Recent Exhibitions

Our gallery is a rousing social laboratory for diverse ideas and practices. Regular exhibits showcase emerging artists while shining a spotlight on pioneering concepts and social trends. We challenge the expectations of a traditional white-wall gallery by nurturing diversity, maintaining flexibility, and facilitating cross-contamination of ideas and disciplines.

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

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TORUS — New Stitched Paintings by Aaron Fein

An artist residency in conjunction with The TOM TOM Founders Festival’s presentation of Aaron Fein’s WHITE FLAGS in Charlottesville’s Lee Park, April 2016. Friday,...   Read More

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Beyond the Single Story by Aimee Hunt

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Holiday Bonanza Artists in the Spotlight

The Bridge and Fleaville have teamed up to host the 2015 Arts & Crafts Holiday Bonanza, running December 5th – 19th from 1pm – 7pm...   Read More

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Wild Places

About the Artist: Christin Healey is a self-taught landscape photographer who grew up in the Florida Keys and now lives at the base of the Blue...   Read More

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Creative Collisions

ABOUT THE PROJECT Creative Collisions is co-created by The University of Virginia College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and The Bridge Progressive...   Read More

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That ABCD Life

About the Project ABCD=American Born Confused Desi. That’s what they call American kids of Indian Descent. This photo exhibition explores some of the identity...   Read More

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Juvenile Correctional Center Quilt Show

ABOUT THE PROJECT This exhibition showed the creativity of teens incarcerated at The Culpeper Juvenile Correctional Center in what is believed to be the...   Read More

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In Focus: The Art of Hair

Listen to artist Keith Alan Sprouse and Program Director Serena Gruia discuss The Art of Hair on WVTF and WTJU About the Project The Art...   Read More

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No More Violence

About The Project This is an ongoing series of community-led artistic projects that utilize art therapy, art activism, and eco-friendly street art to address...   Read More