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I've copied this directly out of Jack Rabbit Speaks, and added it here for those of you who may be close enough to have an interest, but weren't aware.


ART FROM BURNING MAN: AN OUTDOOR EXHIBITION

DATE: May 5-July 28, 2001
PLACE: Grounds of the Luther Burbank Center
TIME: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day
PRICE: Free!


RELATED EVENT:

S*MOVA Burning Man Ignition Party,
July 28, 2001, 6 to 11:30 p.m.

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Beginning May 5 and running through July 28, the Sonoma Museum of Visual Art
presents the first outdoor exhibition of art from Burning Man. Nine works of
art are on display throughout the grounds of the Luther Burbank Center for
the Arts, where they can be viewed from 9 to 9 every day. Each of these
artists donated their time in delivering and installing their
works:
The Telestereoscope - Cassidy Curtis & Chris Whitney
Playa Bells - Byron Chell
Poetry & Fire/Letting Go - Michael Tscheu
Real Imagined - Steven Raspa
Somavillion - Greg Scoby, Steve Hall & Becky Stillwell
Big Giant Head - Dale Huntsman
The Bronchial Tree - Michael Christian
The Lovers - Charles Gadeken
The One Tree - Dan Das Mann

Most of the works are interactive and designed for close inspection and
touching. The "Art From Burning Man" exhibit is partially underwritten by
Jean Schulz. The exhibition is co-curated by Gay Shelton and Sarah Stolar.

To close the exhibition with a flourish, a "Burning Man Ignition Party",
proudly sponsored by the Northern California Bohemian, will be held on
Saturday, July 28 under the big tent at the LBC from 6 to 11:30 p.m. Come
with a picnic, meet the artists, play with the art, bring your indigenous
instruments and rhythmic soul for an interactive jam session. As darkness
falls, the artists will begin turning on and lighting up their works.
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