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Summary of outcomes[edit]

2018 outcomes[edit]

  • Over 275 events
  • Estimated 4000 participants globally
  • Estimated 22000 articles created or improved globally

Narrative description[edit]

Over 4,000 people at more than 275 events around the world participated in Art+Feminism’s fifth annual Wikipedia Edit-a-thon, which took place across the months of March and April. This global effort created or improved nearly 22,000 articles on Wikipedia, almost four times the output of the 2017 events.

Highlights of the 2018 Edit-a-thon include content added to and pages created for notable figures including Christina Battle, Alexandra Bell, Torkwase Dyson, Silvia Federici, Dara Friedman, Juliana Huxtable, Gertrude Jekyll, Chō Kōran, Griselda Pollock, Annie Pootoogook, Collier Schorr, Tschabalala Self, Roberta Smith, Nobuko Tsuchiura, and Sam Vernon.

Edit-a-thons took place during the months of March and April at hundreds of institutions across the globe, including Anchorage Museum; Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson; Auckland Central Library; Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore; University of California, Berkeley; Liebig12, Berlin; Untitled Art Society, Calgary; University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; University College Cork; Memorial University, Corner Brook; The University of Western Australia, Crawley; University of North Texas, Denton; University of New Hampshire, Durham; National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin; Trinity College, University of Dublin; Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven; University of Arkansas, Fayetteville; Uffizi Gallery, Florence; Bibliothèque d’art et d’archéologie des Musées d’art et d’histoire, Genève; Tentmaker Ghana; Glasgow Print Studio; The Menil Collection, Houston; Goethe Zentrum Kampala; Siddhartha Cottage, Kathmandu; Modern Fuel and Queen’s University, Kingston; Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, Lisbon; Muzeum Sztuki w Łodzi MS2; The Photographers’ Gallery, London; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Caffi Alys, Machynlleth; Artexte and Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal; Lenbachhaus München; Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick; Yale University, New Haven; Smith College, Northampton; Norsk Komponistforening, Oslo; Philadelphia Museum of Art; Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh; Princeton University; Mount Allison University, Sackville; Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego; Art Practical and For-Site Foundation, San Francisco; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Stanford University; Index, Stockholm; Fisher Library, University of Sydney; womany wonderland, Taipei City; Temple University, Japan Campus, Tokyo; Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto; Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa; Blitz, Valletta; The Clark Art Institute, Williamstown; Afroleadership, Yaoundé; and online with Women in Red.

Click here for the complete list of numeric outcomes.

2017 outcomes[edit]

2017 Outcomes
  • Over 200 events
  • Estimated 2500 participants globally
  • Estimated 6500 articles created or improved globally

Narrative description[edit]

Over 2,500 participants at more than 200 events around the world participated in Art+Feminism’s fourth annual Wikipedia Edit-a-thon, which took place across the month of March around Women’s History Month. This global effort created or improved nearly 6,500 articles on Wikipedia, almost twice the output of the 2016 events.

Highlights of the 2017 Edit-a-thon include content added to Wikipedia pages for niv Acosta, Hilma af Klint, Morehshin Allahyari, Xenobia Bailey, Rebecca Belmore, Hannah Black, Octavia E. Butler, Lygia Clark, Andrea Crespo, Leslie Hewitt, Christine Sun Kim, Deana Lawson, New media art, Sondra Perry, Paul B. Preciado, and Martine Syms.

The 2017 Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon grew in complexity and geographic scope. First time organizing institutions included Open Foundation West Africa in collaboration with African Women Development Fund, Accra; Spelman College, Atlanta; Transgender Europe in collaboration with Artists Without a Cause and Room 4 Resistance, Berlin; Griffith University, Brisbane; Bryn Mawr College; Government Museum and Art Gallery, Chandigarh; Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit; National University of Ireland, Galway; Women’s Library and Information Centre Foundation, Istanbul; Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles; Oslo National Academy of the Arts; Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec, Montréal; PLATFORM, Munich; University of Nigeria, Nsukka; Parsons Paris; Maus Hábitos, Porto; Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico, San Juan; The Royal Armoury, Stockholm; Gardiner Museum, Toronto; and the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC. Organizers in Geneva, Switzerland coordinated city-wide edit-a-thons at Centre de la photographie, Lestime, Musée d’art et d’histoire de Genève, Pavillon bleu and l’Université de Genève. For the first time edit-a-thons were held across Italy at the Uffizi Gallery, Florence; BASE Milano; Museo Archeologico Provinciale, Potenza; Rome MAXXI; Artè Caffè Culturale, Salerno; and Ca’ Foscari University, Venice.

