|When and Where|
|Date||Tuesday, March 21, 2017|
|Time||5:30 pm – 8:00 pm EDT|
540 Asbury Circle
|City, State||Atlanta, GA 30322|
- Date: Tuesday, March 21, 2017
- Time: 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm EDT
- Location: 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.
- What to Bring: Attendees can bring their own laptops and power cords; however, there will be computers available. We will also have dinner, reference materials, training, and subject experts on hand. You will need a picture ID to enter the library.
Emory's Art + Feminism Edit-a-Thon will be held as part of Social Justice Week at Emory.
List of articles to edit
Below is a list of articles that would benefit from edits and expansion (or to be created) during the edit-a-thon. They are listed by their Wikipedia quality grade, which tells you how robust the article is. We would love participants to suggest other articles related to women artists and social justice. You can do that here in advance or at the event.
Draft articles (need the most work):
- Patricia Lahatte (1917-2010) – newspaper executive and artist
- Alli Royce Soble (1973- ) – photographer, painter, and mixed media artist
- Carol Cunningham (1925-2013) – book artist and founder of Sunflower Press
- Ruth Laxson (1924- ) – book artist from Atlanta
- Ann Tyler (b. 1950s) – American book artist and professor
- Maureen Cummins (1963- ) – American book artist
- Karen Hanmer – American book artist
- Emily McVarish (1965- ) – American writer, deisgner, and book artist
- Robbin Ami Silverberg (b. 1960?) – American book artist
- Carolee Campbell (1936- ) – book artist, publisher, and photographer
- Stephanie Dowda – Atlanta-based artist
- Molly Rose Freeman (1985- ) – Atlanta-based artist
- Robin Bernat (1965- ) – Georgia artist and gallery owner
- 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
- 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
- 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
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