You won’t need to leave the east coast to experience this Nevada festival.
It’s no secret Burning Man festival takes place in a remote desert only to bring more than 50,000 attendees to create a temporary city. Most east coasters know about the festival’s reputation, but most do not flock to Nevada to experience the major event.
When the Smithsonian announced “No Spectators: The Art of the Burning Man” exhibition to take place in the Renwick Gallery, I knew there would be interactive installations that would embody the festival’s spirit. Not only can visitors gaze at marvelous artwork, they can also enjoy immersive room-sized installations, costumes, jewelry, artifacts and a virtual reality tour.
So if you’re like me and you’ve been itching to go, but would never want to endure the heat, this is a great way to get a taste of Burning Man.
For more information, visit https://americanart.si.edu/exhibitions/burning-man.
Spotted in the holiday issue!
I interrupt my travel ventures to share news with you!
I’m ecstatic to share D/CITY featured me in its Holiday Issue!
For anyone who isn’t familiar with one of my favorite location media outlets, D/CITY is a free local paper featuring the latest food, lifestyle and fashion. It features some of Washington DC’s influencers, business owners, community members and more. I longed to one day be featured in this publication, and I am ecstatic to share that you can find me on page 11.
I styled my Careaux x Puma pink bomber jacket with my Reebok InstPump Fury “Year of the Sheep” sneakers and a Jump From Paper handbag. The timing aligns with my daily travel posts since I managed to pick up this accessory in a duty free store at the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport.
Thank you to everyone who reads my blog, scrolls through my Instagram or watches my videos! This is the best way to close out 2016 with high expectations for the new year.
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