’s what I’d like you to consider:

1. (a) Find a mate. These experiences can be so much better shared, yeah? and (b) Do it on you own because your friends are usually worthless bastards that end up just letting you down.

2. Consider whether you are a ‘walk around the Paddock looking good in orange with a radio’ type person (Rangers) or a, ‘hmmmm, I’d like to stand in one spot and let the people come to me!’ dude or dudess (Gate, ice sales)

3. Email the awesome Crew Wrangler team on jointhecrew@burningseed.com with your offer to assist or to ask as to how otherwise you can help. (If you like getting your hands dirty, we’ve got some perfect gigs for you too).

4. Turn up! Oh, yeah, and about half the people that signed up for shifts last year didn’t front up. That’s pretty unhelpful too. This is serious people. A smooth Gate experience (and we need Gate people ALL the way through the event, not just for the first couple of days) and a safe Paddock environment are critical to the safe staging of Burning Seed and we simply need more people on site during the event helping out. And if we don’t have that help, the event can’t grow. It’s pretty binary.

So please start thinking about it and start getting in touch NOW!!! Help us stage a great event and allow as many people as possible enjoy the Burning Seed experience by putting your hand up to help.

How Will YOU Role?

We ALWAYS want to hear from people keen on Gate and Rangers shifts but over the next few weeks we are particularly keen to fill a couple of essential Burning Seed roles – we’ve drafted role descriptions so you can see exactly what’s involved and what skills are required for each role:

Check out the link for more information on Crewing and how it all works. www.burningseed.com/participate/communitycrew/ or email the Crew Wranglers on jointhecrew@burningseed.com.

Thanks heaps! See you on the Paddock! – Neillo

 

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Tantalize Your Tastebuds with the Burning Seed COOKBOOK!

Burning Seed Cookbook

Spellbinding recipes…. by Burners for Burners

So you’ve heard about the dates for Burning Seed 2016 and you want to relive the experience of Burning Seed 2015 by watching this awesome video, and you’re planning to invite a few close friends over to talk about how this year will be better, but then…. what to COOK!!??

Well, for those who haven’t yet heard, those clever witches at the Burning Witches Association (BWA) have a few of their beautifully illustrated Seed Cookbooks available for purchase, as part of their fundraising efforts for Kids Camp at Burning Seed this year.

These spellbinding volumes include signature cocktails, recipes and Seed survival tips from the wonderful Theme Camps, Crew and Burners who bring the party, structure and gift of themselves to the Paddock year after year.

Make it a Night to Remember (or Forget)

Burner friends coming over you say….? How about starting the night with The Captain’s Cocktail of white rum, OJ and grenadine (Bring Your Own Cup of course)?

Next, move effortlessly into the virtually-no-prep Presidents’ Quinoa Tabbouleh (see full recipe here).

Wrap up the evening with Sunset Island’s caramel bananas with toffee sauce and, with a few more Captain’s Cocktails, you’ll be well on your way back to Matong.

And then for the morning after try a cup of Dr. Love’s famous-beyond-the-Paddock Cup of Love (yes the recipe is available!)

Get Your Copy

Sound good? Donate $25 to receive a Cookbook of your very own so you can sample these sensational Seedy delights and more. (note: please use Google Chrome browser if possible to access the Facebook shop, there are some issues with Safari browser)

Sales of the Cookbook went to support kids camp last year and all sales for the remaining copies will be directed to support Kids Camp in 2016.

Are you organising or planning a fundraiser for Burning Seed 2016? Email comms@burningseed.com with the details – we wanna hear about it!!

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Save the Date…. Burning Seed 2016

by Shaye Harty (President)
Y’all! So here we go again…
Red Earth City will rise once more in 2016 in our beautiful Matong State Forest location….
Gate will open at NOON on Wednesday 28 September and close at NOON on Monday 3 October……
Got goosebumps yet? No? OK well, why not re-live the magic of Burning Seed 2015 with this amazing video … that should help…

Why these dates?

