Participate

Saguaro Man is an event based on your participation. There are many ways in which a person can participate. Below are just a few of the organized groups that would love to have your assistance.

The Arizona Announce list is a moderated announcements-only list for events of interest to local Burners. Recipients get regular updates, event listings, and Burning Man news from this list.
To subscribe, send a blank email to:  arizona-announce+subscribe@burningman.org

Saguaro Man Artists

One of the main focalizing aspects of this regional burn is to rediscover artistic expression and to celebrate art as one of the fundamental tenets of the AZBurner community. This is a shout out to any and all types of artists, whether your work is new, old, amateur, pro, quirky, political, lowbrow, sophisticated or serious. If you would like to share your plans, or need assistance, post to arizona-announce+subscribe@burningman.org or our Saguaro Man Facebook Group.

Saguaro Man is an opportunity to express your visions for our future. For more information, please visit our Art Grant Request Form. See the Art/Artists for most recent art.

Any questions about art at Saguaro Man contact Art Lead: Conchita

Saguaro Man Gate/Greeters

Ahh, those friendly, smiling faces that first meet you when you arrive! We need people to help us with greeter shifts. This is a fantastic way to get directly involved with Saguaro Man; not only do you get to smile and have fun with a great bunch of people, you get your own fire too! Get involved with Saguaro Man Greeters!!! For more information about Gate/Greeters contact: greeters@azburners.org

Saguaro Man Theme Camps / Sound Camps

Planning on bringing a Theme Camp/Sound Camp to Saguaro Man? Make sure to read thru the Saguaro Man Sound Policy. Please register your camp we know you’re coming and what you are bringing for the community.

Get involved with Saguaro Man Theme/Sound Camps on our Yahoo Group or the Saguaro Man Facebook Group.

Questions about Theme Camp should be directed to: Placement Lead: Nate | Sound Lead: Chaz

Temple guardians

If the Temple has a special place in your heart, join us and help hold the space so that others might experience the wonder that brings us back.  Guardians keep watch for injuries and unsafe conditions, including fire, climbing, vehicle traffic, and problems with the structure. We do not make rules, nor are we enforcers; we watch quietly and act skillfully when necessary to protect the safety and sacred space of the Temple. We do require people to be sober during your shifts (3hrs); and we prefer that they dress as they would anywhere else on event (part of being invisible).

Temple Guardians will need attend a short Training Session – held on-site Dates, times and location TBA soon.

Questions should be directed to: templeguardians@azburners.org

Shift signups coming soon.

Heliotropic Rangers

The Heliotropic Rangers are part of a larger group of Rangers, the Black Rock Rangers. The Heliotropic Rangers play a significant part in running Saguaro Man, assisting participants in disputes, medical situations and general welfare. To learn more about what they do, please visit the Heliotropic Rangers website.

For more information about Heliotropic Rangers contact – Ranger Lead:  Ranger Kristin