Walk inside the old AM&A building for one night only

Posted at 11:17 AM, Dec 04, 2018

For the first time in 20 years, you'll have the chance to revisit history in downtown Buffalo.

The doors at AM&A's will open Friday from 6 to 11 p.m. for a photography and visual arts show.

You'll be able to purchase unframed prints for $25 from local artists including Brendan Bannon, Joel Brenden, Linda Gellman, Chris Hawley, Molly Jarboe, Christina Laing, Amy Luraschi, Greg Meadows, Tom Schmitt, Ginny Rose Stewart, and David Torke. 

The future of the old AM&A's building in downtown Buffalo is in doubt after the previous owner filed for foreclosure. The current owner, Landco failed to pay Horizon portions of the mortgage which total $2,175,000. This was supposed to be done on November 25th, 2014. 

The former department store is located on Main Street. 

Buffalo Obscura set up the event. It's the fifth photography pop up organized by the group. 


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