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Matt Marshall: Reel Music

Matt Marshall is a Screenwriter, Film Lecturer and composer. He teaches courses on film criticism and history at the University of Virginia and Hollins...   Read More

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Collaborative Residency 2017

  A B O U T   T H I S   P R O G R A M The 2017 Public Artist Collaborative...   Read More

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Bolanle Adeboye: Macrocosmos

Bolanle Adeboye is a designer/maker determined to find and appreciate the exquisite in the mundane. She is very often stunned by beauty lurking in the...   Read More

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Barracks Road Mural

(panorama view. 220 ft.) Chicho Lorenzo was selected by a panel of local residents and arts advocates after reviewing proposals submitted by a wide...   Read More

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Paige Naylor: Deep Listening

For me, the quality and creativity of a thriving community can be seen through the places and establishments that support its local artists and...   Read More

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Travis Thatcher: “Voice of Saturn” and Voice for Musicians

Travis Thatcher is a pillar of Charlottesville’s music community. His dedication to the local scene includes serving on The Bridge’s programming committee and helping...   Read More

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Patsy Asuncion: Bridges, Not Walls

Bridges, Not Walls Patsy Asuncion is a board member for The Bridge. Whether she’s promoting an open mic night, organizing an all-women poetry reading,...   Read More

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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

Ruddy Roye
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Ruddy Roye — in partnership with LOOK3

Don’t miss Ruddy Roye’s photography and workshop at The Bridge during LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph, June 13 – 19, 2016. Exhibition – June...   Read More

Chrysalis ~ Chicken Bank Collective Spring 2016 Residency
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Chrysalis ~ Chicken Bank Collective Spring 2016 Residency

Chicken Bank Collective is excited to be returning to Charlottesville for their fourth and final residency 2015/2016. In this residency, they’re splitting time between showing what they’ve...   Read More