Bridge Live Arts creates and supports live art that centers artists as agents of change. Our arts and culture programming features an array of live performances, public dialogues, workshops, classes, and residencies that deepen our commitments to cultural equity, racial equity, and artist power. Read about our main programs below.
2018 CER “Dancing Around Race” Public Gathering #1, photo by Karla Quintero
Photo Credit: (L to R) Gerald Casel & Suzette Sagisi perform “Taglish” for B.L.A. “Ten Artists Respond to Locus” program (2016), by Margo Moritz.
Curated and moderated conversations with artists, activists, and cultural thinkers.
Participants and panelists in conversation at the lecture demonstration “Inherited Bodies” (2019), co-presented with SFMOMA’s Open Space.
Bringing world-renowned artists to the Bay Area to teach, show work, and engage with other artists.
Photo of Sherwood Chen by Sigel Eschkol.
Photo Credit: Maxe Crandall (left) and B.L.A. Resident Choreographer Hope Mohr perform in “extreme lyrics I” (2018), photo by Robbie Sweeny.