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Art Students League Archive Edit-a-thon with Smithsonian American Art and Portrait Gallery Library

Art Students League of New York
Wikipedia is an openly editable resource, meaning that you can improve the quality and accuracy of Wikipedia entries. As one of the web’s most visited reference sites, Wikipedia serves as a starting point for many individuals looking to learn about art, artists and art history.
During this training, attendees will learn the basics of how to edit Wikipedia by updating articles related to the Art Students League of New York. Librarians from the Smithsonian American Art Museum and Portrait Gallery will provide access to a large archive of reference material that was recently donated by the Art Students League of New York.

when

September 29, 2017 10AM-2PM

where

The Victor Building
750 9th Street NW, #2100
Washington, D.C. 20001
http://library.si.edu/libraries/aapg
The AA/PG branch of the Smithsonian Libraries is not in the main American Art and Portrait Gallery Museum building—the Victor Building is one block north.
Photo ID and pre-registration for the event are required.

View Full Presentation[edit]

Slides Art Students League Archive Edit-a-thon WMDC and American Art and Portrait Gallery Library-Smithsonian

About the Archive[edit]

Citing AA/PG Materials[edit]

When citing materials found in the AA/PG Art & Artist Files, please include:

[Specific Artist Name, i.e. Gilbert Stuart] Art & Artist File, Smithsonian American Art Museum/National Portrait Gallery Library, Smithsonian Libraries, Washington D.C. [date consulted]

Hyperlinks to many of these artists can be found here: https://library.si.edu/art-and-artist-files

George Grosz Art & Artist File, Smithsonian American Art Museum/National Portrait Gallery Library, Smithsonian Libraries, Washington D.C., Consulted 9/29/2017

Policies, Quick Tips and Other Wikimedia Resources[edit]

Worklists[edit]

Special Requests: Faculty and Alumni (See additional Faculty/Alumni below)[edit]

If you are new to editing, we recommend starting with existing articles (blue links). Additional blue links can be found in Faculty/Alumni.

Faculty and Alumni[edit]

Note: In many cases, faculty members are also alumni.

Stub Articles: What is a Stub article? Read more bout the article grading system...

Start-class Articles: What is a Start-class article? Read more bout the article grading system...

Additional Articles About Art Students League Faculty[edit]

Articles by Category (Each category contains multiple articles)

Outcomes[edit]

Articles created[edit]

Articles improved[edit]

Ernest Lee Major
Peter Golfinopoulos
Richard Mayhew
Xavier Gonzalez
Jacob Kainen
Harry Siddons Mowbray - expanded, added citation
Felrath Hines - fixed citation
Vaclav Vytlacil - expanded, added Wikidata infobox