The dates of 28 September to 3 October were proposed at the Burning Seed Team Leads’ Summit in November 2015 and agreed in January 2016 after consultation with NSW Forestry and other local stakeholders.
There are a number of factors are at play in terms of how we land on these dates:
  • They occur at the start of the statutory bushfire danger period 1 Oct-31 March. This gives us optimal site conditions while making sure we manage risk effectively.
  • They’re consistent with the timing of previous events and we are confident of the broader community’s support for these dates.
  • They don’t clash with other major burner events or festivals eg Burning Man.
  • The period includes the NSW/ACT October Labour Day Public Holiday (3 Oct) and the Victorian AFL Grand Final Public Holiday (30 Sept).
  • The dates fall within the NSW School Holidays (24 Sept – 9 Oct) and Victorian School Holidays (17 Sept – 2 Oct) making it easier for burners with kids.

Are there any options for early entry before 28 September?

Limited early entry will be available ONLY to registered Theme Camps, registered Media, artists and volunteer crew eg build crew. If you turn up early and you are not eligible and registered for early entry, you will be turned away.

What about leaving later than 3 October?

All participants will need to vacate the site by NOON on Monday 3 October. There will be a 24hr pack-down grace period as in previous but only for registered Theme Camps.

When will tickets be available and how many will be available?

Tickets will be available and on sale in the next few months.  As in 2015, there will be a cap on tickets for Burning Seed in 2016.

Why is there a cap on ticket sales?

We need to manage responsibly and sustainably the growth of Burning Seed. The cap on participant ticket sales is linked to the number of crew volunteers each year who have committed to support the production of the event.
So it’s kinda that simple… more crew = more participants.
The 2015 Crew Survey shows only around 8% of participants volunteered – we need to improve on that so get your wriggle on and jointhecrew@burningseed.com
For more info visit www.burningseed.com, swing by and like the Official Burning Seed Facebook Page or visit the 2016 Burning Seed Facebook event page
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Learn More About Red Earth Ecology

by Jo Roberts

Photo Credit: Jo Roberts

Silver, Goldust and Varnish Wattle seed

As we begin 2016, it’s a great time to pause and reflect on the past year for Red Earth Ecology with an overview of 2015’s planting, recent activity, and plans for this year’s regeneration.

Red Earth Ecology is a specialised crew which nestles cosily in the embrace of Burning Seed’s Leave No Trace Team. We provide a forum to gather and share information about the ecology of Red Earth City and the local Riverina area as well as specific plant groupings and animal associations.

We visit our beautiful forest playground throughout the year, documenting all the changes to the site’s flora and fauna, and creating reference libraries to monitor these changes over time.

In the lead up to Burning Seed we have an important role in educating Burners about how to tread more softly on the land that we all share for that wonderful week of the year, and we also run regular, and popular bush walks during the event to help give participants the opportunity to connect with the land and environment which supports Burning Seed..

Photo Credit: Jo Roberts

RJ and Narelle working in the propagation nursery

Each year, in Autumn, Red Earth Ecology works with local farmers on bush regeneration projects to increase flora biodiversity and also to provide specific types of habitat for several local bird species that are in decline.

This regeneration effort is largely driven by recognition that part of our Civic Responsibility to the community involves off-setting the biodiversity loss to the ecosystem at Red Earth City that is inevitably caused each year by the impact of us few thousand souls who participate in Burning Seed each year.

In late 2014 Red Earth Ecology began a regeneration partnership in Matong with a local farmer and Burner family David, Sonya, Rosie and Digby Spencer­ -Currie, and in May 2015, about 30 volunteers spent a weekend working

Photo Credit: Madeline Fountain

Plants ready to go into the earth..

together, planting about 2,500 seedlings of 40 varieties. Check out some of the photos from that awesome weekend.

The crew gathered were like a brains trust of diverse and fascinating knowledge. It was a great opportunity to teach each other more about the plants, animals, changing ecosystems and social history of the local area. In the evenings, we feasted, laughed, loosened, relaxed. Thank-you so much to our hosts, to those Burners who travelled up to 8 hours to be there, to the locals and the Wiradjuri community for their gracious hospitality and participation.

