Documentation of CALL’s November 2017 WALK along Tibbetts Brook with Eric Sanderson, Charles McKinney and SLO Architecture. CALL/WALKS are an important part of our framework for creating dialogs about our most pressing issues that lead to substantive, community-engaged change.

Bring CALL’s innovative programming to communities across the country…

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. In 2019, we have programs lined up across our network in cities like New York, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, DC, Santa Fe and Milwaukee.

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.

Your financial support can truly make a difference, whether it is $10 a month or $5,000 a year, every penny will be translated into tangible programs and projects reaching residents of some of the most environmentally challenged urban areas and influencing change.