A Message from the Ringling College Library Association

Since 1981, our TOWN HALL lecture series has had so many remarkable and memorable seasons. With that in mind, we made the responsible decision to postpone TOWN HALL 2021 and reschedule our line-up for 2022.  The pandemic’s persistent impact made it clear that gathering in person in the next few months is just not possible.  The health and safety of our patrons, volunteers, staff, and speakers was our only consideration.

Currently we are in the process of rescheduling our TOWN HALL line-up for 2022 and will continue to communicate with you as we finalize plans and dates; rest assured it will be WORTH THE WAIT!

Despite the many challenges and changes to our TOWN HALL presentation plans for 2021, we are excited to report that due to the unwavering and sustained financial support from our TOWN HALL lecture series, we are able to honor our gift commitment to Ringling College of Art + Design, just as we have done since 1981.  With commitments of over $11 million, RCLA is one of the largest donors to Ringling College.

We hope this announcement finds you well and we look forward to seeing you in April as we present the rescheduled TOWN HALL 2020 presentations for Lisa Genova and Annie Leibovitz.

Stephanie Grosskreutz                                                                  Ashley Brown
Executive Director                                                                          TOWN HALL 2021 Committee Chair

 The Ringling College Library Association is dedicated to the ongoing development of the Alfred R. Goldstein Library at the Ringling College of Art and Design and acts as a catalyst for the educational growth of students, faculty and the community.

Questions? Reach us at: INFO@RCLAssociation.org