Fall News

Dustcovery 2019 – Robots and Rainbows

Two dance floors, art installations, theme camps, fire show and more! Re-connect with old friends or meet new friends at Vancouver’s official decompression event. Dustcovery will be held on November 17th, 8 pm to 2 am at the Harbour Convention Centre (760 Pacific Blvd) in Vancouver, BC. Tickets have gone on sale and are moving fast – purchase yours at: http://dustcovery.gvias.org/tickets2018/

Volunteers Needed!

Dustcovery needs you! Participation is one of the 10 principles – help us build, decorate, greet, ranger, leave no trace or break down. Any hours spent volunteering at Dustcovery will also go towards advanced ticket sale access (4-19 hours) or directed ticket sale access (over 19 hours) for Burn in the Forest 2019. More information at: http://dustcovery.gvias.org/participate/volunteer.

Reminder: Dustcovery Art and Theme Camps

Bring your fun, interactive art or theme camp to Dustcovery! Applications are due on November 5th and can be found at: http://www.dustcovery.gvias.org/participate/art-themecamps.

Conduct Committee Town Hall

Information Session: Incident Report Form and FAQ Document

Wednesday October 24, 2018

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm at Trout Lake Community Centre

The GVIAS Board of Directors and the Conduct Committee invite your feedback at our Town Hall Meeting on October 24, 2018.

The Conduct Committee will share two documents which will be implemented on the GVIAS website and invite your feedback. These documents have been worked on by GVIAS Board members and Conduct Committee Members over the summer and fall. They are based on Firefly Arts Collective’s Conduct Committee FAQ and Incident Report Forms.

1) The Incident Report Form that outlines all the information that will be requested when reporting an incident to the Conduct Committee.

2) The FAQ document that outlines what incidents can be reported and what happens when an incident report is submitted to the Conduct Committee.

We look forward to your questions, suggestions and feedback!

The Conduct Committee

Membership Is Free

But Some Assembly Required

We are guided by the 10 principles of Burning Man. These principles guide our interactions with one another and the environment and have a strong ethos of participation. As such, our events and the society are entirely dependent upon community participation.

Membership isn't required to participate, but members enjoy a number of perks including access to a community of doers and dreamers.

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