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Nonprofits Celebrate Successes, Network at Annual Event

Reported by Meghan Moriarty (CLICK FOR LINK)   CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) – Nonprofits are celebrating one another and reflecting on the work they’ve accomplished in...   Read More

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Charlottesville’s Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative Looking for Artists

Reported by Pete DeLuca NBC 29 (CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO) CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) – Charlottesville’s Bridge Progressive Arts initiative is calling for community artists...   Read More

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Yessirov lets the songs out on new EP

C-VILLE (ARTICLE LINK) Erin O’Hare 5/09/18 at 9:35 AM   If a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to hear...   Read More

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Laura Lee Gulledge: Not Outreach, Artnering

Laura Lee Gulledge is an artist, graphic novelist, and schemer who has recently dived into all kinds of creative endeavors at The Bridge including...   Read More

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Poet Patricia Asuncion gathers a sea of sisters

by Elizabeth Derby for C-Ville Weekly Find it here. When writer and Charlottesville resident Patricia Asuncion took to the streets of Washington, D.C., during...   Read More

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Home Grown: Women’s Wordstorm

Find it here. Poet and writer Ellie White makes her debut on 94.7 WPVC‘s Home Grown: Your Show about Local Art. She and the hosts...   Read More

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Lance Barrera: Creative Mornings, Connected Community

Lance Barrera is the ambitious soul behind Cville’s Creative Mornings and a member of The Bridge’s programming Committee. Here are a few words from Lance...   Read More

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‘Face to Face’ Highlights Portraits of Charlottesville – NBC29

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Hydraulic & Georgetown Rd. Mural

  The mural is located along the Westgate apartment community, on the retaining walls bordering the northeast and northwest corners (380 foot long wall...   Read More

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Signs of Change

As part of our efforts to share the under-represented stories of Charlottesville’s African American history, 10 artists–both current and former Charlottesville residents—were selected by...   Read More