LULA Elevator

Help us get off the ground!

In 2019, we installed a LULA elevator at the Center for Arts and Learning as part of our accessibility project. We’re so excited that construction is complete and the elevator is usable – but we still need donors like you to help us finish paying for elevator construction and related accessibility costs.


We are dedicated to serving a wide and vibrant community, and that means we need to be accessible to all visitors. An elevator means CAL and our member organizations can host performances, readings, exhibitions, and other events, as well as offer rehearsal and studio space on five levels of the building. Our member organizations will be able to develop new programs and serve new audiences. Most importantly, it’s the right thing to do – we want everyone to be able to participate in everything from Art Walk to summer camps at CAL.


The elevator is located between the older and newer portions of the building, allowing all visitors to access the T.W.Wood Gallery, Monteverdi Music School, River Rock School, and rooms on five levels of the building. Our accessible entrance is on Msgr. Crosby Avenue. For more info, check out