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Artist Emergency Relief Fund

Inspired by our friends at Springboard for the Arts in Minneapolis, New City Arts and The Bridge are together launching an Emergency Relief Fund for Charlottesville-area artists, seed funded...   Read More

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#QuarantineHaikus

A simple, uplifting poetry project  In uncertain times, art brings us together and inspires hope. #QuarantineHaukus is a series of crowd-sourced uplifting Haikus to...   Read More

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NBC 29: Community gathers for “Face to Face” art exhibition to showcase community diversity

VISIT FOR VIDEO: https://www.nbc29.com/2020/02/08/community-gathers-face-face-art-exhibition-showcase-community-diversity/?outputType=amp&fbclid=IwAR2uhf83PJHcK4YS4acBbccOdVvFt2d70dAu1V3ci8hRsdWOIjdqRkB9Wxs Community gathers for “Face to Face” art exhibition to showcase community diversityBy Carly Kempler| February 7, 2020 at 8:41 PM EST –...   Read More

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CAMP REVEL! Annual Fundraiser Party

SATURDAY MAY 2, 7:00 at THE BRIDGE POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. If you feel compelled to keep community arts + culture alive during these...   Read More

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Podcasting 101 workshop with Locatora Radio

We, along with WTJU are excited for the next visiting artists for our Social Justice Through Creative Practice Series partnership with Creciendo Juntos. The...   Read More

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C-VILLE WEEKLY: North by southeast: Heron & Crane’s Firesides arrives via online collaboration

CLICK FOR ARTICLE Twenty-two years. That’s how long Heron & Crane’s first record, Firesides, has been in the works, whether or not Travis Kokas and...   Read More

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C-VILLE WEEKLY: Articulating ‘Mexican Heaven’: Poet José Olivarez illuminates both bruises and bliss in Citizen Illegal

Caroline Hockenbury CLICK LINK TO ARTICLE Openly exploring themes barred from traditional classrooms, like spirituality and sexuality, taught José Olivarez more about life’s possibilities...   Read More

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C-VILLE WEEKLY: A new look: Murals bring Harris Street history to life

CLICK TO READ ARTICLE Erin O’Hare8/07/19 at 7:19 AMShareTweetPin+1 Head south on Harris Street, cruise past Napa Auto Parts and Sarisand Tile. Hug the...   Read More

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Federico Cuatlacuatl: Visibility, History & Solidarity

Federico Cuatlacuatl is a Mexican Indigenous artist born in Cholula, Puebla, Mexico. Building from his own experience growing up as an undocumented immigrant and...   Read More

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DAILY PROGRESS: Downtown Mall exhibit honors community activists

By NOLAN STOUT nstout@dailyprogress.com CLICK FOR LINK Lisa Draine receives a hug from local activist Don Gathers during the unveiling of the “Inside Out...   Read More