Bridge Storage is a thriving mixed-use storage facility in Richmond, California with over 65,000 square feet of storage and workspace.
Coming soon – Co-working, Art studios, Film facility and Maker Space!
RSVP today if you would like to join us on Wednesday, December 13th, from 4 pm – 8 pm
for an Open House and Sneak Peek at the new Bridge ArtSpace.
- Guided tours of Bridge Co-working, Art, Gallery & Meeting, and Maker Space
- Bridge FilmSpace – an exciting new facility for independent filmmakers
- Food, drink and good company
- Live music by Brian Lawrence
- Mini Film Fest by Bridge FilmSpace – a new show starting every hour!
The History of Bridge Storage and ArtSpace
Jim Wright built Bridge from recycled materials in 1993 to serve the needs of our community. Bridge Storage began an adaptive repurposing of storage spaces into arts and music studios in 2008.
Over time we converted about 5,000 square feet of storage units into studio space serving 28 artists. This process began by connecting with local artists who already were tenants and discovering their needs and beginning a build out that allowed the proper space for artists activity. We built a gallery area where artists, musicians, and makers could display their work as well as invite other artists to come and exhibit…and Bridge Storage and ArtSpace was born. Our efforts multiplied and grew into over 25 artist spaces and in a short period of time developed into a bustling art hub that coexisted in harmony with—and fed the original self-storage business.
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About BridgeMaker Arts
As Bridge began to host art exhibits, music events, record swaps and a variety of cultural gatherings from holiday events to film screenings, our efforts overflowed into the local neighborhood and helped serve to be a catalyst for community building in the Santa Fe neighborhood of Richmond, and the nearby Point Richmond area. Realizing that the gallery space had a life of its own, in 2014 we decided to help fund the nucleus of what has become BridgeMakerARTS.
BridgeMakerARTS (bridgemakerarts.org) is a 501c(3) non-profit operating on the Bridge Storage grounds that serves and enriches community culture and involvement by providing public exposure to art and a means for participation in creative arts, crafts, and maker fabrication technologies. To date, BridgeMakerARTS has shown local, national and international artists who work in a variety of media.