Wikipedia:Meetup/San Francisco/Art+Feminism@SFAI 2017
Dangerous Women (Blaze of Glory) by Divya Mehra // This artwork was produced for the inaugural Art+Feminism Call to Action Art Commission (2017)
|When and Where|
|Date||Saturday March 25th, 2017|
|Address||Walter and McBean Galleries, San Francisco Art Institute, 800 Chestnut Street Google maps view|
|City, State||San Francisco, CA 94133|
|Hashtag||#sfaieditAF Please include this hashtag in your edit summary so we can track outcomes in real time with Wikipedia Social Search|
Art+Feminism is an international campaign to improve content on women and the arts on Wikipedia and encourage female editorship and participation in the online encyclopedia. San Francisco Art Institute is hosting a special satellite edit-a-thon in the Walter and McBean Galleries, currently home to A Living Thing, an installation by the artist Mel Ziegler. Throughout its run, A Living Thing offers a sanctuary for conversations, performances, debate, and acts of solidarity and resistance—through an open mic during all gallery hours, and an open call to anyone in the local community who wishes to contribute to the life represented by the flag.
By taking this installation as its stage and platform, this event celebrates the “open mic” dimension of Wikipedia, and is a chance to put the diverse and specialized resources of the adjacent Anne Bremer Memorial Library to use as reference material for building up Wikipedia content on topics related to art and feminism.
On Saturday, March 25th, 2017, we will come together to share and grow knowledge about art, feminism, diversity, and Wikipedia; working together to improve articles and contribute to discussions relating to these topics.
People with no Wikipedia editing experience are welcome; there will be experienced editors who can help you get started and answer all of your questions. Experienced Wikipedians are also welcome to come learn more about contemporary art, contribute to Wikipedia, and help others to become involved.
- 1 Event details
- 2 Schedule (tentative)
- 3 Who should attend
- 4 What to bring
- 5 Participants - Sign Up Here!
- 6 Getting here
- 7 Suggested articles to create/improve
- 7.1 Comprehensive lists of articles missing/needing improvement
- 7.2 Organizations, galleries, groups, institutions, and bars related to San Francisco
- 7.3 Artists
- 7.4 Artists - SFAI Faculty + Alumni
- 7.5 (Art) education
- 7.6 Movements and types of art
- 7.7 Intersection of feminism and art
- 7.8 Art History
- 7.9 Past Meetup Articles
- 7.10 Links, Portals, Categories & Templates
- 8 See also
- 9 Resources for Editing
- 10 Articles created/improved
- 11 Gallery
- 12 Stay connected - Projects + Local Meetups
- 13 Regards
- Location: Walter and McBean Galleries, San Francisco Art Institute, 800 Chestnut Street, San Francisco, CA 94133
- Date: Saturday, March 25th, 2017
- Time: 1-5pm
If you can, please bring a laptop and power cord with you! Otherwise we will have a few available.
The SFAI / Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon is organized by SFAI Exhibitions and Public Programs, led by Katie Hood Morgan, Assistant Curator and Exhibitions Manager, and Niki Korth (nikikana), Manager of Graduate Administration. Presented in collaboration with CODE (Committee on Diversity and Equity), SFAI Student Affairs, and SFAI Library and Archives, and with support from Bay Area Wikimedians.
We will begin with two short introductory presentations, of special interest to new editors, but you can stop by anytime during these hours and leave whenever you like. Experienced editors will be available throughout to help answer any questions for newcomers. Reference materials from the SFAI Library and refreshments will be available all day.
- 1:00 PM-ish: Introductory presentations
- Long-time Wikipedian Britta Gustafson (Dreamyshade) explains how and why to edit.
- Wikipedia is big, and getting bigger with the help of editors like you. Mahmoud Hashemi will briefly introduce a few ready-made tools that enable experienced editors to organize their efforts and maximize their impact.
- 1:45-4:30 PM: Work time!
- 3:00-3:30 PM: Lightning talks in the upstairs gallery - open mic for short talks, conversations about Wiki life. (Or feel free to keep working downstairs).
- 4:30 PM: Round-robin discussion on what we worked on, what we learned and what inspired us
- 5:00 PM: End. Thank you for joining!
