On the first Wednesday of every month, art enthusiasts board the Bronx Culture Trolley and ride to various galleries and museums in the borough. This past month, I headed to Longwood Art Gallery at Hostos Community College, where a replica trolley car sat awaiting riders. Inside the gallery, the Bronx Council of the Arts was hosting a reception for an exhibition of photographs by En Foco fellowship awardees. After browsing the photos, riders had three opportunities to head outside and board the trolley. I chose to go with the first trolley group and rode north to the Bronx Museum of the Arts and Andrew Freedman Home. At the museum, we saw works by Bronx-born artist Joan Semmel and could hear Bronx author James Gillard talk about his new book. Right across the street at the mansion, outdoor installation Collective Energy: Skate the Bronx was set up on the lawn. Riders could also wait for the next trolley to see a film screening at Pregones Theater and another art exhibition at BronxArtSpace. Ride along and see some art with the next trolley tour on July 3rd. For details, check out bronxarts.org.