The Arts Alliance is committed to following and complying with nonprofit best practices. We regularly update our policies, including by-laws, board responsibilities, employee guidelines, financial procedures, communications and risk management.
The Arts Alliance contracts Artrain, a management service arts nonprofit to provide administrative, financial and project management services. This arrangement has resulted in a 50% savings in overhead costs. All revenue received to support The Arts Alliance’s work is used exclusively for their work at TAA. Our team is led by a president/CEO with 30+ years of nonprofit arts administration experience supported by a team with strong backgrounds in the arts, nonprofit sector, education, communications, public art and design and business. The professional team remains current on trends, laws and issues affecting the creative sector through their involvement in local, regional, state and national organizations including Americans for the Arts, Creative Many Michigan, Culture Source, Michigan Nonprofit Association and MCACA, among others. To guide human resource policies, practices and training, TAA’s board adopted Personnel Guidelines that mirror its contracting agency, Artrain, who is the employer of record for the professional staff.