Who should attend
People of all gender identities and expressions. Please ask your fellow attendees for their pronouns of choice, and be aware of our Safe Space Policy. Children are welcome and SFAI and the organizers will support children, parents, and caregivers to the best of our ability. We ask all participants to be supportive of kids, parents, and caregivers wherever they are, as we do not discourage them from attending the event.
The Walter and McBean Galleries are accessible to wheelchair users. An accessible ramp is located at the main entrance on Chestnut Street between Jones and Leavenworth. Reserved disabled parking is available in our Francisco Street lot by prior arrangement. Please email email@example.com to reserve or with any questions related to ADA accessibility.
What to bring
Please bring your laptop, power cord, and ideas for articles that need updating or creation. For the editing-averse, we urge you to stop by to show your support and learn about Wikipedia. If you do not already have a Wikipedia user account, please create one before you arrive (you can do so here). Please also take a moment to familiarize yourself with the Safe Space Policy
Participants - Sign Up Here!
If you have a Wikipedia account, simply sign your name by typing four tildes "~~~~". If you don't have an account, just write your name below (though it is recommended that you create a user account in advance of the event - create one here!).
You can also mark yourself as "interested" or "going" on the Facebook event, to help you share the event with your friends.
Participants / Attendees
- Nikikana (talk) 09:09, 22 February 2017 (UTC)
- Dreamyshade (talk) 03:31, 23 February 2017 (UTC)
- Monica Westin (will update when I have set up a Wikipedia account)
- pdeverak (talk)
- Ashleymquinn (talk) 01:22, 12 March 2017 (UTC)
- KatieHood (talk) 20:25, 14 March 2017 (UTC)
- Supermrin (talk) 20:26, 14 March 2017 (UTC)
- Lioneatsgrass (talk) 20:27, 14 March 2017 (UTC)
- Clealm (talk) 20:10, 15 March 2017 (UTC)
- Dyovino (talk) 02:11, 19 March 2017 (UTC)
- Crawfordcommaliz (talk) 05:59, 24 March 2017 (UTC)
- Davido242_1 (talk) 08:32, 25 March 2017 (UTC)
- Nobhillary (talk) 20:36, 25 March 2017 (UTC)
- Kaixo Agur (talk) 14:16 25 March 2017 (UTC)
- User:Katina Huston
- LilyOfTheWest (talk) 21:52, 25 March 2017 (UTC)
- —Neil P. Quinn (talk) 22:23, 25 March 2017 (UTC)
- User: Katiis
- Jens-hence (talk) 22:38, 25 March 2017 (UTC)
Virtual / Remote participants
If you cannot join in person but would like to edit with us remotely, please sign below and also make sure to log in to our program page on Dashboard on the day of whilst you edit:
- Jscarboro (talk) 14:40, 18 March 2017 (UTC)
- StrayBolt (talk) 17:37, 24 March 2017 (UTC)
- AnyKelley (talk) 20:05, 25 March 2017 (UTC)
The 30 Stockton bus intersects with BART and many major bus and subway lines throughout the city. There is a bus stop at the intersection of Columbus Avenue and Chestnut Street. The main entrance is 1.5 blocks up Chestnut Street. Visitors can also take the Embarcadero Trolley to the corner of Beach and Jones Streets. For more information please visit www.sfmta.com.
SFAI is located in a residential neighborhood, and two-hour parking is available on all of the streets immediately surrounding the school. Parking is limited and public transportation is highly recommended. To plan a trip using public transportation, please visit www.511.org.
Suggested articles to create/improve
Feel free to add more to this list! Yes, you!
