Buffalo Infringement Festival’s 2019
Call for Work will be April 1-15
The Buffalo Infringement Festival (BIF) is an interdisciplinary art and music festival celebrating its 15th year this summer, Thursday July 25- Sunday August 4, 2019. Theatre, busking, chalk art, live painting, workshops, film, slam poetry, photography, fill in the blank- if you can do it, you can infringe it! All levels and types of art encouraged. Participation is free!
Please visit http://www.infringebuffalo.org for more information about BIF and to submit your ideas. Call for work this year will be April 1-15 (April Fools to Tax Day.)
For assistance submitting, please contact organizers through the BIF facebook page or group, or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or attend either the submission assistance workshop on Tuesday April 2 at 6pm at Pussywillow Gallery, 141 Elmwood Avenue, or attend the Last Call fundraiseron Saturday April 13 at 8pm at Milkie’s, 522 Elmwood Ave. Planning meetings are every first Monday at 7pm at the Allentown Association, 61 College Street in Buffalo and all are always invited.
This year we are also encouraging potential new venue hosts to submit your information at http://www.infringebuffalo.org. BIF organizers will be in contact with potential new venues after the Call for Work submissions.
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April 2 BIF19 Submission Workshop- fb.com/events/2337512816528232/April 13 Last Call fundraiser- fb.com/events/509318982914535/ fb.com/infringeeveryday | fb.com/groups/22033482171/ instagram.com/buffaloinfringementfestival/
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