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Improving Artist Diversity Edit-a-thon

One of the primary ways someone can quickly learn about art and artists is through Wikipedia. Our Edit-a-Thon will focus on improving or creating articles about contemporary artists with ties to the DMV area, particularly those about non-men and artists of color. This workshop will help students develop contact with their own art communities, writing skills, and a knowledge of Wikipedia policies.

When

Saturday, November 18, 2017 12PM-5PM

Where

American University
School of International Service, Room 333
4400 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC 20016

Register

This event is free and open to the public.
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Presentation[edit]

Improving Artist Diversity Edit-a-thon Presentation

Policies, Quick Tips and Other Wikimedia Resources[edit]

Article Work List[edit]

DC-area artists[edit]

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