1. To develop an archive of
photographs of and about the city of Clemson, SC and
its people, through structured and ongoing contribution
of photographs, and to make the archive available to
users of Clemson images and those simply interested in
2. To produce, from the archive, a book of photographs
taken during the four seasons in a 12 month period
(Seasons of Clemson).
3. To produce, from the archive, single photographs for
sale or license.
October 15, 2008
January 15, 2009
March 26, 2009
June 16, 2009
The Four Photo Days
Day 1: November 14,
Day 2: February 8,
Day 3: April 18,
Day 4: July 3,
You can search by season in the Seasons of Clemson
Album and find all photos submitted on one of these
days. Click the Search button in the photo albums to
see a list of keywords that can help you find the
photos you want to see.
Get the Book
Seasons of Clemson, a book of photography created
from photos in this project taken on the four photo
days, is on sale at the Arts Center. The
hardcover version of the 120-page book is $38.95; a limited number
signed by Mayor Larry Abernathy can be purchased at the Arts Center
for $50.00. The soft cover version is on sale in retail outlets
in the Clemson area or at the Arts Center at $19.95 per copy.
Prints of individual book photographs and related gift items can be purchased at our online store.
75% of the net proceeds from these sales go to the photographer, with
the remainder going to fund programs at the Arts Center.
(Download the reservation form and return it to
the Arts Center.)
View the Albums
The Seasons of Clemson Album contains all
photos submitted for the Seasons of Clemson book
project. The Clemson Photo Archive Album contains
other photos submitted to the archive. (See the panel
at right, The Project Continues, to
Within the Albums, you can view photos,
search for photos taken by a particular photographer,
or search for photos that present a particular aspect
of Clemson by keyword.
A photomosaic of all photos submitted for the
Seasons of Clemson book project is under
construction. Click the link above to view the
current mosaic. Hover your cursor over a point on the
mosaic to see the project photo that is a component
at that point; click to see that photo in a new