The Barbican Association Annual General Meeting
Notice is hereby given of the 2023 Annual General Meeting
Thursday 27 April, 2023, 7.00pm – 9.30pm
City of London School for Girls
St. Giles’s Terrace, off the junction of Wood Street and Fore Street, London EC2Y
- Claire Spencer Chief Executive Barbican Arts Centre
- Update on the BA’s work during the year
- Members’ questions
- Treasurer’s report*
- Election of:
- Honorary auditor
- Nine General Council members
- Proposed change to the Constitution that RCC chair is a member of the GC*
- Motion calling upon closer cooperation between the Barbican Association (BA) and residents of Golden Lane Estate *.
- Any other business
Socialising: wine and soft drinks will be served
The main decision-making body of the Association is the BA General Council, which consists of nine members and the honorary treasurer, elected at the AGM, along with representatives of affiliated house groups. The General Council meets about every two months. At the AGM existing council members stand down, and if there are more than nine candidates for election, a secret ballot is held at the meeting and the results declared at the meeting.
Both the honorary treasurer and auditor (the latter is not a member of the general council) are elected at the AGM. Other officers are appointed by the members of the general council at its first meeting following the AGM.
Please send details of any issues you would like discussed at the AGM to Adam Hogg (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Written nominations for the elected positions must be submitted (form enclosed) to Ted Reilly Deputy Chair no later than Tuesday 25 April 2023 via email email@example.com.
Candidates must be proposed and seconded, and the candidate must indicate that he or she is willing to stand.
Notification of representatives of affiliated house groups should reach the Deputy Chair no later than Tuesday 25 April 2023 via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
PLEASE BRING YOUR MEMBERSHIP CARD TO HELP SPEED ADMITTANCE
Membership is available on the door (£5)