The One Minutes seek a community and culture that is respectful, comfortable, open, curious, and kind. This Community Agreements help us identify concrete ways to create that culture and to talk about and through conflict. Using these practices and tools we can challenge ourselves and each other while still recognizing we’re all coming from different places of knowing and transforming.
The events we host must be a safe space for all. For people with different values and identities, where their individuality is recognized, and where free and non-discriminatory expression is respected.
We ask that everyone involved in The One Minutes including artists, curators, visitors, observe the following and participate in creating a creative space supported by mutual respect.
Inclusion and respect for all people regardless of gender, sexuality, race, nationality, age, appearance, physical characteristics, social background, faith, economic status, mental illness or disability. This includes the prohibition of discriminatory remarks, harassment, and defamatory posts on social media.
Avoid harassment, stalking, and inappropriate physical contact in exhibition spaces and event venues.
To be aware of the privileges you have, and to refrain from abusing power related to race, gender, status, or economic power.
If you feel your safety is jeopardized or that you are being harassed, ask for help from those around you or from The One Minutes team. If you see someone in trouble in the exhibition spaces or event venues, notify The One Minutes team. If you ever need to reach out or inquire, please contact us.
The Community Agreement is a promise and a statement between The One Minutes and all participants to ensure a safer space.