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There is always something new and exciting happening at The Bridge. We pride ourself on being a laboratory for connection, community and expression. We’re always seeing art connect people in strange, fun, and meaningful ways. Stay up to date on social media and visit our event calendar for a complete listing of events. Check back often for updates. There’s always something new!

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Community Chalkboard Rededication Week

Upon unanimous approval by City Council in early 2021, The Bridge has become the owner and caretaker of the Community Chalkboard. The Bridge has...   Read More

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Rasquache Mobile Cinema

Conceptualized and developed by Federico Cuatlacuatl, The Rasquache Mobile Cinema is a traveling micro cinema in the form of an adult-sized tricycle retrofitted with...   Read More

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We Hope This Art Finds You Well

WTJU 91.1 FM, The Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative, and UVA Music announce a new exhibition and community arts time capsule, We Hope This Art Finds...   Read More

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Eyes On Sen Soley

The Bridge announces a new exhibition, Eyes on Sen Soley with an opening reception August 6th, 5:30-7:30. The exhibition will be accessible by appointment...   Read More

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Charlottesville Mural Project

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Collaborative Residency

  CALL FOR ARTISTS THE BRIDGE IS NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS The 2021 Collaborative Residency will provide an opportunity for 3 local artists working...   Read More

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Inpatient Psychiatry Neighborhood Murals

Thanks to generous support from the UVA Hospital Auxiliary Committee, The Charlottesville Mural Project (a program of The Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative) is commissioning...   Read More

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Miscegenation | LaRissa Rogers

The Bridge announces a new exhibition, Miscegenation by LaRissa Rogers opening in the large windows of the community art gallery March 5, 2021 5:00PM...   Read More

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smART KIDS

SMART KIDS is a versatile and scalable youth engagement program hosted by The Bridge that uses art workshops to connect children with inspiring local...   Read More

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Feminist Union of Charlottesville Creatives