Wikipedia:Meetup/Columbus/ArtAndFeminism 2016

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Wikipedia Connection's
Art+Feminism Edit-A-Thon at
Ohio State University
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When and Where
DateSaturday, March 5, 2016
Time1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
AddressOhio State University
Central Colloquium Space
3rd floor
18th Avenue Library
175 West 18th Avenue
City, StateColumbus, OH 43210

Please join Wikipedia Connection, a student organization at the Ohio State University, for a fun, inclusive one-day event that brings together diverse communities to create and improve Wikipedia articles related to women in the arts. Despite its wide reach, Wikipedia suffers from a severe gender imbalance: since most editors are men, articles conform to men's interests and perspectives. In an effort to change this, we are gathering diverse women and allies together to celebrate women's cultural achievements and discuss openly ongoing challenges caused by structural sexism

Learn more about the gender gap at WikiProject Women and Gender Bias on Wikipedia, and learn more about the Art+Feminism campaign on their page.

Food, refreshments, and raffle prizes will be available. Please take a few seconds to RSVP, either here or by signing your name in the section below. Anyone with an interest in the cause and editing is welcome to join - no prior editing experience is required! Please be aware of our Safe Space Policy.

Event information[edit]

  • Date: Saturday, March 5, 2016
  • Time: 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
  • Location: Central Colloquium Space (3rd floor) of the 18th Avenue Library, Ohio State University, 175 West 18th Avenue, Columbus, OH 43210
  • Information for Non-OSU Wikipedians
  • Who should participate:
    • Everyone is welcome! While this event takes place on campus and is run by a university student organization, you do not have to be affiliated with the Ohio State University to attend. We welcome students, faculty, staff, and Wikipedians from all around the area to join us, regardless of skill level. Women are particularly encouraged to attend, along with anyone with a background, focus, or interest in art (painting, writing, culture, etc.).
  • What to expect:
    • The event will begin with a presentation of Wikipedia's gender-inbalance, and a quick guide to editing. This is a casual drop-in event. Participants are encouraged to stay for as long as they wish. Food, snacks, and refreshments will be provided, along with some goodies.
    • No Wikipedia editing experience necessary; tutorials will be provided for Wikipedia newcomers. If you are unfamiliar with Wikipedia, it's easy to get started with this guided tutorial. Experienced editors will be providing help with editing throughout the event.
  • Cost: Free (please register below!)
  • Hosts: Wikipedia Connection organizers with support from Ohio State's Libraries
  • Social media hashtag: #ArtAndFeminism
  • Please bring a laptop with you!

List of articles to edit/create[edit]

See the Art+Feminism Tasks List and stub-class women artist articles for lists of articles to create or improve.

We have also selected a few artists related to Columbus whose articles may be improved:

Resources for editing[edit]

Editing resources[edit]

Research resources[edit]

University resources[edit]

MoMA resources[edit]

Outcomes[edit]

Articles improved[edit]

Alphabetical by first letter

  1. Aisha Tyler -- Wintonc7 (talk)
  2. Ann Hamilton (artist) -- LilNors (talk), Rbkca (talk), Roffletcher (talk)
  3. Anselme Payen Award -- AddisWang (talk)
  4. Body Positive Movement -- DoctorKat (talk)
  5. Cass Bird -- DoctorKat (talk)
  6. Chang-Jin Lee -- Shftin2gear (talk)
  7. Cree Summer -- Shftin2gear (talk)
  8. El Anatsui -- Bampirequeen (talk)
  9. Feminist aesthetics -- DoctorKat (talk)
  10. Feminist art -- Roffletcher (talk)
  11. Feminist art criticism -- DoctorKat (talk)
  12. Frances Stark -- Roffletcher (talk)
  13. Guerrilla Girls -- Rbkca (talk)
  14. It Is Almost That -- SuperHamster (talk)
  15. Jane Dyer -- DoctorKat (talk)
  16. Kim Soo-kyung (weightlifter) -- AddisWang (talk)
  17. List of Carnegie Mellon University people -- Rimmel.Edits (talk)
  18. Mary Jo Bole -- Roomtempera (talk)
  19. Mary Lucier -- LilNors (talk), SuperHamster (talk)
  20. Mother Reader: Essential Writings on Motherhood -- SuperHamster (talk)
  21. Patricia Fernández -- Rbkca (talk), SuperHamster (talk)
  22. Ree Morton -- Roffletcher (talk)
  23. Sue Fuller -- Rimmel.Edits (talk)
  24. Sumalee Montano -- ReganEdits (talk), Shftin2gear (talk)
  25. Texas House of Representatives -- LilNors (talk)
  26. Wang Zhizhen -- SuperHamster (talk)
  27. Women's Action Coalition -- DoctorKat (talk)
  28. Zhang Lina -- SuperHamster (talk)

Articles created[edit]

Alphabetical by first letter

  1. Chen Aichan -- AddisWang (talk)
  2. It Is Almost That -- Roffletcher (talk)
  3. Mother Reader: Essential Writings on Motherhood -- Roffletcher (talk)
  4. Patricia Fernández -- Rbkca (talk)
  5. Sadie Lee -- Shftin2gear (talk)
  6. Zhang Lina -- AddisWang (talk)

Images uploaded[edit]

  1. Davey Mother Reader Cover.jpg -- Roffletcher (talk)
  2. It Is Almost That cover.jpg -- Roffletcher (talk)

Gallery[edit]

Participants[edit]

15 participants, 6 of which were attending a Wikipedia Connection event for the first time.

  1. AddisWang (talk · contribs)
  2. Bampirequeen (talk · contribs)
  3. DoctorKat (talk · contribs)
  4. IronSphere97 (talk · contribs)
  5. LilNors (talk · contribs)
  6. OvercastKing (talk · contribs)
  7. Rbkca (talk · contribs)
  8. ReganEdits (talk · contribs)
  9. Rimmel.Edits (talk · contribs)
  10. Roffletcher (talk · contribs)
  11. Roomtempera (talk · contribs)
  12. Shftin2gear (talk · contribs)
  13. SuperHamster (talk · contribs)
  14. Wintonc7 (talk · contribs)
  15. Wrafter.1 (talk · contribs)

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