Yes, I appreciate that space is the issue, and that weekend space is particularly difficult in DC given that it is mostly government. Still, the only way to find out is to ask, which is why I wrote.
I have no particular interest in a movie vocabulary. I was suggesting it as a non-professional alternative. For instance, the last (weekend) VoCamp I attended was in NYC, and one of the vocabularies developed was for comic book characters. I don't believe anyone present had a need for that particular vocabulary, but it was a useful exercise all the same. I know I was able to use tips that I picked up that day when modeling other domains.
Despite the benefits, it may be hard to justify to an organization the generation of a trivial vocabulary (trivial domain, not necessarily trivial complexity) on a work day. But weekend VoCamps are typically attended by individuals who are interested in enriching their skills, rather than solving a particular problem domain. This is my own motivation, as my work is typically on query processing and RDF storage, rather than at the modeling end.