Visual Descriptions with Calling Up Justice

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At Calling Up Justice, as part of our commitment to accessibility, we implement visual descriptions in all our gatherings. We also have designed and produced visual descriptions for gallery spaces and performances. This practice ensures that visually impaired individuals and those joining through audio-only channels can fully engage and participate.

We provide audio descriptions for outside clients. We do visual assessment, copy writing, voice-over recording and editing. Ideally these projects include a site visit, consent driven practices, and accessible design. The E.A.A.T. Exhibition featured disabled artists and sound descriptions from Cheryl Green of the Social Audio Description Collective, curators, and Claudia Alick. The audio was accessible via QR code and on the exhibition website. Gray Area Festival featured it’s audio on QR code stickers in the gallery and also via The Bloomberg Connects App. National Disability Theater published their handbook in accessible type and accessible audio files.

E.A.A.T. Exhibition (2023)

Gray Area Festival (2023)

National Disability Theater (2023)

We provide audio description services for our own website too! We’re working on creating real voices recording all our text. Check out content here.

Calling Up Justice operates on a RADICAL GENEROSITY model, emphasizing equity and social justice. We invite all clients to think about what our offering is worth and then how much they can afford to pay. This is pay what you can with an added layer of consciousness of labor and value. We agree to subsidize the gap between what you can afford and what the work is worth. The goal is to ensure everyone benefits beyond monetary compensation, with tools and resources shared with the wider community. Calling Up prioritizes justice and also fair compensation for cultural producers.

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