2016 outcomes[edit]

2016 Outcomes
  • Over 175 locations
  • 28 Countries on all 6 inhabited continents.
  • Estimated 2500 participants globally
  • Estimated 2000 new articles created globally
  • Estimated 1000 articles improved at globally

Granular results: Wikipedia:Meetup/ArtAndFeminism/Outcomes2016

Even more granular results:

Narrative description[edit]

Over 2500 participants at more than 175 events around the world participated in Art+Feminism’s third annual Wikipedia Edit-a-thon, resulting in the creation of 2000 new pages and improvements to 1500 articles on Wikipedia. This represents a significant increase over the 2015 events, with more than double the number of participants and triple the number of articles created or improved.

Alongside the central event at The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the 175+ events were held across every inhabited continent and in 30 countries at venues including: Ashesi University Brekuso, Accra; Tate Britain, London; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City; Gus Fisher Gallery, The University of Auckland; Archives Nationales, Paris; The Menil Collection, Houston; SCAD Hong Kong; Espacio Fundación Telefónica, Lima; Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto; the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC.; and a month-long online edit-a-thon hosted by Women In Red. As of this writing an additional 10+ events are scheduled for later in April.

Highlights of the 2016 Edit-a-thon include new Wikipedia pages for Unity Bainbridge, Manon de Boer, Tina Charlie, Otelia Cromwell, Aurora Reyes Flores, Liz Magic Laser, Park McArthur, Elizabeth McIntosh, Divya Mehra, Anne Pasternak, and Sara Greenberger Rafferty and improved articles for Megumi Igarashi, Julie Mehretu, Ana Mendieta, Wangechi Mutu, Lorraine O’Grady, Porpentine, Faith Ringgold, Martine Sims, Carrie Mae Weems, and Zitkala-Sa.

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2016 Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon events[edit]

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2015 outcomes[edit]

2015 Outcomes
  • Over 75 locations
  • 17 Countries on 4 continents.
  • Over 200 participants at MoMA
  • Estimated 1500 participants globally
  • Over 40 new articles created at MoMA
  • Estimated 400 new articles created globally
  • Over 100 articles improved at MoMA
  • Estimated 500 articles improved at globally

Granular results: Wikipedia:Meetup/ArtAndFeminism/Outcomes2015

Narrative description[edit]

We had approximately 200 participants come through MoMA: librarians, academics, curators, artists, art lovers, feminists, male allies, experienced Wikipedians, etc. Trainings were held throughout the day, in multiple locations across three floors of the Department of Education. New and experienced editors worked in a variety spaces: the mezzanine level, two classrooms, the Time Warner theatre, multiple lounges, and the library. The day was marked by a spirit of collaboration, with spontaneous volunteering and enthusiastic team editing.

There were over 75 events around the world, from small gatherings of friends to large groups at significant cultural institutions like LACMA, the Walker Art Center, and the Stedelijk Museum. We estimate that at least 400 new articles created, and another 500 articles with significant improvements. Please see below for the full list of nodes.

A handful of the newly created articles include: Elise Forrest Harleston, Amy Maria Sacker, Janet Payne Bowles, Lisl Steiner, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Kali (fine artist), Betty G. Miller, Camille Henrot, Sarah McEneaney, Kyle DeWoody, Jennie C. Jones, and the Heresies Collective.

Some of the improved articles include: Cecily Brown, Elaine de Kooning, Evelyn De Morgan, Carol Shaw (video game designer), Coco Fusco, Mierle Laderman Ukeles, Valerie Hegarty, Yael Bartana, and Augusta Savage


Click here for the complete list of outcomes.

