A Kindling Oral Storytelling Project
This micro story podcast series features candid conversations with remarkable Burners — from imagineers and city builders, to intriguing people from across the global Burning Man community.
The word Blueprints implies instructions to build something. Hosted by Sassy VonDish, each of these micro stories functions as a map for becoming kind and resilient, based on hands-on knowledge gained from being an active participant in Black Rock City.
Do you have a story to tell? Email blueprints (at) burningman.org.
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Christian Satrustegui aka Sassy Von Dish, a long time volunteer for gate and current VC for Art Support Services (ASS) walks us through how he arrived at BRC being days sober, scared and broken, just to be uplifted, healed and empowered by the community and finding his purpose.
Part 1: Broken No More
Part 2: If You Know Better, You Do Better
Episode 2: Being Present
Brad Luvlin aka Scooch, Art Support Services (ASS) volunteer explains how volunteering with ASS has made him a better leader by being fully present in the moment.
Episode 3: A Sea of Goodness
Josh Winslow aka Mustang, an Art Support Services (ASS) volunteer explains how volunteering with ASS has given him hope by allowing him to see the intrinsic good in all people.
Episode 4: Let’s Make Accessibility a Sexy Topic
As a wheelchair using participant Stan Lawson, gives us a window on all the progress made in BRC and the work ahead of us when it comes to accessibility.
Episode 5: One Mistake Closer to the Right Answer
Description: Art Support Services volunteer Carrie Cojocari, aka Seven/7, speaks with Sassy Von Dish about why problem solving and logistics are indeed a creative endeavor, and how embracing mistakes is often the path to the right answer.
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