Carry Me Ohio: Matt Eich

EXHIBITION OPENING JUNE 2, 2017 Matt Eich (b. 1986) is a photographic essayist and portrait photographer born and based in Virginia. He holds a BS...   Read More

Guest Journal: Cody Simms + The StoryStream Project

[Cody is a University of Virginia student and an intern at The Bridge. He’s been hard at work conceptualizing how to transform a classic...   Read More

World Art: Refugees

EXHIBITION OPENING MARCH 3, 2017 The World Art Exhibit features thirty-three drawings created by refugees from eight countries.  All of the work expresses aspects...   Read More

2016 Gift Forest

Gift Forest is a pop-up market featuring over 50 artists, makers and collectors from across the region.  On November 30 The Bridge will be...   Read More

Brielle DuFlon’s “We Made You This”

The exhibition consists of nine hand-sewn assemblages on canvas, composed of found, discarded and lost human itms, which have been organized by color or...   Read More

NO WAKE Public Artist Residency Celebration

This family-friendly event is free and begins at 5:00 with refreshments and a chance to mingle–food will be available for purchase from Cote-Rotie Food...   Read More

10th Anniversary Retrospective of The Bridge PAI

In 2004 local artists, Zach Worrell and Greg Antrim Kelly, decided that Charlottesville needed a place where artists could share, perform and gather with...   Read More

“The Blissful Dark” – Exhibition & Opening Reception

Stop by The Bridge for September’s Final Friday and take in “The Blissful Dark”, an exhibition by Jack Graves, III. As described by Graves, “Twelve...   Read More

Cheers For Charity at Starr Hill Brewery

The Bridge has been chosen by Starr Hill’s Cheers For Charity program as its featured nonprofit for the month of August.  That means for...   Read More

Benjamin O’Brien Concert & SuperCollider Workshop, July 28 6:00 pm

The evening will begin with a concert of works that were composed using the open-source audio programming language SuperCollider. Following a brief discussion &...   Read More