2015 Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon events[edit]

  1. Amsterdam (nl), Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
  2. Amsterdam Lloyd Hotel
  3. Athens, Georgia, University of Georgia
  4. Austin, Texas, University of Texas School of Information
  5. Eureka Springs, AR, Artists In Situ, Later in March
  6. Banff, Paul D. Fleck Library & Archives, The Banff Centre
  7. Berkeley, California, University of California at Berkeley
  8. Berlin, sonntags club e.v, Berlin
  9. Bern, National Library, Switzerland
  10. Bloomington, Indiana, Herman B Wells Library, Indiana University
  11. Boston, Massachusetts, Morton R. Godine Library, Massachusetts College of Art and Design
  12. Brussels, F/LAT, Belgium
  13. Brooklyn, New York, Brooklyn Museum
  14. Chicago, John M. Flaxman Library, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
  15. Cleveland, Case Western Reserve University, Kelvin Smith Library
  16. Copenhagen,Den Frie Udstillingsbygning and University of Copenhagen
  17. Dundee, Hannah Maclure Centre at University of Abertay and CentreSpace in Dundee Contemporary Arts
  18. Ellensburg, Ellensburg, WA
  19. Florence, NYU Florence or University of Florence
  20. Fresno, Fresno, CA
  21. Halifax, NSCAD University, Nova Scotia
  22. Lima, Perú
  23. Lisbon, Labart | Universidade Lusófona, Campo Grande, Lisbon
  24. Houston, Texas, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
  25. Irvine, California, UC Irvine
  26. Kansas City, MO, Kansas City, MO later in March
  27. Lausanne, WMCH Office, Switzerland
  28. Lawrence, KS, Wonder Fair
  29. Lexington, Kentucky, University of Kentucky, Lucille Little Fine Arts Library
  30. Lisbon, Labart, Universidade Lusófona, Campo Grande
  31. Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), co-organized by East of Borneo and the Women's Center for Creative Work
  32. Lower Hutt, The Dowse Art Museum, Lower Hutt, New Zealand
  33. Lugano, Switzerland
  34. Los Angeles, Fembot, Ms. Foundation for Women, Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, and the University of Oregon’s Center for the Study of Women in Society
  35. Maastricht (nl), Bonnefanten Museum, Maastricht
  36. Madison, WI, 100state, organized by The ArtWrite Collective
  37. Madrid, Fundación Mujeres por África (Paseo de la Castellana, 144), Madrid
  38. Minneapolis, Walker Art Center
  39. Morgantown, WV, Monongalia Art Center
  40. Montréal, Canadian Women Artists History Initiative (CWAHI), Concordia University, Canada & Eastern Bloc, Canada
  41. Moscow, Vera Ermolaeva Foundation
  42. New Orleans, Newcomb Archives & Vorhoff Library of the Newcomb College Institute, Tulane University
  43. Paris, Fondation d'entreprise Galeries Lafayette
  44. New Paltz, Sojourner Truth Library, STL 18, SUNY New Paltz
  45. New York City, Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Education and Research Building at the Museum of Modern Art, March 7, 2015
  46. New York City, Babycastles Gallery
  47. Notre Dame, University of Notre Dame, Indiana
  48. Oklahoma, WAM!It Yourself, Oklahoma, Later in March
  49. Oakland, California College of the Arts, California
  50. Oberlin, OH, Storage Gallery, Oberlin OH
  51. online Online (Google Hangout)
  52. online The London task force of WikiProject Public Art is discussing plans for online collaborating. All are welcome to join!
  53. online Project Continua Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon
  54. Peterborough, ARTSPACE, Artist Run Centre
  55. Philadelphia: UArts Edit-a-thon, University of the Arts; followup at the GLAM Cafe, University of Pennsylvania
  56. Pittsburgh, 76<100, Later in March
  57. Pomona, California, Cal Poly Pomona, University Library Room 2907, Monday
  58. Portland, Oregon, Portland Art Museum's Crumpacker Family Library
  59. Providence, Rhode Island, Rhode Island School of Design
  60. Rochester, NY, University of Rochester
  61. San Antonio, Texas
  62. Santa Barbara, University of California, Santa Barbara
  63. San Diego, University of California - San Diego, Geisel Library
  64. San Francisco, Gleeson Library, University of San Francisco
  65. San Francisco, Kadist Art Foundation, San Francisco
  66. San Francisco, Wikimedia Foundation, San Francisco
  67. Saskatoon, Saskatoon Public Library, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
  68. State College, Penn State University
  69. Sweet Briar, VA, Sweet Briar College
  70. Toronto, Art Gallery of Ontario, Library and Archive
  71. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory and Music, Art and Architecture, UBC Library
  72. Wakefield, West Yorkshire, UK. The Hepworth Wakefield.
  73. Washington, D.C., National Museum of Women in the Arts
  74. Westchester County, SUNY Purchase
  75. Whittier, California, Whittier College, Thursday
  76. Williamsburg, VA, The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA, Friday
  77. Winnipeg, Mentoring Artists for Women's Art (MAWA)
  78. Winter Park, FL, Rollins College
  79. Worcester, Massachusetts, College of the Holy Cross

