Twin Cities Catalyst Music is committed to creating and maintaining an environment in which all are treated with dignity and respect, free from discrimination and harassment. Everyone who enters The Treasury should be safe from harm, whether it’s while watching, working, or performing. We reserve the right to deny any person who violates our Code of Conduct the privilege of performing at or attending current or future events produced by Twin Cities Catalyst Music. We value individuals who observe this Code Of Conduct in all aspects, and we encourage you to do the same.
While at The Treasury you agree to:
- Be proactive in creating a community-oriented atmosphere where the safety of others is prioritized and valued.
- Respect the physical and emotional boundaries of others in the venue.
- Reject violent or discriminatory behavior.
- Be responsible for your own actions and aware that your actions have an effect on others despite what your intentions may be.
As a music community participant and guest in this venue you agree NOT to do the following:
- Act or speak in a discriminatory manner, or use racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic, ablest, or xenophobic language. Any discriminatory action or speech will result in immediate dismissal from the venue.
- Touch audience members or artists unless consent is expressly given. This includes hugging, groping, kissing, and any other intimate acts. Failure to do so will result in dismissal from the premises and a citation.
- Bring weapons into this space including, but not limited to:
- Pocket Knives
- Box Cutters
- Pepper spray/Mace
- Tasers/Stun guns
- Enter the backstage area unless you have a pass or are accompanied by an artist performing at this event.
- Direct any form of abuse, sexual assault, harassment, or any violence at anyone’s identity will be grounds for immediate dismissal and possible further survivor-centered reparation.
If something or someone makes you feel uncomfortable, no matter how minor it seems, you can speak to any staff member and they will support you with appropriate on-site or third party resources.
RECOGNITION OF INTERSECTIONALITY
People who are marginalized in all spheres of life are also more likely to be sexually violated. It is imperative to note that people who are subjugated to harassment for the following aspects of one’s identity are more likely to be targeted for sexual violence as well: race, color, national origin, gender identity, gender presentation, sexual orientation, age, body size, disability, appearance, religion, citizenship, pregnancy, among other aspects.
If you have any questions please contact our Executive Director, Jack Kolb-Williams email@example.com