• The Gallery


  • The Bridge Art Gallery shortens the distance Bayonne residents have to travel in order to have a multi-cultural visual experience.

    The Bridge Art Gallery provides on-going artistic presentations highlighting curated art exhibitions that feature the brightest talents in visual arts from local to international artists.

    • Contemporary Art

    • Curated Art Exhibitions

    • Venue Rental

    • Paintings

    • Artist Meet & Greet

    • Private Function Space

    • Photography

    • Arts Education

    • Book Signing

    • Sculpture

    • Business of Art

    • Album Listening Party

    • Mix Media

Exhibitions


In the News


Broadway World: Katya Collazo and Adam Davenport Will Star in SHALL WE DANCE For the Bridge Arts Festival’s Stay Home Sofa Series

by BWW News Desk May. 21, 2020  On June 11, 2020 at 6:30PM EST, Katya Collazo (The BlackList) and Adam Davenport (Naked Boys Singing, High Maintenance) will star in “Shall We Dance” written by LIT Council Founder Akin Salawu for the Bridge Arts Festival’s Stay Home Sofa Series. The Bridge Arts Festival Stay Home Sofa Series was conceptualized by husband and wife Cheryl Mack and […]

Bridge Art Gallery Brings Online Activities and Thanks Healthcare Heroes

By David Mosca | The Jersey Journal Although its doors are closed, Bayonne’s Bridge Art Gallery has initiated a wide variety of online activities to engage with its visual and performing arts community during this during this temporary new normal that the rest of the world is facing. The Bridge Art Gallery has been hosting […]

Bridge Art Gallery Exhibit Has Guest Curator and African-American Artists

By David Mosca | The Jersey Journal The 6th edition of the Expressive Creative Soul art exhibition will be held at Bayonne’s Bridge Art Gallery on Saturday, Feb. 8. The 2020 guest curator is Bryant Small. An award-winning alcohol ink artist, Small was a recipient for the Award of Excellence by Conception Arts in 2017. […]

Who Runs the World?

by Katherine Guest–  Women have loomed into the artistry of jazz for centuries—fortunately this year, the Bridge Arts Festival plans to kicks off their cultural event with an all-female jazz lineup of vocalists, instrumentalists and musicians alike, on Saturday, September 7th