2014 outcomes[edit]

2014 Outcomes
  • 31 locations
  • 6 Countries (USA, Canada, Australia, Italy, Netherlands, United Kingdom)
  • 600 participants (Approximated)
  • At least 101 new articles created
  • At least 90 articles improved

Narrative description[edit]

We had 150 participants come through Eyebeam: librarians, academics, curators, artists, art lovers, feminists, male allies, experienced Wikipedians, etc. At the peak midway through, we ran out of chairs! At the start there was excitement in the air, along with some anxiety about the technicalities of editing Wikipedia, but after a series of 20 minute training sessions the participants got to work. A few hours in everything had gelled, and people were hard at work. It was such a good atmosphere. Many of the other locations described a similar experience.

There were 30 satellite events around the world, with attendances ranging from 6 to 60. We know that there were at least 101 new articles created, and another 90 articles with significant improvements. We expect that number to rise, as a lot of work has yet to be accounted for, and it is going to take a few days (or more) to figure out exactly how much we accomplished.

A handful of the initial list of 95 or so created articles includes: Mary Miss, Joan Semmel, Lisa Oppenheim, Frances Stark, Eve Mosher, Laurie Halsey Brown, Xaviera Simmons, Patti Warashina, Cosima von Bonin, Liza Bear, Lizzie Fitch, Senga Nengudi, Monika Bravo, and Zarina. The current list is here: Wikipedia:Meetup/ArtAndFeminism_2014/Outcomes

The reason that we do not have exact numbers for articles created is that some new articles are stuck in the Articles for creation process, which can take up to 3 weeks. At the Eyebeam event we advocated skipping this process, and creating articles directly from red links. Additionally, many of the participants failed to record all the work they did on the results page despite our best efforts. This is somewhat inevitable. given there were 31 events, with roughly 600 participants.

2014 Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon events[edit]

  1. Adelaide, Australia: Flinders University
  2. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: De Appel
  3. Austin, TX: University of Texas at Austin School of Information
  4. Baltimore, MD: Maryland Institute College of Art
  5. Boston, MA: School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
  6. Brooklyn, NY: Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum (co-hosted by Project Continua)
  7. Brooklyn, NY: Parmer (by invite only)
  8. Calgary, Canada: Luke Lindoe Library at the Alberta College of Art and Design
  9. Chicago, IL: School of the Art Institute of Chicago
  10. Dawson City, Yukon: Klondike Institute of Arts and Culture
  11. Dundee, United Kingdom: Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design
  12. East Lansing, MI: Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University
  13. Florence, Italy: Advancing Women Artists Foundation
  14. Halifax, Canada: NSCAD University Library
  15. Hong Kong, China: University of Hong Kong
  16. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa, Center for the Book
  17. Kingston, NY: Women’s Studio Workshop
  18. London, UK: School of Art and Design at Middlesex University
  19. London, UK: n.paradoxa (by invite only)
  20. Los Angeles, CA: The Public School
  21. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Library & Information Studies
  22. Montreal, Canada: Eastern Bloc (co-hosted by Studio XX, revue .dpi and Skol)
  23. New Haven, CT: Yale University (hosted by Broad Recognition)
  24. New York City: Eyebeam
  25. Philadelphia, PA: University of the Arts’ Greenfield Library
  26. Portland, OR: Portland State University
  27. Purchase, NY: State University of New York at Purchase
  28. San Francisco, CA: CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts
  29. Seattle, WA: Seattle Attic Community Workshop
  30. Toronto, Canada: Art Metropole
  31. Twin Cites, MN: Regis Art Center at the University of Minnesota
  32. Washington, D.C.: National Museum of Women in the Arts

Outcomes tools[edit]


International Edit-a-thons[edit]

Since 2014, over 10,000 people at more than 800 events around the world have participated in Art+Feminism’s Edit-a-thons, resulting in the creation and improvement of more than 33,000 articles on Wikipedia. The project has expanded to include an art commissioning program, curatorial collaborations, and a podcast. Foreign Policy Magazine named the founders Leading Global Thinkers and Art+Feminism has been covered widely in the press. Art+Feminism is based out of The Museum of Modern Art, New York, with nodes at the Center for Curatorial Studies Library, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson; ICA Boston; National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin; Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven; Uffizi Gallery, Florence; Asia Art Archive & M+, Hong Kong; The Menil Collection, Houston; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Lenbachhaus München; Yale University, New Haven; University of Nigeria, Nsukka; Princeton University; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Santiago; Index – The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation, Stockholm; Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto; National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC, and hundreds of other locations.

