Studio Etiquette & Guidelines
It is expected that everyone who chooses to use this space observes these guidelines.
Failure to adhere to our policies and guidelines will result in the termination of your reservation and can result in an indefinite ban.
Length of Use
Your reservation starts and ends at the times specified on your confirmation. If you go overtime, you will be charged $50 every 30 minutes.
The entrance to Studio 20/20 is located on Bank Street - number 299. At no time are users of the space or visitors to enter or leave through the back stairs except in the event of a fire or other emergencies.
To connect to our wifi, please speak with our Associate.
There is paid street parking available in the vicinity. There is also a private - paid parking lot at the rear of the building. The cost of parking is the responsibility of the individual and is not included in the membership or rental of Studio 20/20.
Drugs and Alcohol
Alcohol and smoking of any kind is prohibited within the space or in the sheltered entry way at the front and rear of the building.
Do not climb on any furniture or props, such as ladders. If you need to move things around, please speak with one of our Associates. They will be happy to assist you.
Soiled footwear is not permitted in the studio. Please ensure your shoes are clean prior to entering the space.
Explicit or derogatory content
Studio 20/20 is also home to the G Collective—a collaborative workspace for creatives.
The space is not soundproof, so we ask that guests please keep the noise and music levels to a reasonable volume.
This is a safe space for creatives and other guests. That said, music with explicit or derogatory content is not permitted.
The studios cannot be used to shoot pornographic content.
Fine art portraiture with nude subjects must be photographed in our closed studio. You must specify this at the time of reservation.
Liquor, alcohol, smoking, vaping, and the use of recreational drugs, are not permitted in the space. Intoxication will not be tolerated.
Use of degrading language
There is no place in this space for language that is openly or casually degrading to a person or group. Any words or phrases, no matter how seemingly innocuous, that perpetuate negative stereotypes and communicate exclusion are not allowed.
Some of these can be subtle and said without any ill-will, which is why we encourage users to examine their own language and use this guide as an opportunity for learning. For some examples of language that we are trying to avoid, please see the below.
- Racism is deeply rooted across societies globally, exists among all social classes, and is connected to a long history of violence, oppression, and domination.
- Addressing individuals or a group of people in a diminutive, derogative, or malicious way based on their (assumed) race and ethnic background is racist, disrespectful, and harmful.
- We do not tolerate any racist behavior, slurs, statements, or jokes.
- We strongly advise avoiding gendered pronouns as well as any gendered terms.
- Everyone is expected to respect each other’s chosen pronouns. Try to avoid using words like “dude” or “guys” to address groups. This shorthand contributes to linguistic barriers that drive exclusion and an unwelcoming environment.
If you feel you have been falsely or unfairly accused of violating these guidelines, you should notify the space manager with a concise description of your grievance.