Registration has now closed, but we encourage you to still join us this weekend at UCLA!
This festival is a CALL to Action to End Mass Incarceration. Over the weekend, we hope to celebrate and create art and continue the process of building community power to fight against the injustices of our criminal legal system. This event starts on Friday, April 12th and concludes on Sunday, April 14th.
The best way to follow along is to check out our website: calltoactionucla.com. There, you'll find information regarding our lineup, venue locations, room numbers for workshops and roundtables, maps, and the schedule for each day. Please continue to check out the website to guide your festival experience throughout the weekend!
And please note the following:
Parking: We have reserved Lot 3 for CALL. The address is: 215 Charles E. Young Drive North, Los Angeles, CA 90024. The first 50 people to arrive each day will receive free parking. If you see a volunteer in a black shirt with the CALL logo on the front & "VOLUNTEER" written on the back, please proceed to drive to them and they will hand you a free parking pass for that day only. If you do not see the volunteers, that means that no more free parking passes are available for that day and you must proceed to the pay-by-space portion of parking Lot 3. Parking is $12/day and $9/day for folks with disabilities. There will be plenty of signage leading you to the event venues from the parking lot.
Timing: Please give yourself plenty of time to park and walk to the venues. For folks attending on Saturday, there will be an unusually large number of people on campus that day because it is admitted students day. We have plenty of parking in Lot 3, so you will not be affected in terms of parking, but there might be heavier traffic than usual. So please allow yourself ample time to get to campus. Also, if you arrive early, you're more likely to get a free parking pass!
Art Gallery, Saturday evening: For those planning to attend Saturday evening and view the art gallery, many of the art pieces are available to take home in exchange for your donation. Donations will be accepted via Venmo and personal check only.
Accessibility: UCLA is an accessible campus. All buildings where the festival will be hosted are ADA compliant, and accessible. The campus accessibility map is available on our website.
Gender Neutral Restrooms: There is one gender-neutral restroom in Kaufman Hall, three at the law school, and not yet one at the Fowler Museum. These are the three locations where the festival will be all weekend. The Fowler is in close proximity to Kaufman Hall. A map of all gender-neutral restrooms on campus is available on our website.
We look forward to meeting you all at CALL this weekend!
In Solidarity,The CALL Team