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Buffalo Infringement festival press conference July 8

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Buffalo Infringement festival celebrates its 10th year the festival is July 25-August 3. They host their press conference & preview July, 8at Babeville 341 Delaware Ave, Buffalo, NY 14202 7pm-9pm in Buffalo NY to announce this year full line up. It’s free and open to the public. The buffalo “infringement” festival is a non-profit-driven, non-hierarchical grassroots endeavor bringing together a broad range of eclectic, independent, experimental, and controversial art of all forms. Visual, performing, musical, and media arts are all welcome here. Taking place in multiple venues in and around Buffalo’s Allentown District, the festival is an annual eleven-day event running from the last weekend of July through the first weekend of August.

The organization has democratically chosen sample of artists, musicians, actors, poets and more will give you a taste of what is to come at this year’s festival. As an education campaign, the general public is asked to participate as grassroots “press” and will be encouraged to publicize the event via blog, Facebook and word of mouth! Each audience member will get VIP treatment, behind the scenes information and receive a press pass for this 100% FREE EVENT! A cash bar is available for your convenience!

For more info on Buffalo Infringement festival goes to: http://infringebuffalo.org/about.php

This event is organized by an ad-hoc committee whose members include (among others):

Aaron Armstrong

(film/video)

Leslie Fineberg

danceundertheradar <at> gmail.com

(dance)

Jeannette Knop

jknop5326 <at> gmail.com

(PR)

Joe Maniacci

(backline & tech support)

Cat McCarthy

visual infringement <at> live.com

(visual art)

Dave Pape

depape <at> buffalo.edu

(treasurer, web)

Curt Rotterdam

merlinsbooking <at> gmail.com

(music)

Patrick Sears

(housing, meeting chair)

Bill Smythe

(venues)

Carly Weiser

(theatre & spoken word)

Marty Boratin

Kevin Cain

Matt Crane

Amy Duengfelder

Geoffrey Peters

Ted Powell

John Shotwell

Peter Sorkin

Sparky

Tom Stoll

Susan Tanner

Tristan Trump

Rick Vallone

The organizing committee is open to all, and new volunteer members are always welcome. We need new blood! See announcements on Facebook for upcoming meetings and other ways to support the festival.

The festival has been planned and helped by numerous people over the past years. We would like to acknowledge the following folks for their involvement:

Kurt Schneiderman (founder)

Ron Ehmke

Scott Andrew Kurchak

Matt LaChiusa

Sandra Firmin

Michele Costa

Tim McPeek

Jason Klinger

Annette Daniels-Taylor

Arzu Ozkal

Brian Milbrand

Curt Bischoff

Craig Reynolds

Christian Brandjes

Floyd Baker

Josephine Anstey

Josh Smith

Julian Montague

Taunee Grant

Katie Sehr

Kristy Meal

Kyle Price

Lynn Lasota

Mike Mulley

Mark Goldman

Pamela Ybanez

Paul Szpakowski

Phil Campanile

Sandra Jardine

Susan Marie

Kathleen Foster

Virginia Brannon

Elizabeth Bager

Diana Miranda-Gaedder

Aubrey Zich

Jose David Lopez Sanchez

Dan Zeis

Jose Rodriguez

Steve Myers

Jessica Pitingolo

Marybeth Wojtaszek

Madeleine Cutrona

Janna Willoughby-Lohr

Chris Uebbing

Ashley Bobbett

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