March 22-25, 2006
Albuquerque, New Mexico


Museum Computer Network


The Museum Computer Network, founded in 1972, is a nonprofit organization of professionals dedicated to fostering the cultural aims of museums through the use of computer technologies. We serve individuals and institutions wishing to improve their means of developing, managing, and conveying museum information through the use of automation. We support cooperative efforts that enable museums to be more effective at creating and disseminating cultural and scientific knowledge as represented by their collections and related documentation.

With an annual conference, special interest groups, and a listserv, MCN is here to help you seek out and share ideas and information about technology trends and issues you face every day. MCN's President, Marla Misunas, and Board Members Rob Lancefield and Rhonda Winter, will all be at Museums and the Web this year.

Stop by our booth to hear about our November conference in Pasadena, or contact us at info@mcn.edu; or visit our newly redesigned website at www.mcn.edu.


Marla Misunas
Collections Information Manager
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Collections Information and Access
151 Third St.
San Francisco CA
94103 USA