There are a few ways you can get involved:
SUPPORT CALL Financially
If you are concerned about the environmental challenges facing our communities, and believe that art can be an important catalyst for change, we ask you to support CALL at this important moment – to enable us to experiment, learn, and drive change. With your help artists working with CALL can make these complex environmental issues tangible and accessible in many diverse communities.
Our programming, like the walk you can learn about in this video, has a very real capacity to change the way cities and local communities address these challenges- and none of it is possible without generosity of our supporters.
BECOME A CALL/FELLOW
CALL builds networks between artists, scientists, and communities. Your tax-deductible annual membership will support CALL's public art projects, WALKS, WORKSHOPS and PROJECTS. Help shape the conversation by enjoying invitations to quarterly forums with scientists, artists, designers, civic leaders and activists and help build a more sustainable future.
Select an membership level:
Public and Academic: $150
Artists, Students and Young Professionals: $50
Participate in our local programming
Call is currently developing projects in New York City (Chinatown, the Bronx and West Harlem) and Milwaukee, WI. You can be a part of these projects by participating in a walk, workshop or other event. Click on the link below to let us know you are interested in taking part in your local projects.
Keep in touch
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CALL / City as Living Laboratory has received critical support from: Agnes Gund Foundation, Lily Auchincloss Foundation, Ford Foundation, Graham Foundation, Dorothy Lichtenstein, The Greenwich Collection, National Endowment for the Arts, National Science Foundation, New York Community Trust, the New York State Council on the Arts, Edward John Noble Foundation, Emily Pulitzer, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Rockefeller Foundation Cultural Innovation Fund, Shelley Rubin, Theatrum Mundi, The Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund, and The Wechsler Foundation.
BRB Architects Tom Bishop, Marlon Blackwell, Lynn Burditt, Beth DeWoody, Ennead Architects, FXFOWLE, Catherine Gund, Steven Holl, Wendy Evans Joseph, The Peter T. Joseph Foundation, Edward Noble, Richard Olcott, Pennsylvania State University, Pratt Institute, Bill Ryall, Linda and Andrew Safran, Tsao & McKown Architects, Patterson Sims, and Lawrence Shopmaker.
Robert Baron H. Campbell and Eleanor Stuckeman, Fabrication Specialties, Ray Gastil, Joseph Giovannini, Gail Gregg, Carol Lewitt, Charles McKinney, John Osborn, Senior & Shopmaker Gallery, Weiss-Manfredi Architects
Rosina Abramson, Carol Ackerman, Alice Adams Gordy, Danielle Amato-Milligan, Zora Anderson, Julie Apffel, Haruno Arai, Elizabeth Asawa, Sigrid Asmus, Gayla Bechtol, Laurie Beckelman, Mary Beebe, Christopher Beers, Thomas Bender, Ted Berger, John Boone, Wendy Brawer, William Browning, Howard Chambers, Adele Chatfield-Taylor and John Guare, Kiersten Jennings Chou, Phyllis Cohen, Coleman Coker, Terry Cook, Carrie Cooperider, Susan Crile, Gabriella De Ferrari, Peggy Deamer, Josh DeBonis, Donna Dennis, Gabriella De Ferrari, Molly Dilworth, Jenny Dixon, Mitch Epstein & Susan Bell, Jackie Ferrara, Ann Fessler, Belmont Freeman, Casey Fremont, Jonie Fu, Ray Gastil, Olivia Georgia, Joseph Giovannini, Bill Goldston, Elissa Goldstone, Vivien Greene, Steven Handel, Tony Hiss, Sarah Hollars, Matthew Jensen, Bree Jeppson, Natalie Jeremijenko, Cindy Kelly, Laurie Kerr, Constance Kheel, Iliana Kirova, Ramona Lall, Sandra Lang, Read Langworthy, Michael Levine, Larry Liddle, Lucy Lippard, William Logan, Glenn and Susan Lowry, Jack Osborn, Tricia Martin, Sabine Marx, Ginna Marston, Jennifer McGregor, Charles McKinney, Jon Mcmillan, Christian Miss, Jake Miss, Jeannette Miss, Justin Moore, Joseph Morra, Emily Moss, Jeffrey Murphy, Peter Mustardo, Yuko Nakazawa, Barbara Koz Paley, Cynthia Parillo, Ann Pearl, Stefan Petranek, Stephanie Pfirman, Michael Pinto, Linda Pollak, Steven Rand, Richard Reiss, Mary Rickel Pelletier, Terence Riley, Edward Robbins, Angelica and Neil Rudenstine, Joan Reutershan, Linda R. Safran, Joyce P. Schwartz, Dorit Shahar, RitaSue Siegel, Patterson Sims, Joanne Sliker, Holly Smith, Susan Sollins, Catharine Stimpson, Betsy Sussler, Tim Tompkins, Karen Van Lengen, Charles Vorosmarty, Nisse Welchman, Janet Weston, John Woldenberg, George Woodman, Gwendolyn Wright, Nina Yankowitz, Yarn Bombing Los Angeles, Arnie Zimmerman, Andrew Zumwalt-Hathaway, and several Anonymous.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority, NYC Department of Parks and Recreation, NYC Department of Planning, and the NYC Department of Transportation.