How do I get more involved with the WCCW?
- Join our mailing list (click on the menu icon in the top right corner of the page and put your email in the field under “Get Involved”).
- Come to events. Check out our calendar and see what looks fun!
- Become a member.
- Submit a program proposal. We accept program proposals on a quarterly basis.
- Come by! Stop by anytime Monday – Friday 10am-6pm to get a tour from one our hosts and learn more about the space.
How do I become a member?
Sign up for WCCW membership here for as low as $10 bucks a month. Don’t hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org with any membership questions.
Are men allowed to be members?
Of course, we welcome all allies! Do note that while we encourage all genders to support us with membership, we are a space which centers trans & cis women, femme and non-binary folks. We therefore do not allow cis men to take up permanent space by working in our workcenter.
Are men allowed at events?
Yes. Unless specifically stated, everyone is welcome at our events.
Do I have to be a member to attend events?
Nope! Members and non-members alike are welcome to come to all our events. WCCW members do get 10-20% off paid programming, so if you’re coming to a lot of stuff it might make sense to become a WCCW member.
Is the WCCW wheelchair accessible?
Yes, WCCW has a 36” wide ramp at our front entrance and a wheelchair accessible restroom. Read more about our accessibility at the bottom of our Visitor Info page here.
Can I bring my baby or my dog when I’m working in the workcenter?
For the comfort and peace of other members we do not allow babies/children or pets (with the exception of service dogs) for extended stays in the workspace during workspace hours. Dogs and babies are generally allowed at events and weekend programming, but it’s best to check with the specific program facilitator before bringing a them to an event/program. We do offer specific programming just for parents and kids! Check the calendar for details.
What new events do you have coming up?
Check out our calendar here! To stay updated on all our upcoming events, we recommend following us on Facebook and Instagram, as well as signing up for our mailing list to get our monthly email bulletin (click on the menu icon in the top right corner of the page and put your email in the field under “Get Involved”)!
Can I work here for the day to try it out before deciding to become a member?
Of course! People are welcome to drop by and work on a daily basis. Feel free to drop a few bucks in the donations jar if you have some cash, but if not don’t worry about it.
I can’t afford a membership but I want to volunteer here for trade, how do I do that?
Check out our volunteer options here.
I want to host my workshop/performance/art show/etc. at the WCCW, how do I do that?
We schedule our programming quarterly with an open call every three months based around a theme and in collaboration with our creative in residence. Check out our programming page for more info and application. Please apply even if the deadline for the current quarter has passed –we’ll keep your application on file for the next quarter.
Can I use the print lab to print my publication?
The print lab equipment is free for use for all of our Warrior level members and above who pay $40 or more each month. We offer regularly scheduled orientations to the risograph printer which are free for members and $60 for non-members. Contact our print lab manager Cynthia Navarro at email@example.com for more info.
Laser print costs for WCCW Torchbearer members and the general community are 4-8c per page.
Our print lab is open to the public for paid print services. Visit our Print Lab page here to see the services we offer and request a quote.
Contact Cynthia Navarro, our print lab manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any print lab questions.
Can I drop off my compost here?
Yes you can! WCCW has compost bins that both serve as a community drop off point for the surrounding community as well as a space that processes organics onsite. Information on composting can be found here.