The Buffalo non-profit community is creative during the holiday season, as the pandemic has virtually defeated all fundraising events in person.
One of the ways these organizations get is to sell goods. Of course it’s just that indeed works if organizations have goods for sale – hats, cups, shirts and so on.
One of Buffalo’s favorite organizations that has found that it needs to “get its gear” is Music Art (MiA). But instead of selling their wholesale goods, it was decided to pair it with 26Shirts and release a range of Buffalo packages, a music festival, t-shirts and sweatshirts.
“From education to instrumental devices to help aspiring musicians, we have been an integral part of the Buffalo music scene. Hopefully we encourage people to find their own musical voice, to think about how music affects their lives and most importantly, to think about … music is an art. ”- Music is an art
Despite the steaming of the pandemic, MiA, like many other organizations, is forced to raise the bar high and clear by holding a virtual. programs and initiatives.
Normally, thinking in MiA “The show should continue!”
In total, 5 t-shirt designs were released, featuring works by artists / designers Philip Burke, Chris Maine, Carol Phillip and Lorry Free.
MiA limited edition will only be available until December 6, when the item will be delivered to music lovers across the country.
If you’re looking for some fun gifts for friends and family – gifts that help make a difference in the WNY music community, keep an eye out for these classic and timeless outfits.
Click here to buy an inspired T-shirt and / or MiA shirt.