Anderson Center for the Arts
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President Adolph Anderson and his wife Margaret planned Anderson Center for the Arts as a catalyst and venue for cultural events in both College and community. At the time, the facility was the most expensive ($4 million) and strikingly modern building on the campus--a large curving structure with large circles at both ends.
The facility continues to serve as a center for art and culture on campus, and although modified on the interior to accommodate Hartwick's ever changing art and music programs, much of the original interior finishes and fixtures remain, as does the striking exterior. A sculpture garden, in honor of the late Trustee Margaret Foreman, was added in the 1990s and provides a unique outdoor area for exhibit receptions, concerts, and classes.
Bailey, Ronald H. Hartwick College, A Bicentennial History: 1797-1997. Oneonta, NY: Hartwick College, 1997.
Milener, Eugene D. Oneonta: The Development of a Railroad Town. Second revised edition. Plainview, NY: EPI, 1997.