Chamber Made Policies

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Values Statement 2022

Chamber Made believes very strongly in a safe workplace. We value artists, arts workers and audiences. We want people to feel empowered, respected and comfortable within the process of making and experiencing art.

Chamber Made recognises the diversity of its workforce and understands that for the business to function optimally, all employees must be respected and valued. As such, Chamber Made endeavours to provide employees with a safe, respectful, inclusive and flexible work environment free from all forms of discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment and bullying. We do not tolerate or condone any form of discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment or bullying in the workplace.

All Chamber Made employees are required to treat others with dignity, courtesy and respect.

Chamber Made takes complaints seriously. Any person employed by the company (including staff and contractors) or working closely with the company in another capacity (including Board members, students, interns and volunteers) should feel free to raise any concerns at any time. These can be directed to your immediate supervisor or project manager. If the concern involves that person, concerns or formal complaints can be directed to a board member.


Chamber Made is a member of the Arts Wellbeing collective and provides all employees and contractors with access to their resources, programs and services here. Access can be either anonymously or through Chamber Made.

Related policies

This Values Statement should be read in conjunction with Chamber Made’s People & Culture Policy.