Warehouse Galleries: Permanent Collection
Exhibit Dates: January 23 – February 6
With nearly 50 years of art collecting, the Anderson Arts Center’s permanent collection is quite varied and expansive, yet remains some of the most interesting work in the area. See our collection of both 2-D and 3-D work in this limited-time show available for viewing.
Atrium Gallery: CT Weiss
Exhibit Dates: December 6, 2019 – February 6, 2020
C.T. Weiss has been an active photographer for more than 30 years. His undergraduate degree from American University focused on darkroom and studio photography with an emphasis on black and white imagery, and he has been an active photographer ever since. He has shown photos in Illinois, North Carolina, and South Carolina and even got the chance to do an artist in residency at the Prairie Center of the Arts in Peoria, Il. He also managed a working darkroom while at school at Appalachian State University and incorporates photography into the classes he teaches currently at Clemson University.
His love for photography came from his father. As a kid he always remembers his dad with a camera, and he even still uses the old medium format camera his dad got for Christmas back in the 1950’s.
While his love is for black and white darkroom photography, he has transitioned with the times and also embraced the world of digital photography. He often starts with a photo negative and then scans and prints it digitally.
His style is hard to describe but it focuses on capturing a special moment that has the potential to tell a story or create a conversation. Whether it be from a different angle or because of weather or lighting, taking a photo always gets him excited.
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The Anderson Arts Center strives to meet the cultural needs of our diverse community through local and national exhibits, comprehensive arts programming for all ages, and community based public art projects.
Funding assistance provided by the Anderson County and City Accommodations Tax Fund and by the South Carolina Arts Commission, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts.