So the nebulous answer here is: “Well… Yes, but…”
The longer answer is that in the off-class time, the workroom is a place that adapts to what we are doing at any given moment and that is a hard visual to get over for the visitor sometimes.
The best example is this:
Alec needed a space to stage a video adaptation of Sartre’s Huis Clos and couldn’t find a space already adapted to his needs, so it ended up getting built out here. We built this out in one of the long workrooms to really get that sense of eternal foreboding.
It is a far cry from what the workroom would usually look like and what you’d experience on a normal day:
So be patient with us if you’d like a visit – we may literally be in the process of building out a dark and boring eternal underworld of despair and contemplation, which isn’t the foot we put forward as a place that hosts creative classes.