Notice of Annual General Meeting, call for nominations and a call for participation in the discussion “Reform, Recycle, Reuse or Repurpose”
Some of you may already tried to click the link in the email sent out from email@example.com on Friday 4th March. Unfortunately, there’s an error in the URL provided to take you to the AGM event booking page. The correct link to register for the meeting is https://rps.org/events/groups/contemporary/2022/april/contemporary-sig-agm-2022/
All current officers and committee members stand down annually at the AGM, but may put themselves forward for re-election, together with any co-opted members and any new nominations. If any member is interested in becoming an officer or committee member and wishes to seek election at the AGM please advise the secretary by email by 19th March latest. The committee shall comprise of three officers: Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer, together with up to ten other Group members.
Reports are linked to the meeting invite (URL above) - the list is growing as committee members prepare their contributions.
CG AGM Agenda 10:00-11:30
- Welcome and apologies
- Minutes of 2021 AGM
- Elections of Officers and Committee
- Regional reports: East Anglia, North, South West, North West, East Midlands
CG talk: Reform, Recycle, Reuse or Repurpose 11:30-12:30
Following the AGM there will be a talk and discussion led by Peter Cairns on the theme SCOTLAND: A Rewilding Journey.
Peter’s talk and discussion is expected to take an hour followed by a break for lunch.
CG discussion: Reform, Recycle, Reuse or Repurpose 13:30-16:30
This is a chance for members to respond to the theme of Reform, Recycle, Reuse or Repurpose. All members of the Contemporary SIG are invited to submit up to six images as maximum quality JPEGs sized 1600 x 1200 pixels @ 72dpi, together with a brief statement describing the work, maximum 100 words. Images and statement should be sent by email to Alan Cameron, Chair of Contemporary SIG, at firstname.lastname@example.org by 25th March latest.
Please register for both parts of the day: