I am just getting my feet wet as a Wikipedian with work on WikiProject Public Art. In 2009 I earned my PhD in Anthropology from the University of Southern California, having written my dissertation on representations of ancient Rome in several museums in Rome. When I'm not applying for jobs, I volunteer at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Since I'm writing my profile as part of a class assignment, I'm going to follow the advice of an experienced Wikipedian: steal what others have done in the way of formatting. A great tip. (I've stolen things here from HstryQT.)
Here are a few things I'm interested in the Crypta Balbi Museum (part of the National Museum of Rome); besides having studied this for my dissertation, I would like to help improve the W article about it. And while I'm at it, I'll list the Museum of Roman Civilization and Capitoline Museums.
Helpful resources I poached from HstryQT
- Resources Bookshelf
- Building a content partnership with a cultural institution in a nutshell
- Public outreach best practices
- WikiProject Public art (formerly Wikipedia Saves Public Art)