Wikipedia:Meetup/Saskatoon/ArtAndFeminism December 5th 2015

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Saskatoon Art+Feminism Edit-A-Thon
When and Where

The Wikipedia training and Edit-a-thon will take place in

Event information

  • December 5th, 2015
  • 11am to 4pm
  • at The Gallery at Frances Morrison Central Library, 311 - 23rd St. E.

Please bring a laptop with you!


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List of articles to edit

The organizers have created a list of Canadian women sound artists who have contributed to the artistic landscape and we'll have some research materials on hand at the event, but community suggestions are also welcome. Thanks to those who have been contributing artists' names to the meetup page! We sincerely hope to cultivate an inclusive list that can be used in the future as well.

Sound Artists:

  • Anna Friz
  • Marla Hlady
  • Chantal Dumas
  • Nicole Lizee
  • Eve Egoyan
  • Allison Cameron
  • Ann Southam
  • Annie Martin
  • Diane Bourgogne
  • Diane Landry
  • Laura Kavanaugh
  • Nancy Tobin
  • Sarah Peebles
  • Hildegard Westerkamp
  • Norma Beecroft
  • Eleanor King

Other artists:

Resources for Editing

List of Edited or Newly Created Articles

Stay tuned and we will add the articles we worked on during the event, here on the Meetup page.