The Anderson Arts Center located in historic Downtown Anderson, offers two unique venue locations for your upcoming reception, anniversary celebration, birthday, retirement, meeting, or corporate event, each with its own charm and sophistication.
The Warehouse located at 110 Federal Street, originally a warehouse for the P&N Train Depot, was renovated in 2005 and now serves as the Anderson Arts Center Warehouse. A careful and detailed restoration, we kept the iconic features of exposed brick walls, heart pine floors, wooden beams, and original elevator lifts, recalling the vintage and rustic origins of the Anderson community. The large open interior space offers the perfect venue to celebrate any occasion. Building access is available from Murray Avenue, Federal Street and Main Street with ample parking.
The historic Carnegie Building located at 405 North Main Street was constructed in 1908 through funds granted by the Carnegie Foundation. Originally built as a Carnegie Library, this beautiful open gallery, was the home to the Anderson Arts Center from 1972 until 2005 and now houses the Anderson Arts Center’s Permanent Collection. Large white fluted columns line the middle isle between the three galleries. The tall ceilings and bright interior of this gallery make the Carnegie Building perfect for any event!
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HOURS OF OPERATION
Tuesday - Friday
9:30am - 5:30pm
Saturday - Sunday
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.
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