Comprehensive lists of articles missing/needing improvement
- List of stub articles about paintings by women - these need expansion
- Black Lunch Table's list of Visual artists of the African Diaspora who are under-represented on Wikipedia (many of whom are women)
- Women writers missing articles
- List of gender-gap related subjects missing from Wikipedia
- List of indigenous women missing from the English Wikipedia or with articles needing improvement
- Gender Gap of notable women with links to other language Wikipedia articles; sorted by topics and nationality
- Wikipedia:WikiProject Women artists/San Francisco artists
- Asian American Women Artists Association - Expand and add references. Potential references:    . (4 views/day)
- Femina Potens Art Gallery - Copyedit for neutral language and add references. Potential references: news search. (5 views/day)
- Galería de la Raza - Add references. Potential references: news search + Mission Local tag. (6 views/day)
- The Lexington Club#Closing and response - Add recent news with references. (7 views/day)
- San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band - Add references, improve reference formatting, organize information, copyedit for neutral tone, add photo (or this photo). Potential references:   . (4 views/day)
- Kathy Acker - Remove original research and add references. (178 views/day)
- Renée Cox - Add inline references. (28 views/day)
- Karen Finley - Copyedit for neutral tone, add photo (such as one from this set ). (98 views/day)
- Dora García - Add references and copyedit. (8 views/day)
- Sonia Gechtoff - Add inline references. (11 views/day)
- Debora Iyall - Add references. (64 views/day)
- Nina Katchadourian - Add references. (12 views/day)
- Marisa Olson - Review and integrate edits suggested by the subject at Talk:Marisa Olson#Sandbox for Requested Edits Dec 1st 2016. (7 views/day)
- Clare Rojas - Organize sections and copyedit for neutral tone. (13 views/day)
- Dori Seda - Add references and organize sections. (9 views/day)
- Yoko Ono - Add more information about Cut Piece (4,369 views/day)
Artists - SFAI Faculty + Alumni
Articles to Improve
- Flo Allen - very short article, add more information from reliable sources
- Grace McCann Morley - copyedit, add incline citations
- Jermayne MacAgy - Add inline citations
- Addie Kent - expand article, it's a stub
- Ruth-Marion Baruch - Very short article, add more information from reliable sources
- Gerry Sharpe, the photographer, not this Gerry Sharpe, the footballer - If you create the page for Gerry Sharpe, the photographer, you will have to create some disambiguation between these two articles. To start, maybe seek out the book Gerry Sharpe, Sun and Shade: A Photographer's Story by Gretchen Garner
- Anne Bremer - Break up Life section, add more information from reliable sources
- Gunvor Nelson - Add inline citations
- Mildred Howard - Add more information about her work, beyond the quotations
- Linda Montano - Organize sections, break Work section into subsections
- Bernice Bing - Organize sections, add to currently empty Impact and Legacy section
- Deborah Remington - Add inline citations, additional citations (some sections don't cite any sources)
- Bonnie Sherk - Very short article, add more information from reliable sources
- Sharon Grace - Organize sections, perhaps break up long section on Send/Receive into sub-sections
- Mary Lovelace O'Neal - short article, add more information from reliable sources
- Paule Anglim - Very short article, add more information from reliable sources
- Iona Brown - add more info, ref 1
- Louise Dahl-Wolfe - expand
- Laura Kipnis - add more info
- Alicia McCarthy - add more info, ref 1
- Nao Bustamante - add more inline citations, needs verifications from reliable sources
- Barbara Stauffacher Solomon - this article is a stub - please help expand it!
Articles to Create
- Susan Cervantes - ref 1; once existent, link to this article from the Precita Eyes article
- Beatrice Judd Ryan - in 1959 she published the essay The Rise of Modern Art in the Bay Area
- Nell Sinton - Possible references: SFGate Obituary, Catalog from her 30 year retrospective at Mills in 1981 
- Ruth Braunstein - Possible reference: Obituary in SFGate
- Cornelia Schulz - ref 1
- Jeanie Weiffenbach - also a member of the Criss-Cross art cooperative, which was in Boulder, Colorado in the 1970s (so not SF but it is in the West!) And that article lacks inline citations and needs additional citations for verification..
