Ton Cremers firstname.lastname@example.org has invited you to join the Museum Security
Network group with this message:
Dear (former)Museum Security Network subscribers,
(APOLOGIES FOR POSSIBLE CROSS POSTING)
Following my recent decision to cease running the Museum Security Network, I
am pleased to inform you that I have this week passed the moderation of the
Museum Security Network Google Group to Dr Tom Flynn, a London-based art
historian, writer on museums and cultural heritage, and a long-time subscriber
to the previous list.
As a result, the list has been re-launched at http://groups.google.com/group/
museum_security_network and is now open for new members. Tom has plans to
develop the Museum Security Network and list over the coming weeks and months,
including launching a news digest and an associated website, and can be
contacted at email@example.com.
I'm also happy to confirm that Jonathan Sazonoff has kindly agreed to continue
as the Museum Security Network's North American contributing editor.
YOU NEED TO RESUBSCRIBE IF YOU WANT TO JOIN THIS RESTART OF THE MUSEUM
SECURITY NETWORK MAILING LIST.
Here is the group's description:
Dedicated to all aspects of cultural property security and safety matters, and
to the collection and dissemination of information about incidents in cultural
property institutions. Founded 1996 by firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, July 30, 2009
The Museum Security Network Is Back
The Museum Security Network, the leading email list on art crime, is back.