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.
This is a once a month event is hosted by BPOC. The space is meant to hold space for abolitionist workers, community organizers, and social justice producers. They invited members of the One Free Community People of the Global Majority (aka BIPOC) affinity group to join in the first hybrid meeting!
This residency is offered by Calling Up Justice and was a wonderful opportunity to learn from Claudia Alick, a disabled artist, activist, and social justice producer who understands the value of collaboration in both the digital and physical realms. The importance of such residencies cannot be overstated, as they provide an exceptional platform for artists to unite, learn, and nurture their creativity.
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 digital residency program spans three enriching sessions conducted over the internet.
Are you ready to embark on a journey of self-reflection, growth, and creativity? Introducing the Early Words Challenge! This unique challenge combines the power of daily video engagement with the art of stream-of-consciousness journaling using the EarlyWords tool. Whether you’re a social justice advocate, a self-help enthusiast, or a book lover, this challenge is designed to spark introspection and inspire meaningful conversations.
Event Report: Claudia Alick attended the THRIVE Week programming. It was a marvelous opportunity to connect with BIPOC theatre makers from across the country. Conversations on leadership, equity, funding were great. The zoom sessions had live captioning and ASL. Click the link below to learn more about the programming from TCG or read more about the programming below.
Calling Up Justice’s Quarantine Residency is inspired by the ideas of Pleasure Activism and The Nap Ministry, and has been a valuable resource for artists during these challenging times. However, the program has had to stop for months at a time due to Covid surges, and is currently accepting participants on a limited basis in 2023. If you’re an artist looking for a safe and supportive place to create, The Quarantine Residency may be the perfect fit for you.
This is a mutual aid call from practice member Ry Holiday. They are working with a friend to raise funds for a wheelchair for someone in Honduras. We discussed this project in our Open Development meeting and helped RY choose design and text. Give directly to https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/robbyh22 or Venmo: @robbyh23