- 1 ART & COMMUNITY
- 2 Who are we focusing on?
- 3 List of Artists, Activists, and Organizers
- 4 Articles in development:
- 5 Updating Articles:
- 6 The Process: Step-by-Step
- 6.1 1. Create your account
- 6.2 2. Create your userpage
- 6.3 3. Create a draft in sandbox
- 6.4 4. Artist/Activist/Organizer Template
- 6.5 5. Read
- 6.6 6. Choose artist page to create or edit from the list above or feel free to suggest a page you would like to work on
- 6.7 7. Research / Write / Share with other participants
- 6.8 8. Tell edit-a-thon organizer when you are close to done so you can upload together
- 7 Partipants
- 8 History
- 9 Wikipedia editing resources
ART & COMMUNITY
During this two-day edit-a-thon taking place on Monday, March 18 & Monday, March 25, 2019, we will be adding and updating articles for artists, activists, and organizers with a sustained involvement in cultural production, community building, and intersectional dialogs.
- Dates: Monday, March 18, 2019 & Monday, March 25, 2019
- Times: 8am - 11am EST
- Location: ADM Lab, 222–223 West Sibley Hall, Department of Art, College of Architecture, Art, Planning, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
- Please bring: A laptop, article information, and your enthusiasm!
Who are we focusing on?
Artists, activists, and organizers with a sustained involvement in cultural production, community building, and intersectional dialogs. Although the additions and edits will be far from comprehensive, it is one step towards a more diverse archive. Art & Community aims to add diverse practitioners and communities to the wikipedia archive. New articles will be chosen through a series of discussions with students and organizer Jaret Vadera.
List of Artists, Activists, and Organizers
Working list (Alphabetical by first letter)
Articles in development:
- Amy Malbeuf @ User:KwapongKwesi/sandbox2
- Camille Hoffman @ User:Ljsjosh/sandbox2
- Daisy Quezada Ureña @ User:Underthesaturn/sandbox2
- Didier William @ User:Ljsjosh/sandbox
- George Awde @ User:Eoghanrdempsey/sandbox
- Irvin Morazan @ User:Vivivian/sandbox
- Joiri Minaya @ User:Ebergmann/sandbox2
- Jackson Polys @ User:KwapongKwesi/sandbox
- Kanishka Raja @ User:JVadera/sandbox3
- Kareem Khubchandani @ User:Cho456/sandbox
- Laura Anderson Barbata @ User:Vivivian/sandbox2
- Lina Puerta @ User:Ebergmann/sandbox
- Natani Notah @ User:Eoghanrdempsey/sandbox2
- Rachelle Mozman Solano @ User:Underthesaturn/sandbox
- Shoshanna Weinberg @ User:JVadera/sandbox2
- Tsēmā Igharas @ User:Cho456/sandbox2
- Yeni Mao @ User:Songhyoj/sandbox
- Alok Vaid-Menon
- Chinatown Art Brigade @ User:Songhyoj
- Christine Sun Kim @ User:Songhyoj
- Jaishri Abichandani
- Ka-Man Tse @ User:Songhyoj
The Process: Step-by-Step
1. Create your account
Decide on a username
- Click on the blue link "Create Account" in the top right corner.
- Click on the blue link "Create One" in the sign in box.
- Fill out the information on the page (email is not necessary) and click the "Create Account" button.
- Your username will now appear in red in the top right corner.
2. Create your userpage
- Make sure you're signed in.
- Click on your user name, which is a red link, in the top right corner.
- Click the “Edit” tab (located between “Read” and “View History”) to make several edits to your userpage.
- Include as little or as much information about yourself as you would like. It's often a good idea to state your interests and what you'll be working on, including any declarations of possible conflicts of interest (for example, where you work, if you're comfortable sharing.)
- Tell edit-a-thon organizer your username so they can add it to the ART+COMMUNITY Meetup Page
- The “Creating a userpage” document will walk you through the steps involved in setting up your userpage. your edits.
3. Create a draft in sandbox
- When you are logged-in, look in the upper-right hand corner and you will see a link to your sandbox.
- When you click on this link, it will bring up the Edit box. You can type something in here and click Save, which will create your draft page. You can use this space for testing and practice.
- These pages are not live articles, so they do not have to meet all of the Manual of Style requirements.
4. Artist/Activist/Organizer Template
It is important that you read about the Five Pillars of Wikipedia.
6. Choose artist page to create or edit from the list above or feel free to suggest a page you would like to work on
8. Tell edit-a-thon organizer when you are close to done so you can upload together
- SENIOR ADMINS! We would love if you could participate remotely! Please contact JVadera if you are able to, and please add your Wikipedia username to the "Remote Participants" section below
- JVadera (talk · contribs)
- Cho456 (talk · contribs)
- Ebergmann (talk · contribs)
- Eoghanrdempsey (talk · contribs)
- KwapongKwesi (talk · contribs)
- Ljsjosh (talk · contribs)
- Songhyoj (talk · contribs)
- Underthesaturn (talk · contribs)
- Vivivian (talk · contribs)
ART & COMMUNITY is part of an ongoing series of edit-a-thons originally developed by Uzma Rizvi and Jaret Vadera aimed at adding diverse practitioners and communities to the wikipedia archive. It was first hosted in the Social Science and Cultural Studies Department at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York
Wikipedia editing resources
N.B. Also located on the Resources page referenced above under Editor Resources
- Beginners’ Guide to Wikipedia (account creation, article editing)
- Five Pillars of Wikipedia (philosophical guidelines and best practices for Wikipedia editing)
- How to Edit a Page
- Wiki Markup Quick Reference (PDF version of printed handout)
- Guide to Writing Wikipedia Pages for Notable Women in Computing by Susan H. Rodger (applicable to any biography)
- Article Development
- Your First Article (using the Article Wizard if you wish)
- Manual of Style
- Citation templates
- Citation guide
- Infobox templates
- Bookshelf (additional "getting started" resources)
- Formatting shortcuts:
- Images and photos:
- Introduction and Guide 1: Getting Started! – Why Edit Wikipedia?, Using the WikiD Guides and Getting Started.
- Guide 2: Selecting and Researching a Topic/Subject – Choosing a Subject, References and Sources and Images.
- Guide 3: Writing an Entry – Tone and Style, Content and Structure, Building an Argument, Precedents and Article Titles.
- Guide 4: Navigating the Wikipedia Interface – Editing Interfaces, Creating a New Article, Editing Existing Pages and Disambiguation
- Guide 5: Troubleshooting – Deleted Pages, Flagged Pages and Talk Pages