This year at Burning Man the Black Rock Arts Foundation is creating, ScrapEden BRC, a collaborative garden installation populated by garden-inspired sculptural elements created from re-claimed, re-purposed and re-cycled materials, and all citizens of BRC are invited to participate!
To date we’ve received word of 15 projects that will be coming to BRC for collective exhibition, but we want more! In the spirit of growing the garden Black Rock Art’s Executive Director, Leslie Pritchett has rolled up her sleeves and created these lovely flowers from emptied soda cans mounted on short lengths of garden hose.
Like the idea? Want a little guidance on how you can make your own?
Join us on Sunday, August 6 from 12:00 noon – 6 p.m. at the BRAF & Burning Man Offices at 1900 Third Street, San Francisco CA 94158 (cross street is 16th) — we’ll have a few projects on hand for artists of any experience level.
Stay tuned for more details on this exciting workshop, and for DIY instructions coming soon on the website:
For more information on ScrapEden BRC, or to volunteer to help with the project, write to: scrapedenbrc @blackrockarts.org