Best Practices

Curated Tips & Suggestions

In a world wide web full of resources, we’ve curated a list of what we believe to be some of the most useful tips and suggestions from legal experts, artist advocates, communications specialists, and more.

As a reminder, Governor Whitmer’s Executive Order 2020-42 suspends activities that are not necessary to sustain or protect life, including suspending all in-person activities, taking effect March 24 through April 30.

This order helps “flatten the curve” and slow the spread of the coronavirus—we also understand that it represents a significant challenge to your viability.

Dig into the materials below for more information about how your organization or arts practice can respond and remain resilient during the current slow-down.

Explore Resources Below

Considerations for Arts Facilitation During Crisis and Uncertainty
Amy Bucciarelli, University of Florida
Headspace: Meditation and Mindfulness
Headspace
Art Became the Oxygen: An Artistic Response Guide
U.S. Department of Arts and Culture
Security and Privacy Tools for Artistic Collaboration
Fractured Atlas
Home Offices Shouldn't Be Toxic Workplaces
Fractured Atlas
Recording: Cash Management, Cash Modeling for Nonprofits
Curtis Klotz at CLA
COVID-19 Legal Resource Center
The Law Firm of Miller Canfield
Crisis Response Toolkit for Nonprofits
Aly Sterling Philanthropy
Managing Cashflows through COVID-19
Erica Battle, UHY LLP
Resources for Employers and Employees in Michigan
Michigan.gov
How to Keep Uninvited Guests Out of Your Zoom Event
Zoom
Financial Leadership in The Face Of...
CLA Connect
Practical Steps During A Time of Uncertainty
DeVos Institute of Arts Management
Taking Care of Your Mental Health ...
AFSP
What Nonprofit Board Members Should Be Doing to Address COVID-19
BoardSource
Crisis Communication Best Practices for Nonprofits
Prosper Strategies
How to Transition to a Virtual Workplace Overnight
Fractured Atlas
Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Resources for Artists
Springboard for the Arts
Coronavirus Resource & Response Center
Americans for the Arts
How to Make an Emergency Contingency Plan
Business Insider

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