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Wikipedia Loves Art
Wikipedia:Wikipedia Loves Art, a wiki scavenger hunt and free content photography contest in February 2009.
WikiProject MoMA Book Club
Wiki-workshops for MoMA and friends, going over articles, procedures, references, wikiprojects, getting together on a monthly basis.
First date: Tuesday June 14, 2011
MoMA Wikipedia Talk to Me University Editathon
Saturday, October 8th 11:20am-3:00pm
Tour of Talk to Me (exhibition), lunch, and editing workshop for students, Wikipedians, museum educators and staff attending the first Wikipedia Editathon at The Museum of Modern Art. About 30 people attended.
With participation from History of Design and Digital Media course at CUNY and a Museum Studies course at NYU. (In the future, we will also more fully engage Free Culture @NYU and NYU ITP Wikipedia Club, as well as other student groups in the NY area).
The Editathon was pursued by small groups of students focused on different topics, with experienced Wikipedians and others distributed to help out.
Talk to Me exhibition catalogs and related design books were available on-site as resources, and the exhibition catalogs were later awarded to some of the afternoon's most stand-out contributors.
Broad subjects and design concepts, and museum info
Artists and studios
Designs on display
The Exchange Archive
The Exchange Archive was conceived, designed, and developed as a collaboration between the MultiAgency Collective and Caroline Woolard, as part of MoMA Studio in 2013. From unconventional dialogue to reciprocity systems, the Exchange Archive supports research about contemporary exchange practices. The online archive aims to support artistic research by making legible the people, ideas, and materials that surround exchange-based work today. It is in the Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Education and Research Building of MoMA.
Designers and developers
Artists projects presented