Calling Up Justice is fiscally sponsored by Intersection for the Arts, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, which allows us to offer you tax deductions for your contributions. Please make checks payable to Intersection for the Arts, and write “Calling Up Justice” in the memo line. This ensures that you’ll receive an acknowledgement letter for tax purposes, and your donation will be available for our project.
About Calling Up Justice!
Read more below who we are, about how to join us, what we believe in, and what we’ve been up to. Above access our digital spaces, consulting practices, content, event producing and digital networks.
Welcome to Calling Up Justice
We are producing performances of Justice online, onstage, and in real life. Explore, connect, find what you need.
Calling Up Justice Theme Song, by Valerie Troutt
Calling Up Justice collaborates across our practices producing performances of Justice online, onstage, and in real life. We are cultural producers, tech workers, artists, social justice activists. We publish and share content and resources on justice. We build and facilitate digital spaces for co-working and meaning making! Some of these are public video live stream spaces like twitch or tiktok, some are talk spaces like clubhouse, and some are private zooms. Disability, Racial and Gender Justice fuel our work. We provide consultations to individuals and institutions. We serve on several governance and advisory boards and support individuals, foundations and institutions with facilitation. We produce transmedia events: creative, social, educational and business. We organize and participate in think-tanks, study groups, and peer exchange groups. We envision new paths to organize and produce outside of colonized ways. We also consult, staff, and design online and in-person events and shows. Our work is live and asynchronous. We love the hybrid as well as the purely digital or physical. We build and facilitate connections.
Join Calling Up Justice!
Are you ready to embark on a transformative artistic journey that merges creativity with social impact? The Calling Up Justice Digital Residency is your gateway to a unique experience that fosters both artistic growth and personal development. Open to individuals from high school students to adults, this innovative remote residency program spans three enriching sessions conducted over the internet.
The Quarantine Residency, founded by Claudia Alick of the Calling Up Justice practice, is a truly unique and special place. Located in the Bay Area, the residency was created in response to the Covid-19 pandemic as a way for artists to have a safe and supportive space to create and rest. Claudia, who is disabled and quarantining for safety, founded the residency with the belief in the value of both digital and in-person collaboration.