Wikipedia:Meetup/Cleveland/ArtAndFeminism 2015

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Event information

  • Date: 7 March 2015
  • Time: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Location: Kelvin Smith Library, Case Western Reserve University

Please bring a laptop and power cord with you! Also, please remember to bring your CWRU or other photo ID. KSL's ID policy for building access helps keep the library a safe and secure environment.
Lunch and refreshments will be served.


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Biographies to Create for Cleveland Women Artists

List of articles to edit

Resources for Editing

List of Articles Created or Worked On

  • List or Wikipedia articles attendees have created or worked to improve.
  • Cleveland Play House (added the names of all the female founders of CPH and noted the early connection between the Play House and the suffragist movement, in addition to adding other historical details about the Play House's origins; added references to histories of the Play House by Julia McCune Flory and Jeffrey Ullom)
  • April Gornik, expanded biography, added lists of one person exhibitions, group exhibitions, public collections