Wikipedia:Meetup/San Francisco/ArtAndFeminism 2017
|When and Where|
|Date||Friday, March 10, 2017|
|Time||3:00 pm – 7:00 pm|
|Address||California College of the Arts|
1111 8th Street
|City, State||San Francisco, CA 94107|
- 1 Event information
- 2 Participants - Sign Up!
- 3 Directions
- 4 List of articles to edit
- 5 Resources for editing
- 6 Articles created/improved
- 7 External links
Art+Feminism is a weekend-long event where people all over the world improve coverage of women and the arts on Wikipedia + encourage female editorship. You are invited to our edit-a-thon in San Francisco, and feel free to bring a friend! We will work together to improve articles on these themes. 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.
See List of articles to edit for some example topics, and you can also find your own topics to edit.
- Date: Friday, March 10, 2017
- Time: 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm (there will be presentations near the beginning especially for first-time editors, but you can stop by anytime during these hours and leave whenever you like)
- Location: California College of the Arts, Simpson Library, 1111 8th St, San Francisco, CA 94107
Childcare will be available! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the first names and number of children requiring care, their ages, and what time you plan on attending.
Participants - Sign Up!
Follow this link SF CCA A+F and sign up to help us learn more about how users interact with Wikipedia!
If you sign up, we can observe how your username uses the Wikimedia projects during and after this event. This will help us to better measure the effectiveness of this event and similar programs. This means that your publicly available activity and the information you share with us during this event may be processed by the Wikimedia Foundation, Art+Feminism, and the organizers of the local event, and may be transferred to or from the US and other countries that may not have the same level of privacy regulation that your country does. However, we will not share your information with third parties or publicly unless it's in aggregated or anonymized form.
Prior to the event:
- Do you have a Wikipedia User Name?
- No? Create a Wikipedia account
- Yes? Go to Step #2
- Sign up! Follow this link SF CCA A+F and first sign in with your Wikipedia User Name, by clicking the "Log in with Wikipedia" button, then, after logging in, clicking the purple "Join" button so that your name will be added to the Editors for CCA A+F 2017!
- Teri librari (talk)
- Jscarboro (talk)
- Phette23 (talk)
- esspertus (talk)
- pdeverak (talk)
- Circa73 (talk)
If you can't make it to Simpson Library in person, but would still like to participate, you are more than welcome to do so remotely. Follow this link SF CCA A+F and sign up! Once you are signed up you can click the "Assign myself an article" button to add articles you've worked on.
- Ambear13 (talk)
- Regrets I can't make it in person, bit too last minute to get out the office. Will help with clean up and wikidata :) Missvain (talk) 21:42, 3 March 2017 (UTC)
See the CCA website's directions for details and parking information.
By car from the East Bay:
- Cross the Bay Bridge (80 west)
- Take the 9th Street exit, turn left on 8th street, and get into the lane second from the left
- Turn left on Brannan, right on 7th Street, right on Irwin Street, and right on 8th Street
By car from the Peninsula/South:
- Take Highway 101 north
- Exit at Vermont Street and turn right on 16th Street, then left on Wisconsin
By car from Marin/North:
- Cross the Golden Gate Bridge
- Take the Lombard Street exit, turn right on Van Ness Avenue, cross Market Street, and continue on South Van Ness
- Turn left on 16th Street and left again on Wisconsin
CCA's San Francisco campus can be reached by one of a few BART stations:
- From 16th Street Mission, take the 55 bus east to 16th & Missouri
- From Civic Center, take the 19 bus south to 15th Street & Rhode Island
- From Montgomery, take the 10 bus south to 15th Street & Rhode Island
List of articles to edit
Below are lists of articles that would benefit from edits and expansion during the edit-a-thon. Please feel free to add to them!
- article, bio, library resource Design - article needs to be created, unique from the other Rachel Bergers
- article, article, library resource Architecture
- Lia Cook Fine Arts bio(Article created)
- Bella Feldman Fine Arts article, article, bio (Draft created)
- bio, book, library resource, Architecture
- article, article Design
- article, article, library resource, library resource (Draft created) Architecture
- article, article Fine Arts
- article, bio, book, library resource Design
- Lynda Grose Design library resource, library resource
- bio, bio Fine Arts
- library resource Architecture,
- Leigh Markopoulos Curatorial Practice, bio, article, library resource, library resource
- Nance O'Banion Bookarts bio, biolibrary resource
- bio, article Architecture
- Florence Resnikoff Fine Arts library resource (Article created)
- bio, article, bio (Draft created) Architecture,
- library resource Fine Arts,
- Elizabeth Sher Fine Arts, bio
- library resource Design,
- See the CCA Faculty and Alumni section
- See featured alumni library resource on the main CCA site
California Artists in WikiProject Women
- Amy Alexander artist and researcher working in audio/visual performance, interactive art and software art. UCSD Faculty, library resource
- Cecilia Alvarez San Diego based Chicana painter and muralist article
- Terry Berlier Bay area artist, whose work focuses on sound sculpture, ecology bio, bio
- Camille Billops LA based African-American sculptor, filmmaker, archivist, and printmaker, library resource
- Andrea Bowers Los Angeles-based American artist working in a variety of media, library resource
- Retta Davidson woman animator for Walt Disney Studios during the Golden Age of American animation, IMDB, resource
- Mary Fleener Los Angeles-based alternative comics artist, writer and musician, bio
- Sally Fletcher-Murchison American ceramic artist who was born in Sacramento, California in 1933, resource
- Trude Guermonprez San Francisco based German American textile artist and designer. Former Oakland College faculty, library resource
- Ann Hamilton (artist) known for large-scale multi-media installations, faculty of the UC Santa Barbara, library resource
- Barbara Hammer CA experimental filmmaker who deals with issues such as gender roles and lesbian relationships, resource, bio
- Hung Liu contemporay Chinese American painter. Retired Mills College faculty, library resource
- Jill Posener San Francisco based queer photographer, bio, book
- Alison Saar CA artist whose work explores themes of African cultural diaspora and spirituality, library resource
- Deborah Sussman LA based pioneer of environmental graphic design, library resource
Misc. non-biographies to create/expand
- Ad Hoc Women Artists Committee, resource, article
- Asian American Women Artists Association article, article
- Association of San Francisco Women Artists article
- Feminism & CO resource, resource
- Feminist Art Program created by Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro at the California Institute of the Arts in Valencia, California, in 1971, library resource (Expanded)
- Heath Ceramics - company founded by a woman artist that could use more about her work on the company. (Expanded)
- List of feminist art critics
- Women Artists Visibility Front (WAVE), resource, library resource
- Art and Feminism Tasks
- Stub-class Women Artists Articles
- Wikipedia:WikiProject Women artists/San Francisco artists
Resources for editing
- Art+Feminism resources
- Gender gap resources
- Want to upload an image to use in an article? If it's a copyrighted image (such as an image of an artist's work taken from the artist's website): Upload on Wikipedia and follow the non-free content instructions. If it's a free-to-reuse image (such as a Creative Commons "BY" or "BY-SA" licensed photo of the artist): Upload on Wikimedia Commons.
As you work on or create articles, please add them here so we can track how successful this event was! Simply add a list item with your article under the appropriate section, signing it with your username (four tildes in a row in wiki markup "~~~~") if you so choose.
- Your article here!
- Your article here!
- Your draft here!
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