Our Fellows program brings together cultural and environmental thought leaders and eminent scholars for short term residencies at Serenbe.
The Titanic: Why It Matters Today
with Ken Rossignol,
author of Titanic 1912
Saturday, June 23, 2018 (4:00 p.m.)
Oak Room at The Inn at Serenbe
10950 Hutchesons Ferry Road Palmetto, GA, 30268
In coordination with Serenbe Playhouse's production of the musical Titanic, The Serenbe Institute is proud to present journalist, historian, and author Kenneth Rossignol. Rossignol is the author of “Titanic 1912,” which showcases many of the first news reports and stories immediately following the sinking of the Titanic. A light wine and cheese reception will follow Mr. Rossignol's presentation.
This event is free, but RSVPs are required.
Serenbe Fellows brings preeminent thought leaders, respected scholars and nationally recognized artists to Serenbe to discourse with Serenbe residents, visitors and the greater Atlanta community on issues that contribute to the health, vitality, joy and sustainability of Serenbe and The Institute. Topics range from responsible community development to the impact of the arts on a community's quality of life. Our Fellows program promotes an ongoing dialogue about what a great life in Serenbe and beyond can look like, and informs how we sustain our work in the future.
For more information about our Fellows program, please email us.
Previous Fellows have included:
Director, Community Planning and Development, HUD
Co-Director at Strategic Innovation Lab, Case Western Reserve University
co-author of A National Strategic Narrative
Architect, Planner and Author
Architect and Author
Dr. Daniel Friedland
SuperSmartHealth’s Founder and CEO
Dr. Stanley Meiberg
Acting Deputy Administrator, EPA
Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and Research Professor, George Washington University
Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution
President, Smart Growth America