Community Discussion Led By Dr. Amy Howard and Sarad Davenport

All citizens of Charlottesville are invited to participate in a discussion about the role art and design can play in civic engagement, specifically around...   Read More

Residency Notes #1 – Transitory Encounters

– Written by Benjamin Thorp – Transitory Encounters is a series of actions designed to develop platforms and infrastructure necessary for public discourse involving...   Read More

Meet the 2014 CSA Artists Reception on 10/24

You are invited to meet our six Season 2 CSA artists. Each artist will give a presentation introducing themselves and their work and share...   Read More

Introducing Our Fall 2014 Public Artist: Benjamin Thorp

Benjamin Thorp is a Richmond based artist whose work creates unique, lasting, sensory experiences focused out into the urban landscape. He works primarily with sound...   Read More

In the Gallery: Walk The City Community Art Show

Walking has been a hot topic as of late in Charlottesville. The City of Charlottesville is considering how streets can be more pedestrian friendly....   Read More

Benjamin Thorp’s Residency

Benjamin Thorp has begun his Public Artist residency. He is currently working with kids from the Renaissance School and will soon begin working with...   Read More

A CSA Share is Good For Your Constitution

Supporting your local CSA program has traditionally meant cultivating a relationship with your local farmer to support their farm while feeding your family with...   Read More

C-Ville Weekly Features Reading Series

The Bridge’s Monthly Reading Series Puts Accomplished Writers On Stage Written by Elizabeth Derby The first time I read my work in front of an...   Read More

Our CSA (Community Supported ART) Program

What is Community Supported Art? Over the last 20 years, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) has become a popular way for consumers to buy seasonal...   Read More

Habitat City at The Bridge PAI

The Bridge dots the landscape with ‘Public Artists’ habitats

April 2014: C-Ville Weekly: The Bridge dots the landscape with ‘Public Artists’ habitats

Megan Bent Bridge PAI

Coastal break: Photographer Megan Bent shines a light on perseverance

June 2014: C-VILLE: Coastal break: Photographer Megan Bent shines a light on perseverance

Bridge PAI NEA grant

Charlottesville receives $50,000 arts grant

July 2014: Charlottesville Tomorrow: Charlottesville receives $50,000 arts grant The Bridge PAI, PCA, and the city of Charlottesville received a $50,000 grant from the National Endowment...   Read More