It’s one thing to find your Burning Man crew. It’s a whole other thing to roll up your sleeves and start participating in rousing virtual activations, Burning Man Hive co-creations, and interactive conversations. Before you know it, your dance card will be filled with creative and radically inclusive virtual adventures.
Discover All the Virtual Ways You Can Plug In & Connect
Burning Man Hive is a space to connect around shared values and Burning Man culture. Join more than 4,000 contributors who are learning together and advancing conversations around sustainability; Radical Inclusion, diversity and equity; health and safety; participation and more.
The Regional Network offers up a revolving door of virtual events and meet-ups. Browse the Global Regional Directory to connect virtually with Regional Burning Man groups around the world.
In these online communities, Burners are sharing ways to green Black Rock City:
- Renewable Energy Community in Burning Man Hive is a gathering point for the renewable energy community within Burning Man culture.
- Renewables for Artists Team (RAT) helps artists switch from fossil fuel to solar and wind.
- Green Theme Camp Community (GTCC) is a group of stewards designing the future role of theme camps in making Burning Man sustainable and regenerative.
These Virtual Burning Man Worlds welcome anyone to drop in, create and play.
BURN2 is a vibrant and bustling year-round Burning Man Regional community in SecondLife.
BRCvr is a creative community that creates immersive Burning Man experiences. Join their mailing list to participate.
Looking for someone to help out with a project or wild idea? The Spark Classifieds are filled with Burners like yourself seeking stuff, collaborators and co-conspirators.
Looking for scintillating conversation and information on all things Burning Man? ePlaya continues to be the place where Burners share tips, tricks, and dusty wisdom.
We’d be remiss if we didn’t also point you to social media — chances are there’s an online group for each and every Burner-y activity, question or niche you want to fill. Black Burner Project, which documents BIPOC in Black Rock City, is a great place to start. Looking for ways to get the word out about your project? We’ve shared pro tips in “Stop Creating in a Vacuum: A Burner’s Crash Course on Digital Self Promotion.”