New London Roundtable
Next meeting is Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 4:00pm at Marquee Gallery.
Participation in the New London Roundtable is intended for representatives of businesses and organizations currently operating in the City of New London, including registered New London Coalition partners. Over 90 different businesses and organizations from the corporate sector, arts & cultural organizations, City, and educational institutions have attended in the past year.
In 2018, the New London Roundtable monthly meetings will:
1. Share relevant information and updates;
2. Bring projects to the table for collective brainstorming, collaborative opportunities, and support;
3. Help set goals and priorities for the City; and
4. Connect New London to regional initiatives for City benefit.
Arts & Culture; Education Initiatives; Workforce & Business Development; Infrastructure & Transportation
Meetings are at 4:00pm on the last Thursday of each month for one hour at venues around the city. Locations TBA as confirmed.
Keynote presentations and speakers will provide introductions or updates on project developments that:
- Have city-wide and regional impact
- Affect one or more of the focus groups
- Contain pertinent information that people need to know early on
- No advertising, solicitations or funding requests
If your organization or business would like to provide keynote or project introduction, please contact Wendy Bury at W.Bury@CultureSECT.org or (860)448-5135 with brief outline of topic that meets the above criteria and preferred month to speak.
Thank you to the following locations for hosting the New London Roundtable meetings: Connecticut College-Palmer Auditorium, Fort Trumbull Conference Center, Garde Arts Center, Harris Place Conference Room, Hispanic Alliance at Harris Place, Hygienic Art Park, ISAAC (Interdistrict School for Arts & Communication), Lyman Allyn Art Museum, Marquee Gallery, Mitchell College, Mohegan Apartments Ballroom, Nathan Hale Arts Magnet School, New London Library, New London Main Street, Ocean Beach Park. The Roundtable locations will continue to rotate to venues throughout the city.
To be considered to host a meeting, the venue must be handicap accessible, and seat 40-50 attendees. Some meetings require audio visual capabilities. Please contact Deb Mathiasen at D.Mathiasen@CultureSECT.org to be placed on the calendar.