About half of the plants we source each year are grown at cost, in the Brucedale Community Nursery and Seed Bank outside Wagga Wagga, managed by me, Jo Roberts, and my father Keith. In the late Spring following Burning Seed last year we spent time seed collecting, focusing on Acacias and other hard seeded local natives, and battling hoards of ants for the nutrient rich booty, which we then planted during a small working bee in December.

This year we are continuing to plant on the same land, extending last years plantings, and beginning on some new goals for 2016 and beyond.

We’ll be holding another bush regeneration planting weekend on 22-24 April 2016. If you want to get involved sign up on the event page on Facebook.

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Burning Seed has a new Town Council!

Written by Neil Power (Neillo)

The Directors of Red Earth City (REC) have decided recently to split the REC Town Council into two separate bodies.

Red Earth City Pty Ltd has been the legal entity behind Burning Seed since 2010. Its council has overseen the event and supported other Burner initiatives under the banner of Burning Man Australia. For more details on its history, you can go here.

The two new bodies will include: a Burning Man Australia Community Board, which will just focus on developing Burn culture around the country, and the Burning Seed Town Council (TC), which will focus solely on staging the Burning Seed event and its future growth and development. This is a tremendously exciting development as, for the first time, Burning Seed will have a Town Council that can concentrate just on the event.

The positions on the new TC include: REC Director Phil Smart; Event Coordinator and Finance Team Lead, Shaye Harty and Caroline Brosnan respectively; and nominees from Team Leads and the old REC Town Council, Jarred Taylor, Victoria Victory and Neil Power. But we also have space for someone from outside the event’s organisational group.

One of the TC’s many important tasks this year is to research and consult the community on the best options for a new legal entity under which Burning Seed can operate in the years ahead. It is hoped that this new structure will be in place for the 2017 event so this new TC is likely to be a short-lived affair.  

In the meantime, TC has responsibility for ensuring that Seed operates to best practice at all levels and it will be key in defining what sort of event Burning Seed is and wants to be in the future.

So if you would like to help us achieve all these goals, and if you (preferably) have experience in event management and development and would like to join Town Council, please email us at towncouncil@burningseed.com with details.

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Vote for 2016 theme

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Revolution may be over but there’s still so much more to come. Help set the theme, tone and talk for Burning Seed 2016 by making a theme suggestion or voting on an existing suggestion below. Voting ends on 27 November 2015. Team Leads will vote on the shortlist at the annual Summit on November 27/28. The results will be announced shortly afterwards.

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Pic by Noma Kim

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New Theme Camps in 2015

Expect another explosive expression of creativity this year at Seed with an ever-more diverse bunch of new Theme Camps joining the established crews on Paddock. Flaming Galah has had an exclusive reveal of some of the new Theme Camps registered for our Matong shenanigans in 2015 and it’s looking pretty effing awesome, Burners!!

Theme Camp Co-Lead Thomas Snow aka Pretty Boy says part of the joy of the Burn for all participants is the chance to walk into every
Theme Camp you can, introduce yourself and sit down for a chat. “Don’t be shy, these spaces are intentionally constructed to facilitate this exact type of exchange,” he says.

“One of the main draws for me in terms of Burner culture centres around inclusiveness, acceptance and the ability to have your own interests and desires reflected in the city we build. I often describe it as a choose-your-own adventure book, that you ultimately decide what kind of Burn you want to have by active participation.”

Bigger on the inside
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Tinyville will be a big draw at Seed this year.

For instance, if you wanna think big but live small, check out Tinyville. This cute village of tiny dwellings, constructed with 100% recycled and reclaimed materials, will be arranged around a central fun zone marquee/dome with acoustic jam stage, bar, couches, hammocks and other comforts.

Tinyville’s Rory was camped with Pirania at Seed last year and is a keen proponent of the rapidly growing Tiny House Movement here in Australialand.

