Safer Spaces

Everyone has the right to feel safe and included.

We recognize that safety looks different at each intersection (age, ancestry, colour, family status, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, mental disability, physical disability, place of origin, race, religious beliefs, sexual orientation or source of income), and understand that even though we will do our best, we have so much to learn.

In order to help foster safer spaces at all Music Gallery events, we have created this living document. A copy of this will be kept on site at the front desk and all copies of this will be available online for viewing and downloading. If you have any comments or questions, please contact

How to access support:

We expect all attendees and community members to respect one another, and to respect the work that was created for you to explore. We will not tolerate harm or harmful behaviour of any kind.

Ways we make our space safer:

Updated February 2022

  • Bear Witness. Photo by Claire Harvie

  • Melody McKiver. Photo by Terry Lim

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  • Respectfulchild. Photo by Claire Harvie

  • Lido Pimienta. Photo by Kevin Jones