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Formed by Seattle collectors Bill and Ruth True, the Western Bridge is a non-profitable establishment dedicated to modern art. The museum offers collections containing works made by video, photography and other means by artists from different status. Displays of their arts have been exhibited in several major museums in North America and Europe. The western Bridge was formed because of the desire to house more of the collection displayed in Seattle.

The Western Bridge operates on a 10,000 square foot warehouse in the City?s industrial district; the museum gives the public the contemporary status of art making through popular group shows from the True Collection, exhibitions of modern artists and newly commissioned works through the summer of 2012.

The original plan was to construct a warehouse home for a construction company of the same name in the mid 50?s. But as the years gone by people thought that the Western Bridge plays a vital role in keeping the society?s history. Overall, the main purpose why the Western Bridge was formed is because of the people who are dedicated in preserving arts, sharing it and educating the people about various media.
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