GREENBELT ARTS CENTER By-laws
The By-laws of an organization define its purpose, outline its scope and define its Board of Directors. The By-lows of the Greenbelt Arts Center can be found here.
Audition and Casting Policy
Greenbelt Arts Center strives to be a welcoming and inclusive environment to all, and requires that all productions follow our audition and casting policy, which does not allow discrimination in casting. The full policy can be read here. Casting decisions may be limited only when a script specifies that a character must fit a certain demographic (ex. “Hairspray”, “Sweat”, or August Wilson’s works).
See our Weather Policy page for details on our Weather Policy.
Greenbelt Arts Center (GAC) strives to create and maintain a work environment in which all volunteers are treated with dignity, decency and respect. In order to ensure this goal, sexual harassment is strictly prohibited. All volunteers and staff are covered by and are expected to comply with this policy and to take appropriate measures to ensure that prohibited conduct does not occur. See our Harassment Policy for further details
GAC encourages everyone to become a member of the GAC organization. We offer a variety of levels through which to join us and provide a number of benefits for becoming a member in the Greenbelt Arts Center. See our Membership Rules for further details.
GAC is providing this Policy to describe the circumstances under which an artistic production could be produced in the GAC space during ongoing concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic. The primary goals of this policy are to define expectations of volunteers, production teams, and the patrons of GAC. For further details, see our Covid-19 Policy.
Conflict of Interest Policy
The purpose of the conflict of interest policy is to protect this tax-exempt organization’s (Greenbelt Cultural Arts Center, Inc.’s) interest when it is contemplating entering into a transaction or arrangement that might benefit the private interest of an officer or director of the Organization or might result in a possible excess benefit transaction. This policy is intended to supplement but not replace any applicable state and federal laws governing conflict of interest applicable to nonprofit and charitable organizations. For further details, see our Conflict of Interest Policy.
Public Transparency. Access and Input Policy
The Greenbelt Arts Center encourages participation, access and input by all segments of the Greenbelt community and the general public, through membership and otherwise. The Center is a publicly-supported community organization, and the general community is a crucial stakeholder in the Center’s mission. Our Public Transparency, Access and Input policy describes the means by which the Board of Directors will make its best efforts to conduct the Center’s operations. provide governance in a transparent and accountable manner, and to seek input from members, audiences, and the general community regarding the Center’s operations, goals, and significant decisions.