Tri-partite structure of non-profit arts organizations

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Tri-partite structure of non-profit arts organizations:

Tri-partite structure of non-profit arts organizations

Board of Directors:

Board of Directors Volunteers – represent the membership Ensure that the organization’s mission is carried out Fiduciary responsibility Strategic planning Interpret the Articles of Incorporation and By-laws

Artistic Director:

Artistic Director Creative vision Driving force behind the organization’s existence Programming and artistic contracting decisions

Administration:

Administration Carries out the strategic plan Day-to-day operations Professional

Reality Check!:

Reality Check! Issues and problems common to non-profit arts organizations:

Weak Boards :

Weak Boards

Micro-managing Boards:

Micro-managing Boards

Too-powerful artistic director:

Too-powerful artistic director

Staff-driven organizations:

Staff-driven organizations

Growing Pains:

Growing Pains

Educates and develops the Board of Directors:

Educates and develops the Board of Directors An effective arts manager:

Communicates clear roles to staff:

Communicates clear roles to staff An effective arts manager:

Allows artistic freedom while maintaining the integrity of the mission and fiscal responsibility.:

Allows artistic freedom while maintaining the integrity of the mission and fiscal responsibility. An effective arts manager:

An effective arts manager::

An effective arts manager: Leads with authority but not autocracy