Hello Burn Family,
As you know recently we with the closing of the Good Luck Bar and Grill we have started a search for a new location for our Meet and Greets. We are asking if you will please fill out the following form so that we can refine our search for new location(s). Click this link to fill out the survey. Thank you.
Hi all the people doing all the things! As your Finance Lead, I have updated the system for requesting reimbursement or advance funding from Gateway Burners. Please use this google form from 9/25/19-on for any request for funding (not applicable to art grants). If I’ve already got your request for funding, don’t worry about resubmitting with this form.
**Gateway Family Afterburn Picnic
Oct 20, 2019 11-5
300 Halsey St, St Louis, MO 63125-4251
Please join your Gateway Burner Family at Ordnance Shelter at Sylvan Springs Park for a Family Afterburn Picnic! Potluck picnic provided by you and your burner family. All ages welcome.
There are two access points for the Ordnance Shelter, from Sheridan Road and from Boundary Road. The shelter is near a free skate park within Sylvan Springs Park so if you are so inclined bring your board! Shelter has power for our crockpots. Portos at the shelter, flushing restrooms over at the skate park.
If you just can’t get enough of your burner family and want to continue the conversation and fun once the sun sets, head on over to Justin and Robin’s house to sit around their fire pit for a spell. Their home is only two miles from the park at 9925 S. Broadway St.
Signup Genius for Potluck Offerings
2020 GATEWAY Announcements
**EFFIGY DESIGN SUBMISSION TIME
Let’s get the ball rolling on some effigy submissions. What would you like to see for 2020? Send your ideas, drawings, Popsicle stick structures, or whatever you think would be awesome to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks, Your Gateway effigy team
**2020 GAS Team and Grant Cycle
As you know, Gateway burners loves to give away money to help make amazing art. And this year your Art Support Department is getting a whole new look. Let’s welcome our new Gateway Art Support Team Leads for 2020!
This year’s team:
The first order of business will be to make the grant process more functional for artists, and make it easier to secure funding for large projects earlier in the year. This way artists will have more time to complete big amazing things to make us all go Ooooooooh and Aaaaaaah at our lovely Gateway Burn. This will be accomplished with several new grant methods.
Quarterly Funding Grants will begin in October. Got a big idea that will take months to complete? Wanna get it started? This one’s for you! Submit your ideas via grant application, and if it’s approved by the jury you will receive funding periodically throughout the year as your project moves through the process toward completion. This is ideal for large scale projects that require a long time frame and large sums of money. Don’t be shy! We want to give you money to make cool art!
Consumable Grants will help with renewable expenses for existing projects. Need propane for your poofer? This grant is for you. Need to repaint that giant paper mache penis with the green wig? We can pay for the paint. Looking to replenish the supply of soda cans for your cold drink cannon? Sounds unsafe. We like it! Put in a grant, we got you covered.
Transportation Grants will help cover the cost of transportation for new and existing projects. Large art that needs alternative transportation methods would be eligible for these grants. Projects far enough from our home to make the cost of bringing them prohibitive should also apply. We want to help you bring your amazing work home to share with the community!
Opportunities to apply for these grants will be coming soon, and throughout the year, so keep an eye on Facebook, gatewayburners.org, and the community newsletter for details!
The quarterly grants will run in four rounds. The Fall cycle will begin this month and will run for 4 weeks. There will be a two week break between each cycle. The Winter and Spring cycles will provide the next increments of funding for projects started in the winter cycle, as well as funding for new projects. The last chance for projects requesting advance funds under these cycles will be April 5th. The summer cycle will be the final one of the year, with funding being dispersed as reimbursement after Gateway.
We are also creating a new jury process for art grants this year, to keep the new grant process more streamlined. Our jury will include 1 current Gateway Board Member, 1 current Gateway Event Coordinator, 1 leader from a local art organization (this year’s will be Artica) as well as 4 community members. There will also be alternates for all 7 positions (or as many as possible) to ensure meetings can happen according to the preset schedule. The jury will meet four times over the year (once for each round of grants) with meetings taking on average one to two hours. If you’d like to be one of the community jurors, fill out the application at the end of this post! It’s a fun opportunity to help make art happen at Gateway, and also gives a sneak peak at the years most awesome projects.
Does all this seem a little confusing? Don’t worry. Your Gateway Art Support Team will be posting extensively prior to each round of grants with instructions on how to apply, when, and where. There will be updates on the website and in the newsletter as well, and you can reach any of your team members via Facebook messenger or by emailing (insert GAS email address here).
Thanks for being a part of our amazing family, all you awesome burners. We hope to make this year’s Gateway more full of art, light, and fire than ever before. We’ll see you back at home!
Juror Volunteer Form:
Gateway Art Support email:
Gateway Burn Facebook Event Page
Have a document for the Archives send them to: email@example.com