“It’s my first time organising a Theme Camp — I loved Seed last year and was inspired to come back this year with Tinyville. I’m building my own tiny house and I wanted to share the ideas of tiny living with burners,” says Rory.

“Tiny living is quite well aligned with the Ten Principles of Burning Man. It offers an alternative lifestyle, which challenges the failing norms of society and which encourages positive social change.

“It empowers individuals on their quest for sustainability and independence. We want to honour this at Burning Seed by building a beautiful tiny village with spaces to facilitate workshops, discussion groups, music-playing, dancing, lounging and hugs,” he says.

Pretty boy says Tinyville is a great example of the evolution of Seed’s Theme Camps over the years.

“We’ve seen a distinct shift from a mostly sound-based Theme Camp experience to a more well-rounded interactive culture that caters to many different needs,” he says.

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Amelia and wombats go way back – she’s under the sign.

Wombat Manor is another fantastic new attraction at Burning Seed this year. At the heart of Wombat Manor is a touching and beautiful burner homage by a daughter, Amelia, to her recently passed Father, Ken.

“Dad always called all the houses we lived in Wombat Manor when we were growing up,” says Amelia. “While of course it’ll be a very personal experience for me to be part of it, I wanted to gift a space to Burning Seed this year that played to Dad’s memory. I wanted to make it something he’d be proud to see with the Wombat Manor name.

“What we’ve created will be a chill space designed for dialogue and decadence, a perfect Manor to lounge in and sip on fine spirits, discuss topical issues, peruse the library and enjoy and create special moments of decadence.

“At night we’ll provide a luxurious decadent chill out lounge for those who enjoy fine music, spirits, books and living in the moment. All music at the Manor will be acoustic jazz, chill, lounge – both live and recorded.

“We’re also filling our huge rental trailer with cushions and air mattresses so come by and snuggle till your hearts content,” she says.

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Get creatively insane with Moarsauce.

The Moarsauce Institute was a renegade camp last year that’s gone legit in 2015. Despite being pitched as ‘A Camp for the Creatively Insane”, the Institute has taken a really sensible approach to setting up as a Theme Camp, says Pretty Boy.

“For new and aspiring Theme Camps one of the best things you can do is keep it simple, not try to do too many things all at once.  Focus on doing one or two things really well and then build from there.  Once you feel like you have the basics down then by all means go big. Moarsauce took this approach as renegades last year and its great to see them back and official this year, it’s something we’d love to encourage,” he says.

Tal from Moarsauce says while the crew has a long history of camping at Rainbow and other events, the Institute relied on the kindness of strangers last year. “Particularly the amazing Tea Kettle House, who kindly accepted us into their space and made us feel so much at home,” he says.

“We participated by providing our dome as a chill-out space to weary wanderers, running small workshops and cooking delicious French crepes. This year, as a registered camp, we’re all grown up.  We’ve adopted an amazing group of people that came with a dowry — a 21 seater bus.

“We’ve been busy converting the bus into a Crazy Scientist’s Lab-themed party bus, on which we’ll be throwing pop-up day parties around the Paddock, fuelled by dry-ice cocktails and tunes in collaboration with other Theme Camps including Middle Eastern Mafia, Pelican Villa and more. We want to bring our Creatively Insane spirit to every corner of the Paddock,” says Tal.

So the message to you people is get out there and experience the best our 2015 Theme Camps have to offer. If you’re a first timer, lucky you! If you’re a seasoned burner, grab a burgin, have them point to something shiny and start heading for it.

It’s one of the greatest gifts — to see a burn fresh again through new eyes. Above all, remember that your mum was right, be yourself at Seed and people will fall in love with you for who you are on the inside. It’s just that kinda place.

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Inside scoop on MOOP

Written by MoopDaddy

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Mr Pineapple and his MOOPy escapades after last year’s Burning Seed.

So you think you know your MOOP, huh? Well, after last year’s sweeps of the Burning Seed site, we have some news for you.

Just because those mandarin peels and fire ash are biodegradable doesn’t mean you can throw them on the ground. And yep, plants need water, but that doesn’t mean you can tip out any liquid you like. And while your shit don’t stink, that doesn’t mean you can take a dump in the woods.