- Irène Pijoan - ref 1
- Zana Bayne - ref 1
- Karen Topakian - ref 1
- Connie Hatch - ref 1, ref 2
- Xylor Jane - ref 1, ref 2
- Anti-bias curriculum (37 views/day) - add more sources, especially in-line citations
- Queer pedagogy (8 views/day) - add more sources, especially in-line citations; break into sections
- Visual arts education (131 views/day) - add information from more countries, especially outside the so-called West
Movements and types of art
These need more references, images (adding images is very helpful!), and assessment for accurate and balanced coverage of contributions from women artists
- Institutional Critique (48 views/day) - add more precise citations
- Appropriation (art) (252 views/day)
- Chicano art movement (67 views/day)
- Feminist art (124 views/day)
- Folk art (335 views/day)
- Installation art (461 views/day)
- Nakshi kantha#Influence of religion and folk belief - Assess whether this empty section should be filled out or deleted. (91 views/day)
- Outsider art (583 views/day)
- Video Art (242 views/day)
Intersection of feminism and art
- Chicana feminism#Chicana art - Expand section. (79 views/day)
- Feminist art criticism - Expand lead section. (28 views/day)
- Feminist art movement in the United States - Expand 2010s section. (42 views/day)
- Identity politics#Art and culture - Assess whether this section should be expanded beyond two sentences or improved in another way. (1484 views/day)
- Native American feminism - Organize and copyedit for neutral tone. (16 views/day)
Articles to Create
Past Meetup Articles
Links, Portals, Categories & Templates
Add and improve links to new and existing articles.
- Stub-class Women Artists Articles
- Wikipedia:WikiProject Women artists/San Francisco artists
Resources for Editing
General Wikipedia, how to edit resources
- Wikipedia cheetsheet - quick guide to Wiki markup for text formatting, etc. and various templates!
- Beginners’ Guide to Wikipedia (account creation, article editing)
- Five Pillars of Wikipedia
- How to Edit a Page
- How to add images to an article
- Article Development
- Your First Article (using the Article Wizard if you wish)
- Manual of Style
Art and Feminism, Gender Gap resources
Please make sure to log in to Dashboard while you are editing and your edits will be automatically tracked. Following the event, we will update this section with details of the outcomes, as per that data.
- Andi Irwin
- Andrea Geyer
- Carol Armstrong
- Carolla Zap
- Corine Schleif
- Draft:Chely Lima
- Gertrude Murphy
- Gloria Feman Orenstein
- Hilary Robinson (scholar)
- Laurie Reid
- Melinda Nadj Abonji
- Nina Felshin
- Paul Lewin
- Power to the People: Black Panthers at 50
- Sadie Barnette
- Siona Tagger
- Xylor Jane
- Alicia McCarthy - Expanded information about her work.
- Ana Mendieta - Added context.
- Asian American Women Artists Association - Expanded information.
- Barbara Stauffacher Solomon - Added list of books.
- Clare Rojas - Expanded information.
- Derek Walcott - Added information.
- Doris Salcedo - Added link.
- Dorothy Lee Bolden - Expanded information.
- Edythe Boone - Added infobox and expanded information about work.
- Florence Wysinger Allen - Added image and expanded information.
- Grace Morley - Expanded information, links, and references.
- Installation art - Added art by women to image gallery.
- Iona Brown - Improved links.
- Joyce J. Scott - Added information.
- The Lexington Club - Updated post-closing information.
- Laci Green - Expanded information.
- Linda Montano - Added section subheadings to organize article.
- Lorraine O'Grady - Added information about education.
- Nao Bustamante - Expanded list of exhibitions.
- Native American feminism - Expanded information.
- Nina Katchadourian - Expanded information.
- Ruth-Marion Baruch - Added references and more information about work.
- Sharon Grace - Improved formatting.
- Sybil Gibson - Added reference.
- User:Gobonobo/Gender Gap red list#Winemakers - Added list of women winemakers without articles.
- User:Davido242 1
- User:Jeff Gunderson
- User:Kaixo Agur
- User:Rebecca prints
Stay connected - Projects + Local Meetups
- WikiProject Women artists, a project dedicated to coverage of biographies of women artists and their works
- Wikipedia:Meetup/San Francisco - information about the SF Bay Area Wikipedia community and other upcoming area events
- Wikipedia:Meetup/San Francisco/Invite - add your name to this list to receive notifications about upcoming events in the SF Bay Area
- Wiki Loves Monuments - information about the upcoming 2017 iteration of Wikimedia's annual public photo competition around cultural heritage monuments
- Slides from the Wiki Loves Monuments presentation shared by LilyOfTheWest at the event can be found here!