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Emory University
2016 Art+Feminism
Wikipedia Edit-a-thon
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When and Where
DateFriday, February 26, 2016
Time12:00 pm – 4:00 pm EST
AddressRoom 312 and 314
Woodruff Library
Emory University
540 Asbury Circle
City, StateAtlanta, GA 30322

Event information[edit]

  • Date: Friday, February 26, 2016
  • Time: 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm EST
  • Location: Room 312 and 314, Woodruff Library, Emory University, 540 Asbury Circle, Atlanta, GA 30322
  • Participants: No Wikipedia editing experience necessary; as needed throughout the event, tutoring will be provided for Wikipedia newcomers.
  • RSVP by signing your username below! If you are unfamiliar with Wikipedia, you might try this training module which will help explain a lot of things, including how to add your signature.
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  • What to Bring: Attendees can bring their own laptops and power cords; however, there will be computers available. We will also have refreshments, reference materials, training, and subject experts on hand. You will need a picture ID to enter the library.


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  1. Acdon (talk) 19:22, 26 February 2016 (UTC)
  2. Alangpike (talk) 14:06, 26 February 2016 (UTC)
  3. Alice.clifton (talk) 17:56, 26 February 2016 (UTC)
  4. Biosthmors (talk) pls notify me (i.e. {{U}}) while signing a reply, thx 18:02, 26 February 2016 (UTC)
  5. Ericabruchko (talk) 19:05, 26 February 2016 (UTC)
  6. JenniferJElder (talk) 18:00, 26 February 2016 (UTC)
  7. Jennifersyoung (talk) 15:40, 22 February 2016 (UTC)
  8. Kathy Hayes
  9. Kcolli2 (talk) -- Kim Collins
  10. Kraw88 (talk) 20:01, 26 February 2016 (UTC)
  11. Liblynx (talk) 20:38, 26 February 2016 (UTC)
  12. Vinyloscar (talk) 17:55, 26 February 2016 (UTC)

List of articles to edit[edit]

Below is a list of articles that would benefit from edits and expansion (or to be created) during the edit-a-thon, each with their assigned quality grade.

Draft articles (need the most work):

Stub-class articles:

  • Barbara Chase-Riboud (b. 1939) – internationally acclaimed visual artist, bestselling novelist and award-winning poet
  • Doris Derby – activist, documentary photographer and retired adjunct associate professor of anthropology at Georgia State University
  • Katherine Mitchell (b. 1944) – American abstract painter based in Atlanta

Start-class articles:

  • Susan Bee (b. 1952) – a New York City-based painter, editor, and book artist
  • Julie Chen – American book artist
  • Samella Lewis (b. 1925) – African-American artist (primarily a printmaker and painter), author, art historian and former educator
  • Bea Nettles (b. 1942) – fine art photographer, author, and book artist
  • Dianora Niccolini (b. 1936) – fine art photographer who is widely considered to be one of the female pioneers in the photography of the male nude
  • Lucy May Stanton (1875-1931) – American painter from Atlanta
  • Mildred Thompson (1936-2003) – American artist who worked in the media of painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture and photography. She was also a writer and an associate editor for the magazine Art Papers, based in Atlanta

C-class articles:

  • Amalia Amaki (b. 1959) – African-American artist, art historian, educator, film critic and curator; Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art at the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa since 2007.
  • Camille Billops (b. 1933) – African-American sculptor, filmmaker, archivist, and printmaker


  • Mary E. Hutchinson (1906-1970) – artist and teacher in the New York Federal Art Project under the Works Progress Administration
  • Linda Armstrong (b. 1950s) – American artist and instructor of Sculpture at Emory University

See also: Wikipedia:Meetup/ArtAndFeminism/Tasks

Resources for editing[edit]

Articles improved[edit]

Alphabetical by first letter

  1. Alli Royce Soble -- Acdon (talk)
  2. Amalia Amaki -- Vinyloscar (talk)
  3. Cool Hand Luke -- Alangpike (talk)
  4. Doris Derby -- Alangpike (talk), Kraw88 (talk)
  5. Katherine Mitchell -- Jennifersyoung (talk)
  6. Linda Armstrong -- Kcolli2 (talk), Alangpike (talk)
  7. Robert W. Woodruff Library -- Alangpike (talk), Acdon (talk)
  8. Susan Bee -- Kraw88 (talk)

Articles created[edit]

Alphabetical by first letter

  1. Alli Royce Soble -- Jennifersyoung (talk)
  2. Linda Armstrong -- Jennifersyoung (talk)

External links[edit]