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You can use Frontyard for your events, meetings, performances etc. .
You can use Frontyard for your events, meetings, performances etc. .
It's a good idea to get to know the space and people who gather there first, ideally by doing a [[Residencies|residency]].
See our main article on the topic, [[Booking Space + Time at Frontyard]].
=== Rates for space hire $$ ===
For unfunded events/projects we ask that organisers suggest that their attendees make a $5-10 donation towards the space (there's a box near the door).
For funded projects, we're open to suggestions. One model is the donation approach plus 3-5% of the funding. Other groups have just made it a round sum like $100 or $300.
We want the space to be accessible for use, and also encourage people to support it. We're open to suggestions and value transparency and mutual aid.
== Non-cash Assets ==
== Non-cash Assets ==

Revision as of 02:03, 30 June 2018

Frontyard is a building, a library, a garden, and many other things.

The Vibe

Frontyard is a network of people that provides a pro-active, flexible space for practical skills-sharing, futuring, and critical research. We aim to be community-led in terms of content and usefulness, open and questioning of current systems and structures, and respectful and trusting of our fellow frontyarders.

The projects and research we’re interested in:

  • contribute to our neighbourhoods
  • agitate, facilitate, and nurture collaborations between people
  • work towards a more resilient, independent community
  • create and articulate possible futures

By taking up a residency or by hosting an event at frontyard, you are committing to maintain “The Vibe” and caretake the space in a respectful way that make others sharing it with you feel safe. We want to create a community where people are free to be themselves without judgement or discrimination, regardless of sexuality, age, ethnicity or ability. Spaces are not safe simply because we designate them as such – it requires the combined efforts of us all. There are going to be times when each of us make mistakes. These mistakes are opportunities to learn from each other, and grow as individuals and as a community. Some things to consider:

  • Respect people’s opinions, beliefs, and differing points of view
  • Respect the physical and emotional boundaries of others
  • Respect everyone’s right to live without intimidation, harassment, or discrimination
  • Respect people’s right to privacy and self-determination
  • Respect the Space itself and the fact that it is shared with many

Frontyard’s monthly open house events are where open conversation takes place with the community. If you are a resident at frontyard and one of the open house afternoons are on during your residency period, it would be appreciated if you could be there.

Independent events at Frontyard

You can use Frontyard for your events, meetings, performances etc. .

See our main article on the topic, Booking Space + Time at Frontyard.

Non-cash Assets

The non-cash assets at Frontyard include:

See also