2019 Ignite! Art Grant Information and Application
One of the most incredible elements of the Ignite! experience is the artwork and creativity that blankets the landscape and fills the corners of Combustia. It's something that lives in the memories of everyone who has attended. We invite you to contribute to that experience, and would love to hear your ideas and see if we can help fund their completion.

Anyone can apply for an art grant; you don't have to be a professional or even consider yourself an artist. We want YOU to make something to share! This is an all ages opportunity. If under age 18, the individual must have an adult sponsor that is approved by their parent or guardian (if not one of those). If you are an adult burner with some creative youngin’s, work with them to help pitch and develop their ideas and let’s bring some of their art to Combustia!

All forms of creativity may apply; in addition to fire and lights, other awesome iterations of creativity are: performance art, interactive installations, sculptures great and small, floating and flying dreams, and ephemeral experiences. You can engage any or all of the five senses, and give us an experience to take home that we won’t find anywhere else. The number of projects we will fund is not limited, nor the amounts granted to each, but the total amount of funds we have limits the final results. For 2019, we have a total budget of $3,000 to disperse between all recipients.

This document outlines the following elements: Process, Exemptions, Selection Criteria, and Application Requirements.

Please be thorough in your responses and include pictures! Over the years, projects that are thoroughly yet concisely described with images included have been the most successful at receiving funding. Clear budgets, concept images, and attention to detail helps the jury see your vision.

These elements should give you what you need to apply. Read through everything and show us how amazing the art will be this year. Please forward any questions, images, renderings, and other support materials electronically to artgrants@ignite-burn.com.

Share your creativity with the Ignite! family.

Who can apply?
Anyone in the Combustia community who does not fall in the categories below:
* A member of Ignite! leadership (this includes IPA, Team Leads, Team Co-Leads)
* A member of the Transformus Family of Burns Board of Directors
* Significant others (co-habitating partners) of any of the above

If under the age of 18, must have an adult sponsor that either is, or is approved by, their parent or guardian

Process & Schedule:
* 12/10/18 - Art Grants OPEN
* 01/15/19 - Art Grants CLOSE
* 01/20/19 - All applications blinded and forwarded to the jury
* 01/26/19 - The jury scores each blinded application based on criteria mentioned below
* 02/02/19 - Jury reviews scores, selects projects, and recommends funding via Google Meets
* 02/06/19 - Applicants will receive an email with details on selection and funding
* 02/15/19 - Tax information and contracts due back from artists
* 02/28/19 - First payment of 60% issued to artists
* 04/06/19 - Proof of substantial completion due for distribution of the 2nd payment of 30%
* 05/23/19 - Delivery and installation at Ignite!
* 07/01/19- Final Payment of 10% processed after the event

There are limits to what Ignite! will fund for these projects. Consider the following as you develop your concept:

Exemptions from funding:
• Individual Theme Camp (note that creativity placed within Theme Camps can be considered)
• Artists' time, labor, or personal transportation costs
• Theme Camp Infrastructure (structures, bar, sound systems, lighting, etc.)
• Alcohol
• Large scale equipment, including durable items mainly intended for personal use
• Projects that where previously funded cannot be funded again (with limited exceptions)

Selection Criteria:
• Feasibility
Physical - Financial - Schedule - Is it well thought out and realistic?
• Community Engagement/Interaction
Does it engage burners and add to the Ignite Experience?
• Safety
Is it safe, in regard to fire, heights, sharp metal, or other physical danger?
Remember this is an all ages event. Children will be present.
• Leave No Trace
Is it effective within the Spirithaven environment? Adhere to burner principles?
• Jury Preference/Personal Appeal
The jury considers if it is something they would personally like to see at Ignite.

Final Thoughts
* Be thorough and concise, noting when elements are not applicable (N/A).
* You can only apply for one art project. We want everyone to have a chance at receiving money.
* If awarded an art grant of $600 or more, you will receive a 1099 at the end of the year.

Questions that were not covered here, please email artgrants@ignite-burn.com


Email address *
Legal Name *
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Burner Name *
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Phone Number *
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Mailing Address *
Street Address, City, State, and Zip Code
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If you are under the age of 18, do you have an adult sponsor that is, or is approved by, your parent or guardian?
Project Title *
Your name for the project
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Elevator Pitch/Newsletter Blurb *
Describe in a few concise sentences the overall idea and elements that create it. This will be shared with the community to briefly express the idea if it is awarded.
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Detailed Physical Description *
Describe the physical elements that create the idea, this can include sound and light. Include space requirements (Height x Width x Depth), Weight, and basic structures required. Also include placement of elements and how they interact.
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Proposed Location *
Describe the desired site for the project and how it will impact Combustia and its landscape. You may provide a map if this helps in the description of the space. Note if the work requires the use of existing nature or structures. Understand that any placement requests are not guaranteed and final placement will be the responsibility of City Planning.
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Materials and Budget *
Provide a detailed list of all physical materials, with line item costs associated with each component, and a total at the bottom. Make clear note of possible subtractions for a lower cost alternate.
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Total Requested Amount *
Total amount needed for proposed project, including materials and any other costs.
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Alternative Budget *
What is the minimum amount that you would need to bring something? Present a proposal with budget reduction. Provide an alternate option, if possible, that will allow the expression of your vision and concept with a reduced scale. This will afford the jury an opportunity to consider funding a lower cost piece as opposed to altogether passing on it.
Your answer
Power Requirements *
Note any need for power and how the power is to be supplied (generator, solar, wind, water, other), and how sound may be managed if a generator is used. It is the responsibility of the artist to arrange power sources. The Art and City Planning Teams will not arrange this for you.
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Detailed Timeline *
Design/Fabrication/Installation/Removal Phases - Provide a detailed schedule in days or weeks for each noted phase and its elements, with the assumed conclusion being the event the last week in May.
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Transportation Requirements *
List means of delivery and return. This is the soul responsibility of the artist.
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Community Involvement *
Design/Fabrication/Installation/Removal Phases - Detail how each phase may or may not include or require the Ignite community. Also, how the idea engages the community once it is completed - do you play with it? Do you interact with it? What does it do?
Your answer
Flame Effects - Safety *
If your project includes fire, give a detailed description of how safety will be addressed by location of the flame, physical guards, or other means. All FRT requirements must be followed and all pieces involving fire must be inspected by FRT before use.
Your answer
Other Safety *
List any non-flame related safety issues and how they will be addressed.
Your answer
Leave No Trace *
What is your Leave No Trace plan? Every part of the project must be fully removed from Spirithaven. Please also note here if your project will require digging any holes or other alterations to the landscape.
Your answer
Personnel Required *
Design/Fabrication/Installation/Removal Phases - If you require help, list the number of people required to execute phases and their roles. Consider that there are limits for early arrival based on the scale of the project.
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Imagery *
Renderings/drawings/CAD/material examples/other imagery optional, but suggested to promote the best understanding of your concept. Copy URLs below or please email images to artgrants@ignite-burn.com and include name and title of art grant.
Your answer
Longevity *
Will the project be able to be stored and return in future years, will it be installed anywhere in the "default world"?
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Submission Discloser *
Is this project being submitted to the other Ignite! sister burns (Transformus/Synthesis)? Has this project received prior grants from Ignite! or the sister burns?
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Other Information
Is there any other information about yourself or others involved you would like to share for us to consider in the process?
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