Reimagining A Buffalo Landmark | Free Preview Screening April 11th

Join us for a special preview screening of the latest WNED-TV original production, "Reimagining a Buffalo Landmark" -- a 30-minute documentary and comprehensive digital content project on the Richardson Olmsted Campus. Through interviews, archival images, and contemporary video, we share the nearly 150-year history of this remarkable campus and how it is becoming a key part of Buffalo’s current renaissance.

Thursday, April 11 at 5:30pm

WNED | WBFO Studios
Horizon’s Plaza
140 Lower Terrace, Buffalo, NY 14202

The event will include a preview screening of the documentary followed by a question and answer session with producers and a representative from the Richardson Olmsted Campus.
  • 5:30pm: Doors open
  • 6pm: Program begins
  • 6:15pm: Screening of "Reimagining a Buffalo Landmark"
  • 6:45pm: Audience Q&A The event will include a preview screening of the documentary followed by a question and answer session with producers and a representative from the Richardson Olmsted Campus.
  • 5:30pm: Doors open
  • 6pm: Program begins
  • 6:15pm: Screening of "Reimagining a Buffalo Landmark"
  • 6:45pm: Audience Q&A

The Screening Event Is Free, But Tickets Are Limited And You Need To Register

Premieres Friday, April 12 at 9pm on WNED-TV

This WNED-TV original production shares the 150-year history and massive rehabilitation effort of a national historic landmark in Buffalo, NY designed by American architect H.H. Richardson, with landscape by Frederick Law Olmsted. Originally built as the Buffalo State Asylum for the Insane, the buildings and grounds are undergoing rehabilitation efforts to transform the campus into a community asset for the future.
WNED | WBFO is conveniently located in downtown Buffalo at 140 Lower Terrace, near the I-190. The entrance to our parking lot is on Charles Street (also known as "Mark Russell Alley").

Reimagining a Buffalo Landmark is funded by the Peter C. Cornell Trust, The Zemsky Family and the Members of WNED | WBFO.