Any standalone art project intended for Burn in the Forest, Dustcovery, Burning Man, and/or any other Regional Event in 2019. Projects may be intended for display within specific theme camps and/or areas.
Nope! Art projects of all kinds are welcome to apply to ReCharge, interactive and non-interactive alike.
No! Art projects intended for placement are eligible, but theme camps themselves are not. For example – You can fundraise to build a bar for your theme camp, but you cannot fundraise to purchase food or alcohol to run the bar.
No. The purpose of ReCharge is to support the creativity and build of new projects, or to revamp/expand upon existing ones. ReCharge is not intended to facilitate capital expenditures.
Nope! ReCharge offers you a platform to share your idea(s) with your community. They get to determine which project(s) to support. The more engaging your presentation, the higher your likelihood of success. The best way to maximize your fundraising efforts is to promote the event, get your friends to attend, and have them donate their money to your project!
No. Once you have met your budget requirements, your project will taken offline, and won’t be able to accept further donations. Should we miss this during the event (we’re imperfect, and we’re volunteers – it happens from time to time), any amount raised that exceeds your target budget will be evenly distributed amongst other projects that did not meet their goals.
YES! (Finally, a YES!). Please submit individual applications for each project.
YES! If you realize after you apply / have been accepted that your project won’t be going forward, or you are unable to attend the event, you can simply withdraw from the event.
No. Deadlines are deadlines for a reason. ReCharge is dedicated to supporting our artists in every way we can – which also includes those whose art is the facilitation of events such as this one. Please respect our volunteers, and get your applications in before the deadline!