2016 International Edit-a-thons[edit]

List of 2016 Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon Hosts



United States[edit]

Organized by date, then alpha by city

Before March 4, 2016[edit]

March 4, 2016[edit]

March 5, 2016[edit]

March 6, 2016[edit]

After March 6, 2016[edit]

Canada[edit]

Organized by date, then alpha by city

Before March 4, 2016[edit]

March 4, 2016[edit]

March 5, 2016[edit]

After March 5, 2016[edit]

México[edit]

South America[edit]

Organized by date, then alpha by city

Europe[edit]

August 27, 2016[edit]

Before March 4, 2016[edit]

Organized by date, then alpha by city

March 4, 2016[edit]

March 5, 2016[edit]

March 5–6, 2016[edit]

  • Basel, Switzerland, Kaskadenkondensator
  • Paris, France,Archives nationales (France)|Archives Nationales /Hôtel de Soubise|60, rue des Francs-Bourgeois, Hub Lafayette Anticipation
  • Utrecht, The Netherlands,Vereniging Wikimedia Nederland
  • Utrecht, The Netherlands – Dutch Gendergap taskforce, Members will be online all weekend to handle queries and calls for help.
  • Utrecht, The Netherlands –User:Jane023|Slumber party at my house. All Wikimedians and aspiring Wikimedians are invited (kids and pets are welcome -- send me a WP email)
    Contact me if you want to organize your own "slumber party" so we can list:nl:Wikipedia:Wikiproject/Gendergap|gendergap support points available in the world during the weekend if we somehow manage to fall asleep at the keyboard. Just tell us what language you speak and your contact preferences and let us know what times you will be available. We hope to post periodic updates and hold or repost interviews with Wikiwomen on Facebook and will keep a Google hangout open.
  • Machynlleth, Wales, Penrallt Gallery Bookshop (March 6, 2016)

After March 6, 2016[edit]

Middle East and Africa[edit]

March 5, 2016[edit]

Asia[edit]

Organized by date, then alpha by city

Participants of Art + Feminism Wikisprint at KSPWSC, University of Pune, 12th March 2016 * Kyoto, Japan, Baexong Arts Kyoto (March 5, 2016) * Taipei, Taiwan, Custard Cream co-working space – YuanShan branch (March 5, 2016) * Pune,Mumbai, India (March 12, 2016) विकिपीडिया:महिला संपादनेथॉन- २०१६ * Bangkok, Thailand, CHOMP! Café, (March 13, 2016) * Chennai, India (March 20, 2016) * Hong Kong, SCAD Hong Kong,Savannah College of Art and Design (April 8, 2016)

Oceania[edit]

* Auckland, New Zealand,Gus Fisher Gallery
, TheUniversity of Auckland (March 5, 2016)
  • Auckland, New Zealand,Wikipedia:Meetup/Auckland/ArtAndFeminism 2016 Training|Art+Feminism 2016 Training]], YES collective (date TBD)

Online / remote participation[edit]

