by Anthony - posted 2:00 pm, August 6, 2014
The 2014 Buffalo Infringement Festival wrapped up this past Sunday, August 3rd. Take a look at these live shots from several memorable performances taken throughout the fest. Photos by Joshua Underscore.
Will Folk For Food at the College St. Block Party on 7/27
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Here are some images from this year’s Infringement Festival by photographer joshua underscore:
Bourbon & Coffee at Nietzsche’s 7/24.
Infringement Opening Parade on Allen St. on 7/24
Anal Pudding at Nietzsche’s on 7/25
by Anthony - posted 1:41 pm, July 24, 2014
The 2014 Buffalo Infringement Festival starts today and runs through July 24th. Look for the opening parade through the streets of Buffalo at 6, heading to Days Park at 6:30, followed by the opening ceremonies at Netizsche’s, starting at 7pm.
Make sure to pick up a copy of this week’s Artvoice! Inside, you’ll find a full pull-out schedule inserted in the middle of the paper detailing every performance, installation, show, and event taking place as part of this year’s festival.
You can also download a PDF version of the insert by clicking here.
For more information about the Buffalo Infringement Festival, including updates about any last minute changes to the program, please visit www.InfringeBuffalo.org.
Our pals at the Infringement Festival are holding a design competition for next year’s festival logo:
The Buffalo Infringement Festival (BIF) is seeking entries for its Logo Design Contest. The winning logo will be used for the 2010 Festival posters, brochure, and video; the designer will receive credit for logo. Designers can submit as many logos as they would like. Images must be digitally rendered, at least 300dpi, TIFF format, and submitted via email firstname.lastname@example.org. All submissions are due by January 1, 2011 and must include designers name(s) and contact information to be eligible.
Rooted in Buffalo’s Allentown district, Infringement showcases independent,experimental, emerging and established artists. Music, dance, visual and performing arts and poetry are all welcomed, as the festival creates spaces for public art, provides exposure to regional artists and builds relationships with local venues. More information about BIF and samples of previous year’s logos are available at www.infringebuffalo.org.