RR Anderson, DIY Cultural Arts Specialist

Jan. 3, 2008 at 11:42am

Reminder about the TacomaArt Listserv

Reposted for the Benefit of All...

Looks like it is time for a little refresher about the do’s and don’ts of the Listserv… Please take a minute to read the following information. Remember, the listserv is set up as a community resource and its existence is hinged on everyone’s proper use of the system. The City can, and will, at any time shut down the Listserv if it is being misused.

The purpose of the Listserv is to:

  1. Post information about arts related events, exhibits, and happenings 
  2. Post opportunities related to the arts and/or opportunities beneficial to artists (i.e. calls to artists, art supply sales, appropriate artist studio space, etc..)
  3. Ask questions/request information directly related to the arts. Please note: responses must come directly back to you this is not meant to open up discussion.  If others are interested in replies, the person requesting information can ‘digest the answers’ and share them with the group.

It is NOT the purpose of this Listserv to:

  1. Discuss or critique postings with the entire listserv
  2. Establish an open dialogue of topics (there are several blogs in town that serve this purpose successfully)
  3. Post your artwork/photographs    

Misuse of the Listserv:

Subscribers who misuse the listserv may be removed temporarily or blocked permanently at the discretion of the list manager.

Misuse may take many forms including but is not limited to:

  1. posting off-topic messages
  2. using abusive language
  3. violating city, state, county or federal law
  4. use of system to support or oppose a political candidacy or ballot initiative

 

This listserv is maintained by the City of Tacoma . It is not moderated however. Consistent with these policies, the City of Tacoma maintains the right to suspend or remove offenders who misuse the listserv or discontinue listserv service all together. 

 

The City of Tacoma is not responsible for content sent over the listserv. Information provided by the City of Tacoma , including your email address, is subject to disclosure under the Public Records Act, Chapter 42.56 of the Revised Code of Washington.

 

Posting Messages:
To post a message, send it to TacomaArt@cityoftacoma.org. It will automatically be sent to everyone on the list.

Attachments must be no larger than 500KB. Due to the automated nature of this listserv, any attachments larger than this will not be posted and may result in blocking the entire message. Where possible please include web address links to share posted information.

 

Subscribing and Unsubscribing:
To subscribe or unsubscribe from the Listserv, send an email to tacomaart-request@cityoftacoma.org with either 'subscribe' or 'unsubscribe' in the subject line.  Do not include any other text or automatic signature in the subject line or body of the message.

This is an automated system.  You must follow these directions exactly or your subscription will not work. Once you are subscribed you will receive an automated confirmation. Please note: by subscribing to this listserv, your e-mail address is considered public information and can be shared, upon request, under the Public Disclosure Act.

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