Life is Art
Every spring semester, the Music Industry Club hosts the Life is Art festival. The festival is a benefit for the not-for-profit organization Music is Art, a foundation founded in 2004 by The Goo Goo Doll’s bassist Robby Takac. The foundation promotes and explores the impact of music on the cultural, social and educational aspects of local communities.
The MIC festival, hosted off campus in downtown Fredonia, has raised thousands of dollars for Music is Art since the first Life Is Art festival in 2009. Each festival displays local art to the public, incorporating such forms as live music, poetry, comedy, and dance, to name a few. MIC members have continued to grow the festival in exciting ways as the years go on and it has grown into a staple of the MIC agenda.
If you are a vendor interested in signing-up for this event, please see the attached form:
2011 Vendor Agreement form (PDF)