Code of Conduct
At CMCM, we attempt to create an environment of cooperation, creativity, and community. In order to maintain this environment so everyone involved can have a positive experience while at our facility, it's important that everyone - staff, producers, volunteers, and guests - understand and follow the Code of Conduct.
• Please treat everyone with respect and consideration. Be mindful that we're all sharing a community space.
• Follow the staff's instructions in use and handling of CMCM equipment and facilities at all times.
The following activities are not allowed on CMCM premises, and violation of the following may result in suspension of access privileges:
• Soliciting, for any purpose, including asking for money, contributions or donations unless such activity has been approved by CMCM.
• Video or audio recording, or photographing, of any individuals by producers, guests, or visitors on CMCM premises, including staff or members of the public, without prior consent.
• Smoking inside of the building.
• Physically or verbally threatening or harassing any person in any way.
• Using sexually explicit language, obscene gestures or racial, religious or
ethnic slurs that are likely to upset or disturb the peace of staff, clients,
volunteers or visitors.
• Possession or consumption of alcohol in any public or common area of the
building without prior authorization. Alcohol may be consumed at events
with prior authorization.
• Being "under the influence" of alcohol or other substances, taken prior to
arrival at CMCM.
• Engaging in sexual behavior.
• Defacing, damaging, or destroying property.
• Fighting, disrupting other activities, or in any other way creating a
disturbance which is disruptive or dangerous to others or the business activities of CMCM during any on-site or off-site CMCM activity or meeting.
• Assembling for the purpose of disturbing the public peace.
• Possession, use, or sale of illegal drugs, weapons or contraband.
• Committing any unlawful act.
The code of conduct must be observed at all times, including during production use to the studios. If the content of your studio program would violate the code of conduct, then that content must be produced off-site.