Steven L. Anderson is an exhibiting artist who lives and works in Atlanta, GA.
Steven L. Anderson (b, 1971, Ann Arbor, MI) is an exhibiting artist, and Co-Director of Day & Night Projects—an artist-run gallery in Atlanta that he helped initiate in 2016. Anderson is a recipient of a 2018–19 Artist Project Grant from the Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs, and a 2018 Fulton County Fine Art Acquisition Program finalist. Anderson was part of the first annual TAR Project Therapeutic Artist Residency in 2016–17. He has been a Studio Artist at Atlanta Contemporary (2013–16), a 2015 Hambidge Center Distinguished Fellow, and a 2014–15 WonderRoot Walthall Artist Fellow. Anderson’s notebooks are in the permanent collection of the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library at Emory University.
Steven is a graduate of the University of Michigan and The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He has exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the United States for the last twenty years. Anderson’s day job is Sr. Graphic Designer at the Office of Undergraduate Admission at Emory University. He lives in Atlanta with his wife, daughter, and cat.