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The Bridge Art Gallery

Christopher and Cheryl Mack are the owners of the Bridge Art Gallery, founders of the Bridge Arts Festival and publishers of the Bridge Arts quarterly publication. Christopher and Cheryl strongly believe in the power of the arts to transform communities. Together they utilize their years of professional experience of event planning, creative design and marketing to curate year-round quality arts entertainment.

Cheryl Mack has over 25 years as a Special Events Project Manager, where she has provided concept development, conference/event planning, strategic marketing and television production services to a wide array of international clients. Her client list includes The Climate Group (London), UN Sustainable Energy for All (Vienna), BEYA STEM Conference (Washington, DC), BET Networks and the National Black Arts Festival. Christopher Mack is an iconic name within the creative design industry. Under his creative communications firm, Christopher has provided branding and creative design services to notable clients that have included Harlem Hospital, New York Life, JPMorgan Chase and Essence Magazine just to name a few.
Together, the Macks locally produce monthly art exhibitions at the Bridge Art Gallery that showcase regional and national visual artists; they produce the summer performance series “” at First Street Park every Thursday from May to August; and they produce the annual Bridge Arts Festival in September. The Bridge Arts Festival has grown into a destination event where attendees from around the region are able to enjoy the beauty of Bayonne. Nestled along the waterfront with the Bayonne Bridge as the backdrop, the Bridge Arts Festival demonstrates that the City of Bayonne is more than just a bridge.
All of the Bridge Arts activities conceptualized by Cheryl Mack and her husband Christopher Mack are focused on reducing the distance that Bayonne residents must travel in order to enjoy quality arts entertainment.

Creativity is contagious, pass it on - Albert Einstein