Art + Feminism Wikipedia Editathon
Why are we here? We’re here because less than 10% of editors on Wikipedia are women.
Wikipedia is the largest and most popular general reference work on the internet with more than 40 million articles in more than 250 different languages. The fact is when we don’t tell our stories or participate in the ways our history is preserved, it gets erased. Gaps in the coverage of knowledge about women, gender, feminism, and the arts on one of the most visited websites in the world is a big problem and we need your help to fix it.
Join Art History and Art Program professors Deanna MacDonald, Mayu Tsuruya and Louise Rouse for a day of action.
11am-12pm First Wave Panel Speakers
“Community in the arts”
Tomorrow Girls Troop
Dr. Sae Kitamura
“How to Be a Good Wikipedian“
12-2.30pm Editing – Our trainers will help you to add and edit articles on Wikipedia
3-4pm Second Wave Panel Speakers
Dr. Tin Tin Htun
“Feminism through the eyes of female artists in Burma/Myanmar“
“Curation and Dissensus“
“What is Obscenity“
4-6pm Editing – Our trainers will help you to add and edit articles on Wikipedia
Listen to talks about art and feminism.
Learn how to edit Wikipedia.
Write about Japanese women artists and international women artists in the language you feel most comfortable.
EVERYONE is welcome! People of all gender identities and expressions are invited to participate. And even if you don’t have time to edit, please stop by and show your support.
Location: Student Parliament Lounge (ground floor) Azabu Hall, Temple University
What to bring: Please bring your laptop, power cord and ideas for entries that need updating or creation. For the editing-averse, we urge you to stop by to show your support.
Also: Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the Wikipedia: Meetup/ ArtandFeminism/ Safe Space Policy