Hard to believe it's already this time of year, but the annual Buffalo Infringement Festival -- which balloons bigger and bigger every year -- has announced it is now accepting proposals for projects. Interested musicians, actors, playwrights, painters, sculptors, hula-hoopers and multidisciplinary artists of every imaginable variety can apply here. Proposals (which are automatically accepted, pursuant to Infringement's uniquely egalitarian mission) are due on tax day -- April 15. Here's the official release:
The Buffalo Infringement Festival is 11 days of under the radar art. During the festival, the city comes alive with a range of eclectic, independent, experimental, and controversial art of all forms. Originating in Allentown, art bursts from every corner of the city, pumping creativity and absurdity along the way. The Buffalo Infringement Festival is a non-profit-driven, non-hierarchical endeavor organized by volunteers in our community. Infringement continues its three-fold mission of providing exposure to regional artists, building relationships with local venues and creating space for public art. Infringement welcomes all musicians, visual artists, dancers, poets, actors, filmmakers, performance artists, and street performers to submit a proposal. There are no fees to enter and every application is accepted.