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The Archaeology of Burning Man: Black Rock City, the Built Environment, and the Playa Landscape

When: Tue., Sept. 27, 7:30 p.m. 2016
Burning Man festival has become a mecca of sorts for artsy hipsters, a temporary city built in the Nevada desert for fest-goers to explore concepts of art and community. Here, lecturer Dr. Carolyn White, University of Nevada, discusses Burning Man through an archaeological lens, talking about the techniques used to quickly create and dismantle the city each year, and how public and private spaces are created within the project.


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