2015 International Edit-a-thons[edit]

List of 2015 Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon Hosts

United States

  • Athens, Georgia, University of Georgia, Saturday, March 7, 2015
  • Austin, Texas, University of Texas School of Information
  • Berkeley, California, University of California at Berkeley, March 7, 2015
  • Bloomington, Indiana, Herman B Wells Library, Indiana University, Saturday, March 7, 2015
  • Boston, Massachusetts, Morton R. Godine Library, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Saturday, March 7, 2015
  • Burlington, Vermont, Vermont Makers, Fleming Museum of Art, University of Vermont, Saturday, March 7, 2015
  • Brooklyn, New York, Brooklyn Museum, Saturday, March 7, 2015
  • Chicago, John M. Flaxman Library, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Saturday, March 7, 2015
  • Cleveland, Case Western Reserve University, Kelvin Smith Library, Saturday, March 7, 2015
  • Denver, Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, Library, Saturday, April 11, 2015
  • Ellensburg, Ellensburg, WA, March 7th, 2015
  • Fresno, Fresno, CA, March 8, 2015
  • Houston, Texas, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
  • Irvine, California, UC Irvine
  • Kansas City, MO, Kansas City, MO, March 28, Central Library 14 W 10 St KCMO
  • Lawrence, KS, Wonder Fair, March 7, 803 Massachusetts St, Lawrence, KS
  • Lexington, Kentucky, University of Kentucky, Lucille Little Fine Arts Library, March 8, 2015
  • Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), co-organized by East of Borneo and the Women's Center for Creative Work, March 8, 2015.
  • Los Angeles, Fembot, Ms. Foundation for Women, Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, and the University of Oregon’s Center for the Study of Women in Society, March 6, 2015. Hack-a-thon on March 7, 2015. Main link
  • Madison, WI, 100state, organized by The ArtWrite Collective, March 7, 2015
  • Minneapolis, Walker Art Center, March 8, 2015
  • Minneapolis, #GalleryPaige, The Minneapolis City Center Building, March 22, 2015
  • Morgantown, WV, Monongalia Art Center, March 7, 2015
  • New Orleans, Newcomb Archives & Vorhoff Library of the Newcomb College Institute, Tulane University, March 8, 2015
  • New Paltz, Sojourner Truth Library, STL 18, SUNY New Paltz, Sunday March 8, 2015
  • New York City, Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Education and Research Building at the Museum of Modern Art, March 7, 2015
  • New York City, Babycastles Gallery, March 8, 2015
  • Notre Dame, University of Notre Dame, Indiana
  • Oklahoma, WAM!It Yourself, Oklahoma, Late March, 2015
  • Oakland, California College of the Arts, California, March 7, 2015
  • Oberlin, OH, Storage Gallery, Oberlin OH, March 7, 2015
  • Pittsburgh, 76<100, later in March.
  • Philadelphia: UArts Edit-a-thon, February 28, 2015, University of the Arts; followup at the GLAM Cafe, March 10, 2015, University of Pennsylvania
  • Pomona, California, Cal Poly Pomona, University Library Room 2907, Monday, March 9, 2015
  • Portland, Oregon, Portland Art Museum's Crumpacker Family Library, Saturday, March 7, 2015
  • Providence, Rhode Island, Rhode Island School of Design
  • Rochester, NY, University of Rochester, March 7th, 2015
  • San Antonio, Texas March 5-6 at the annual meeting for the Council on Resident Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics
  • Santa Barbara, University of California, Santa Barbara, March 8th, 2015
  • San Diego, University of California - San Diego, Geisel Library, March 8th, 2015
  • San Francisco, Gleeson Library, University of San Francisco, March 6, 2015
  • San Francisco, Kadist Art Foundation, San Francisco, March 7, 2015
  • San Francisco, Wikimedia Foundation, San Francisco, March 8, 2015
  • State College, Penn State University, The Judy Chicago Art Education Collection & Feminist Resource Suite, 207 Arts Cottage
  • Wikipedia:Meetup/Sweet Briar College, Virginia, April 26, 2015

, March 7, 2015

Canada

Montreal: A mother and her baby co-organise the Montreal event. See all pictures from Montreal event.
  • Banff, Paul D. Fleck Library & Archives, The Banff Centre, March 7, 2015
  • Halifax, NSCAD University, Nova Scotia, March 7, 2015
  • Montréal, Canadian Women Artists History Initiative (CWAHI), Concordia University, Canada & Eastern Bloc, Canada, March 7, 2015
  • Peterborough, ARTSPACE, Artist Run Centre, March 7, 2015
  • Toronto, Art Gallery of Ontario, Library and Archive, March 8, 2015
  • Vancouver, University of British Columbia, Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory and Music, Art and Architecture, UBC Library, March 7–8, 2015 & Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Library, March 6-7, 2015
  • Winnipeg, Mentoring Artists for Women's Art (MAWA), March 8, 2015

Europe

Edit-a-thon in Madrid, March 7, 2015. Participants joined ArtAndFeminism and edited about African women.

Oceania

South America

Online

2015 ArtAndFeminism events that did not take place on International Women's Day (2015)[edit]

List of 2015 Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon events that did not take place on International Women's Day (2015)
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alphabetical

*Please add your event here

2014 International Edit-a-thons[edit]

List of 2014 Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon Hosts
Portland, Oregon, February 2014
Washington, D.C., February 2014
London, April 2014

Eyebeam Art and Technology Center and 30 satellite locations, February 1, 2014

alphabetical


External links[edit]