Here’s why…

We asked Steve at NSW State Forestry to provide us with best-practice guidelines on all of these issues and this is what he told us.

The habitat at Matong State Forest is a semi-arid, low-nutrient type. This means the local plants have adapted to thrive in this half-barren environment. When extra nutrients are added to the soil, weeds take over and choke out the indigenous plant life. This in turn affects the indigenous insects, birds, lizards and other animals.

So whether you bury it or not, any food waste or compostable material is MOOP — and so is fire ash. The high concentration of potassium in wood ash is perfect fertiliser for flowering weeds. They love the stuff. So if you bring it or burn it at Burning Seed, you must take it with you when you leave.

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Use phosphate-free soap and shampoo in your showers.

Grey water can also create the same problems as food waste. If you tip out washing water that has detergent in it, the phosphate in most commercial soaps feeds the hungry weeds.

Steve advises that we can allow 10 litres per person per day run off, as long as the soap we use is phosphate-free.

Phosphate-free soap includes any castille soap or “camping soap” from an outdoor store, which you can use to wash pots, pans, pants and people. Just ensure the water doesn’t run off where people are walking or driving to avoid a mucky mess.

But it’s no go with the poop. Poop is MOOP! You’re not doing the local plants any favours by burying your excrement in the woods. 

The weeds will be the ones loving your brown stuff. And so will the flies who will find it, breed and be there to greet us again next year at the same time, rubbing their front legs together gleefully. So use the porta potties — that’s what they are there for, and take the rest of the MOOP with you when you go!

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Sex and our city — discover the key to all our needs

At Burning Seed, we’re super keen to build a space where people can create, explore, discover, connect, transform and express themselves as openly, safely and respectfully as they can — whenever, wherever and with whomever they choose. And that means sex too.

Yep, we’re gonna talk about sex and the big C.

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Say cheeeeeeese – body banquets at Burning Seed 2014.

Why? Because consent is the key to creating a space for both no and yes..yes…oh god, YES! And in this petri-dish of possibility called Seed, that means evvvvvvvvvvverrrrbody gets what they want or need — commonly known as a win-win-win-win-win-win-win situation.

To understand consent’s winsome ways, I hit Rog up for some of his wise words. Say hello to Rog. “Hello Rog!”

Rog is a manager of a Melbourne sex-positive workshop venue, professional counsellor, co-founder of the peace-keeping initiative, ‘Pt’chang’,  at Confest, and one of the people helping to serve up the fantastic body banquets at Burning Seed last year. (Now THAT was a cheese and fruit platter!)

I chinwagged with him about consent’s ambidextrous role; its importance for Seed as the new kid on the experimental block; the dangers of focusing on the fear factor; and what Seed can learn from the sex positive community.

According to Rog, consent is the ultimate multi-tasker. “On the one hand, consent is a safety, protection mechanism, and on the other hand, consent is an enhancement, expansion tool.”

And these tools are crucial to the development and evolution of Burning Seed as an experimental space.

“Consent as a safety, protection mechanism is crucial because Seed creates an environment of freedom and opportunity where people are exploring themselves, willing to take risks and go over their edges,” Rog says.

“However, it all happens in the broader context of our larger culture. All of the difficult and challenging behaviours around sex are still at play. So what you wind up with potentially is people with their guard down but still in a risky cultural context.”

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Up close and personal. Photo by Shaan Ali

But according to Rog, consent is also essential for the transformational possibilities of sex and the Red Earth City.

“There are a lot of people ready to have new experiences and learn new things about themselves,  and one of the things people look for are more sexual experiences,” says Rog. “In terms of getting what you want, becoming empowered and having some really interesting experiences, there is an opportunity to say, ‘well here’s an amazing tool that will take you to some amazing spots’.”

What makes it such an amazing tool? Well, basically Elvis got it wrong. A little less conversation, a little more action? Pfft! More like: a little more conversation, a lot more action.

