Wikipedia:Oregon Arts Project
|Oregon Arts Project|
|Scope of the Oregon Arts Project. See also: Resources.|
The Oregon Arts Project, established in August 2013, is an effort to raise awareness about the existence, history, meaning and context of art in Oregon, and to develop detailed articles for individual artists, arts organizations and works. Other tasks completed by project members may involve geolocation, historical research, list creation or photography. The Oregon Arts Project serves as a task force for several WikiProjects, including WikiProject Oregon and WikiProject Public Art. Branches of the project include:
The project's Resources page is a repository for references, including links to local arts commissions.
- Wiki Loves Libraries 2013 – Crumpacker Family Library, Portland Art Museum (October 13, 2013)
- Art+Feminism 2014 – Neuberger Hall, Portland State University (February 1, 2014)
- Feminist Art – Fine Art Library, Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland, Oregon (April 19, 2014)
- Feminist and Queer Art – Independent Publishing Resource Center, Portland, Oregon (September 13, 2014)
- Art+Feminism 2015 – Crumpacker Family Library, Portland Art Museum (March 7, 2015)
- Art+Feminism 2016 – Architecture and Allied Arts Library, Lawrence Hall, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon (March 5, 2016)
- Art+Feminism 2016 – Yale Union (Yale Union Laundry Building), Portland, Oregon (March 5, 2016)
- Hallett, Alison (October 11, 2013). "Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon Aims to Improve Crowd-Sourced Local Arts Coverage". The Portland Mercury.
- Hallett, Alison (October 16, 2013). "Oregon Arts Project: A Wiki-Based Approach to Local Arts Coverage". The Portland Mercury.
- Hallett, Alison (January 15, 2014). "Wikipedia Arts + Feminism Edit-a-Thon". The Portland Mercury.
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