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.
Events and Networks
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 ways 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.
We produce live events, provide materials for you to produce, and provide advisory technical and artistic support, provide staffing and design for digital and in person events.
Welcome to “WHY MASK?” the thought-provoking art installation by Claudia Alick. By provoking thoughtful consideration and raising awareness, this project transcends political divisions and emphasizes the significance of safeguarding one another during times of crisis.
We're a free and open platform for theatremakers worldwide, and we've been amplifying progressive and disruptive ideas about theatre and facilitating connections between diverse practitioners for the past decade. We function as a “commons”—a social structure that invites open participation around shared values.
Group of theater folx on Facebook who identify as BIPOC (Black Indigenous, People of Color) led by Jocelyn Prince. A brave space to provide support and connect with others who share similar experiences working in and around PWIs (Predominately White Institutions) and in and around IOCs (Institutions of Color). An intentional act of joy, faith, and celebration. A radical place to unite around common concerns and plan collective direct action. Founded by The Crew. We know that the revolution will not be funded. #thecrew KINDLY RESPECT THIS AFFINITY SPACE - BIPOC ONLY (THE CREW: Claudia Alick, Nicole Brewer, Sarah Bellamy, Mica Cole, Lateshia Ellerson, Candace Feldman, Kamilah Forbes, Dafina McMillan, Neel McNeill, Dominique Morisseau, Nataki Garrett Myers, Jennifer L. Nelson, Kathy Perkins, Jocelyn Prince, Phaedra Scott, Hana Sharif, Donya K. Washington, and Sarah Williams.)
Followers Forever is a revolutionary mobile app that will bridge the gap between creators and their audience, providing seamless access to their favorite social media content. With a clean and accessible design, the app will empower both creators and followers to stay connected and informed.
A national community of artists and organizations dedicated to collaborative creation, the Network of Ensemble Theaters (NET) works to propel ensemble theater practice to the forefront of culture and society. Claudia is on the board.
The Mosaic Network and Fund is a learning network and collaborative fund that supports arts and cultural groups that are led by, created for, and accountable to African, Latinx, Asian, Arab, and Native American (ALAANA) people in New York City. The Network aims to foster trust, communication, and mutual learning among ALAANA arts groups and City-based philanthropies, focusing on institutions, the people within them, and the field at large.
Embrace OFC as your online community center and third space, where genuine connections are forged, compassion thrives, and shared values amplify solidarity. By joining One Free Community, you’re not merely entering a community peer-to-peer exchange, you’re becoming an integral part of a movement that celebrates diversity, cultivates growth, and places empathy at the heart of exchange.
November 29 Calling Up Justice Produced a disability justice informed digital production of The Gaza Monologues written by children from Ashtar Theater Palestine. We are among many different productions producing The International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People.
2022 year-long digital performance and social experiment around arts fundraising. Experience a liberating artistic exploration of decolonizing wealth and deconstructing our relationship to philanthropy.
Not everyone can physically attend protests, and this virtual gathering serves as a vital platform to express grief, stand in solidarity, and engage in meaningful action against ongoing humanitarian crises.
Our Million Mask March is to protest ending mask mandates. We invite everyone to post a photo or video to our digital March since we can’t meet in person safely without mask mandates. Our Digital March is an online protest to the eugenics filled policies of COVID denial. We can’t march outside together safely because not enough people are masking. Help us reach 1 million masks. This project was conceived by Tinu, produced by Claudia, and graphic designed by Maia.
The Justice Quilt Story Circles
This facebook group was created to organize several discrete actions and theater interventions to support Latine and Islamic populations under attack by the federal government and stochastic terrorism. It was maintained as a communications network.
This facebook group was created to organize several discrete actions and a website around the Michael Brown killing and subsequent uprising. It was maintained as a communications network