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Guest Journal: Patsy Asuncion – Bridges, Not Walls

Bridges, Not Walls [Patsy Asuncion is a powerful member of our vibrant community here at The Bridge. Whether she’s promoting an open mic night, organizing...   Read More

Revel Sponsorships

    YOU KEEP THE PARTY GOING ALL YEAR LONG! Thanks for being a crucial part of all we do at The Bridge. We...   Read More

REVEL

                 Revel is our rebellious take on the non-profit fundraiser. It caters to Charlottesville’s creative class, fringe...   Read More

In the Gallery, June 13-July 24: Tactics of Collaboration

Tactics of Collaboration: A Participatory Playbook is an exhibit, classroom, and workshop space that seeks to showcase and share the collaborative tactics that contemporary...   Read More

Perspective: Daillen Culver on Transitory Encounters

Written by Daillen Culver, UVa Student Intern at The Bridge PAI For the past six months, environmental artist Benjamin Thorp has made the commute...   Read More

In the Gallery: xClinic Outpost – Artwork by Natalie Jeremijenko

Written by: Nichole Rustin-Paschal Natalie Jeremijenko, techno-artist, academic, scientist, brings an extraordinarily imaginative vision to environmental activism. Her experimental design work on the interrelationship between...   Read More

Natalie Jeremijenko’s xCLINIC Prescription for Environmental Health Workshop

Written by: Nichole Rustin-Paschal How can our community address through collective action the environmental issues that come with living in an urban environment? What tools...   Read More

Push Play – Community Performance and Art Showcase

Push Play #1 January 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Push Play is a monthly opportunity for friends and families to join together and support...   Read More

In the Gallery: Gift Forest!!!

We have assembled a collection of fine things to help you knock out your holiday shopping in a fun way that engages with the...   Read More

Community Mosaic

Thank you to all who participated in the discussion about the intersection of civic engagement, art and public housing. We know that there is...   Read More