“There is a model out there that says we should magically know how to touch each other and magically progress in a direction that is good for us. I think that works for a small percentage of people a small percentage of the time. For the rest of us, we benefit a lot from a bit of dialogue and communication about how we like to be touched or what we’re looking for or how far we would like things to go,” says Rog.

“So when you start to do it like that, you start to get into the detail about what you’re after, and you very quickly arrive at something which is far far better than what would have happened if you had just turned off the lights and hoped for the best.”

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Best cuddle EVA. Photo by Shaan Ali

According to Rog, the consent conversation between individuals, and within the broader community, can help lay the breadcrumbs for people to find their way out of the dark, and discover a more enhanced sex life and relationship life.

Unfortunately, our community conversations often place too much emphasis on protection over empowerment and passion. And if you’ve spent any time on social media lately, it can sometimes seem as if there is a potential predator on every Seed corner and we need to wo-man the ramparts against the baying hounds. Winter is coming. Winter is coming!

What’s the problem with framing consent just in terms of protection, and particularly protection of women?

“I think sometimes we can get so caught up in all the things that are wrong about sex that we start to become sex negative. You can develop a dynamic where people are so scared of violating each other, even though they have the best of intention, that the place becomes a battleground rather than playground,” says Rog.

“Obviously, the ‘no’ or ‘don’t’ message is crucial, but if we don’t also use our ‘yes’ and ‘please do this’ messages, then things don’t really improve.”

And it doesn’t do women any favours either.

“There’s a tendency to not trust that women are powerful, empowered people. And when we constantly look at how the situation negatively impacts women, we’re not giving a lot of credit or seeing their power,” he says.

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Temple of Surrender at Seed 2012. Photo by Onur Ka

So with sex on the Seed agenda and the need to both empower and protect, where can we look for inspiration and role models?

One of answers: the sex positive community and, in particular, the kink community — whether you like to walk on the wild side or prefer your vanilla with only a little extra sprinkle on top.

“The sex positive community, and in particular the kink community, have done incredibly good work on how to put these ideas into practice. The reason being that when you get into more nuanced and specialised areas of sex play, you can’t just dive into an activity and hope for the best.  Safety mechanisms need to be much more elaborate sometimes,” says Rog.

“These communities are also a shining example of how to use basic consent tools to take you to an amazing level of complexity. The self-expression within the sex positive and kink community can be profound – miles away from the norm. And that’s basically thanks to these consent tools.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Centre camp: the gift that keeps on giving

Written by Gipsy Nia

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Centre Camp to the rescue – Swing Dogs Theme Camp finds a new home for the night after winds destroy their tent.

I’m sure you’ll agree the most joyous of the ten principles to practice is GIFTING   Well, did you also know that Centre Camp is a gift to YOU?

Centre Camp is built by the people, for the people, and it’s a place where anything can happen at anytime. One of

Centre Camp’s finest moment was in 2013 when it came to the aid of Swing Dog Circus Theme Camp who were able to host their opening night party in this communal camp after losing their own camp to galeforce winds.

For the last few years, we’ve also had a talented artist, Scar Keller, toil to bring this community a bigger and better space where we can co-create anything and everything our hearts desire.

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Ro, Naomi, Scar and Terry working on decorative elements for Red Earth Info at Centre Camp

Scar is passionate about the principle of COLLABORATION and has put her heart, soul, blood, sweat and tears into designing an awesome space for our community to gather and share inspiration and innovation. (And that’s why we call it Centre Camp  — together with the fact that you’ll find it in the centre of Red Earth City!).

For most of the year she is wielding power tools and cycling across Melbourne rain, hail or shine to build you and me a space to play in. During Seed you’ll find her building even more awesome shit and leaving Centre Camp to the Guardians to play

Excited? Intrigued? Wanna gift your creative hands and minds and contribute to Centre Camp 2015? Whether it’s a talk, live music, workshops or art, we’d love to help shine a light on your gift and share it with our community. Get your creative ideas flowing in to Centre Camp crew via our registration form.

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