Founded in 2008, Burnt Oranges Inc. received 501(c)3 Charitable Organization and Florida Non-Profit Corporation status in 2010. Operated by a Working Board of Directors, the organization has no employees.
Burnt Oranges is devoted to cultivating interactive art through artist funding and advocacy, by creating supportive venues for interactive artists and performers, and through public education of interactive art.
In 2010 Burnt Oranges donated $1500 to build the Temple of Flux in Black Rock City, Nevada.
Semi-Annual Event Art Grants
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To enable and encourage the creation of interactive art to be displayed at semi-annual events sponsored by Burnt Oranges. To ensure the future of interactive art in the Florida region by funding living art projects that are suitable for display at Burnt Oranges events as well as other events.
You may download this as a PDF here:
(Download: New Grant Categories PDF)
Semi-Annual Art Grant Application:
Mid-Term Report For Remaining Funding:
Art Grant Agreement:
What Budget Line Items Are Funded? What Items Are Not?
Art Transport Grants
To infuse the local community with projects from out of state that create a sense of awe and wonder to those who experience them. To raise awareness of interactive art by helping artists transport pieces of large-scale art to Florida venues and events.
Art Transport Grant Application:
Art Grant Agreement:
Community Micro-Grants (Launching at AfterBurn 2017)
For questions, and to “ask the art grant committee” join our Slack Channel here:
Based on the 10 Principles of Burning Man, these annual events draw participants from all over the world.
Events are based on an organizational structure similar to that of New Zealand’s KiwiBurn with volunteers filling roles of administrative staff, an executive committee, and an event operations committee. Departments of event volunteers provide operational logistics, from our community Rangers, to our gate teams, to our Leave No Trace (LNT) teams that ensure any property we visit is left in at least the same condition as we found it.
For federal income tax purposes, participants may deduct as a charitable contribution the price paid for each event ticket/invitation, minus its fair market value of $15.00 (2017).
Membership in the collective of artists and co-creators is free and voluntary; the only requirement being previous volunteer experience or a current desire to become involved.
An annual pledge of $50 or more helps provide funding for art grants and programs designed to benefit the interactive arts community throughout the Southeast. Become a Mandarin Member Today.
We believe that by supporting Interactive Art, we grow community and build Social Capital. We promote the arts, not for profit, but to grow connections and strengthen the community.
In addition to providing funding for these important programs, your membership helps strengthen our community by representing the Interactive Arts Community and the importance of interactive art to the community at large.
Le bateau des fantomes,
an interpretation of a Viking ship comprised of branches and tree limbs harvested from the community was the recipient of a 2010 Annual Art Grant from Burnt Oranges Inc.
Burnt Oranges, Inc.
5337 N Socrum Loop Rd.
Lakeland, Florida 33809