We popped up at the Elmwood Avenue Festival of the Arts this weekend. Thank you to everyone who visited us at our booth! This was our first time doing a festival and we had a lot of fun!
We would like to say THANK YOU to everyone who came out and helped us make Big Tent Revival: Photography Pop Up an event to remember. Also a big thanks to the artists who participated and helped with preparations all along the way. And to the Buffalo Obscura team members who work behind the scenes in countless ways to help us realize our vision, there is no way we could do this with out you! Special thanks to Daniel Britt who hosted us at Transfiguration Church, his passion project.
We’ll be presenting Big Tent Revival: Photography Pop Up on the grounds of Transfiguration Church on July 26th from 6-11pm. As part of our preparations, we invited the artists and collaborators to visit the site and have a rare look and tour of the inside. The new owner, Daniel Britt, showed everyone around.
We’ve had several Buffalo Obscura meetings recently with contributing artists for our upcoming show, Big Tent Revival: Photography Pop Up, scheduled for Friday July 26th in a soon to be announced obscure location near you. In addition to photography, we’ll have a series of short features involving large scale projections, live drawing, music and more. Stay tuned.
It was an amazing night! Thank you to everyone who helped us celebrate 2 years of photography pop ups at our 6th one-night-only event, Route 62 Photography Pop up! All photos by Matt Weinberg.
Big news! Traveler Mark Von Kohler, now driving to Buffalo from Texas along Route 62, has been added to Friday’s photo line up.
We are very excited to announce that ‘meet the bacons‘ will be joining us for, Route 62: Photography Pop up at Mackey’s Shamrock Room!
The acoustic duo of Joe & Robin Bacon are from Buffalo, NY. They draw influences from many great vocal duos, like Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash, Simon and Garfunkel, Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris and Shovels and Rope, with music styles that cross classic country, rock, bluegrass, blues and folk (more easily described as Americana music).