By Sara Barnes on September 13, 2022
Everything was “fire” at this year’s Burning Man.
After a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, Burning Man is officially back. Starting on August 28, 2022, nearly 80,000 participants traveled to Black Rock City (near Reno) to build a temporary metropolis that boasted incredible artwork, enthusiastic costumes, and plenty of dust.
Every Burning Man has its own theme, and this year was Waking Dreams. Through it, the festival sought to explore the “transformative power of dreams, both literal and figurative, and celebrate the dreamers who channel this potent energy in eye-opening, often surrealistic, sometimes life-changing ways.”
The art at this year’s Burning Man was reportedly smaller in size, which allowed attendees to interact with it on a more personal level. […]