Arts and Lectures Proposal form

The purpose of the Arts & Lectures Committee is to sponsor cultural events that provide enjoyment and intellectual stimulation to the district, faculty, students, staff and members of the surrounding community. Our goal is to enrich the cultural life of our community in order to foster a creative and enlightening climate for human development. In selecting speakers and programs, we will attempt to schedule events that speak to the diversity of our community, enrich and support the existing curriculum, and/or provide a forum on public policy issues of interest to the campus and community.  Events may be single events at one of the college’s campuses, multi-campus presentations, and/or artists-in-residence programs.

We will select presenters based on:

1)   Appropriateness of topic related to mission/purpose of committee and its educational value to our audiences.

2)   Expertise of the presenter in both knowledge of the topic and ability to present the subject in an engaging way to a diverse audience. The committee will take into consideration evidence such as Curriculum Vitae, publications, previous speaking engagements, gallery exhibits, etc.

3)   How well the presentation fits into the overall schedule of programs for a particular semester.

4)   Availability of funding (the Arts & Lectures program pays minimal stipends ranging from $150 to $300)

Lecturer’s Information 

SRJC Contact and/or Sponsoring Department Information
(The next 6 entries are required only if the lecturer is not an employee of Santa Rosa Junior College)

Proposal Worksheet (Semester & Year)

Presentation Description

(A 50-minute presentation with 10 minutes Q/A scheduled on Mondays from 12 – 1pm)

A high-resolution digital image (not copyrighted) representing the topic or the presenter is required for the website upon your acceptance notification. To be considered high resolution, a photo’s dpi needs to be 300 or higher. To check dpi of a photo go to:
File - Properties - Horizontal resolution (also check the vertical resolution)

Send questions to: 

Dr. Robert Holcomb
Santa Rosa Junior College
1501 Mendocino Avenue
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
rholcomb@santarosa.edu
(707) 527-4615

Thank you for your interest in the Arts & Lectures Series!