Updated last: August 8th 2023
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Studio 303 cares about your physical and mental health. We’re counting on your cooperation to help us mitigate the risk of the spread of COVID-19, and to ensure everyone feels as safe and comfortable as possible. We take into account the concerns of our team and those of our collaborators in the dance world. We believe in agency over your own body, and collective care-taking.. This requires conscientious conversations and a culture of informed consent.
Thank you for helping us achieve this.
Mask accessibility for all
As Studio 303 is an enclosed public space, masks are recommended for all tenants and for all Studio 303 activities (workshops, events, evening classes), as we believe it’s important to remember that :
• Masks remain an effective means of reducing the risk of transmission of COVID-19.
• Our community includes immunosuppressed people who deserve to feel protected at the studio.
• We want to protect freelance artists who depend on face-to-face contact to honor their contracts and pay their rent.
If you want the mask to be mandatory when you come to the studio, please make your inquiry as you register or by e-mail to email@example.com at least 4 business days in advance, and we will be happy to accommodate your request. Please indicate for which activity you wish to come.
N95 masks will remain available in the studio. Thank you for your openness and understanding.
General guidelines & responsibilities of studio users
By coming to Studio 303, you agree to respect the following guidelines:
– Do not show up if you, or anyone you have been in contact with in the last 5 days, have symptoms or tested positive for COVID-19.
– Ventilation. Weather permitting, leave windows open and fans on during use.
– The dressing room room remains at your disposal; ideally arrive already dressed in comfortable clothing that is appropriate for movement to avoid
– Contact Tracing. In the event of a positive test of COVID-19 within 10 days of attending an activity at Studio 303, inform us at firstname.lastname@example.org. It is the responsibility of all renters to reach out to each person who joined the space under their watch to inform them in the event of an outbreak.
Studio 303 is a shared space, so please take care of each other and listen carefully. Please don’t assume that your comfort level with COVID-19 is the same as everyone else’s; let’s respect each other’s limits without passing judgment.
We welcome your comments, thoughts and suggestions on how we can improve our COVID-19 protocol.