In the Gallery

Our Gallery is a rousing social laboratory for diverse ideas and practices. Monthly exhibits and pop-ups showcase emerging artists while shining a spotlight on pioneering concepts and social trends. We challenge the expectations of a traditional white-wall gallery by nurturing diversity, maintaining flexibility, and facilitating cross-contamination of ideas and disciplines.

Collaborative Residency 2017

          D O M E S T I C   A L C H E M Y During the months...   Read More

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

Bolanle Adeboye: Macrocosmos

Bringing The Inside Out at the The Bridge PAI This May Opening reception for “Macrocosmos” on First Friday, May 5, 5:30-7:30pm.  Live music performance...   Read More

Parlor of Horrors

Parlor of Horrors will transform The Bridge’s Belmont gallery into a dungeon of classic cinema horror this October! The Parlor of Horrors is local...   Read More

People of Charlottesville: Aaron Farrington

Opening November 3, 2017. Details to come.

Empowering Women of Color

EXHIBITION OPENING FEBRUARY 3, 2017 We are pleased to present “Empowering Women of Color”, a collaborative show highlighting Charlottesville’s female artists of color. To...   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

Shake Can Vigorously (Pop-up demo/exhibit)

April 7th features local graffiti artists creating large scale artworks in real time. Stop by to see the artists in action. We’re excited to partner...   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