Other Possible Sources[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sigmund Abeles sifts the psyche through drawings, prints". MLive.com. 
  2. ^ ""Sigmund Abeles: The Artist and His Prints" opens". Bates.edu. 
  3. ^ "Barbara Adrian, Artist, Is Bride". The New York Times. July 27, 1972. 
  4. ^ "Barbara Adrian (1931–2014)". Linea: The Artist's Voice. February 19, 2014. 
  5. ^ McGloughlin, Kate (March 24, 2011). "An Angeloch sky: Beloved artist passes on". Hudson Valley Times. 
  6. ^ "Robert Angeloch 1922 - 2011". Woodstock School of Art. 
  7. ^ Flanagan, Sharyn (July 4, 2012). "WSA opens retrospective of works by founder Robert Angeloch". Ulster Publishing. Hudson Valley 1. 
  8. ^ "Bill Behnken". Art Students League of New York. 
  9. ^ Jenkins, Mark (August 30, 2014). "In the galleries: A meeting of lines in art and architecture". The Washington Post. 
  10. ^ "ARNOLD BLANCH (1896-1968)". D, Wigmore Fine Art. 
  11. ^ "Arnold Blanch". Cooper Hewitt. 
  12. ^ "Louis Bosa: A Keen Eye and a Kind Heart". Michener Art Museum. 
  13. ^ "Oral history interview with Peter Busa, 1965 September 5". Archives of American Art. 
  14. ^ "BEN CUNNINGHAM, ARTIST, DIES AT 71". The New York Times. 
  15. ^ "Ben Cunningham". Online Nevada Encyclopedia. 
  16. ^ "William Gambini: Abstract expressionist ran with greats". The San Diego Union Tribune. 
  17. ^ "Leonid Gervits". The Art Student League of New York. 
  18. ^ "ART IN REVIEW; Shirley Goldfarb". The New Times. 
  19. ^ Chanzit, Gwen F.; Marter, Joan M. (2016). Women of Abstract Expressionism. New Haven: Yale University Press. p. 178. 
  20. ^ "Xavier Gonzalez, 94, Painter and Sculptor". The New York Times. 
  21. ^ "John Groth Dies at 80; Illustrator and Teacher". The New York Times. 
  22. ^ Strugath, Warren (January 6, 2017). "Judith and Gerson Leiber: 70 Years of Marriage, Fashion and Art". The New York Times. 
  23. ^ "Oral history interview with Julian E. Levi, 1968 Oct.-Dec". Archives of American Art. 
  24. ^ "JULIAN LEVI, PAINTER, WAS 81; ALSO AN INSTRUCTOR AND CRITIC". The New York Times. 
  25. ^ "Jean Liberte Papers". Syracuse University Libraries. Syracuse University. 
  26. ^ "Edward Melcarth, Artist Taught at Schools Here". The New York Times. December 16, 1973. 
  27. ^ "Edward Millman". Chicagomodern.org. 
  28. ^ "Leo Manso Dies; Collagist, Painter And Teacher, 78". The New York Times. February 9, 1993. 
  29. ^ "Guide to the Irene Rice Pereira Papers 1928-1971" (PDF). National Museum of Women in the Arts. 
  30. ^ "MORRIS KANTOR, ARTIST, 77, DEAD". The New York Times. 
  31. ^ "http://www.nytimes.com/1993/06/17/obituaries/sheldon-keck-83-pioneer-in-the-field-of-art-conservation.html?mcubz=3". The New York Times.  External link in |title= (help)
  32. ^ "Catherine Redmond: An Interview". LINEA. 
  33. ^ "Ephraim Rubenstein". Columbia University. 
  34. ^ "Oral history interview with Ludwig Sander, 1969 February 4-12". Archives of American Art. 
  35. ^ GRACE, GLUECK. [Ludwig Sander, Artist, Dead; Noted for HIS Cool Abstracts "Ludwig Sander, Artist, Dead; Noted for HIS Cool Abstracts"] Check |url= value (help). The New York Times. 
  36. ^ "Long Overlooked New York School Painter Edith Schloss Rediscovered at Sundaram Tagore". artsy.net. 
  37. ^ Micchelli, Thomas. "Forever Young: The Rapturous Art of Edith Schloss". hyperallergic.com. 
  38. ^ "Sidney Simon, Sculptor, 80; Founded School". The New York Times. 
  39. ^ "Arnold Singer". Cornell.edu. 
  40. ^ "5 shares Clyde Singer's art retrospective worth a trip to Canton, Youngstown". Cleveland.com. 
  41. ^ "NILES SPENCER (1893–19". The Phillips Collection. 
  42. ^ "Obituaries : Henry Strater, 91; Artist at Center of Lost Generation". The New York TImes. 
  43. ^ "Elizabeth Strong-Cuevas". The East Hampton Star. 
  44. ^ "Hilda Terry, 92, Cartoonist and Scoreboard Artist". The New York Sun. 
  45. ^ "HOWARD TRAFTOH, ART TEACHER,DIES". The New York Times. 
  46. ^ "Vaclav Vytlacil, Artist; Began Abstract Group". The New York Times. July 11, 1984. 

Attendees[edit]