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What you need to know to participate in the Wikipedia: Art + Feminism Event at Cornell

Librarian

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Marsha Taichman
Contact:
Fine Arts Library
306 Rand Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853
(607) 255-6718
met228@cornell.edu
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Subjects:Art

Librarian

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Susette Newberry
Contact:
Working remotely for
Cornell University
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Subjects:Art

Event information

Image: art and feminism logo against rainbow background with "I edited" slogan

Date: Friday, March 6, 2020

Time: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Location: Cornell University, Olin Library, Room 107 (the CoLab)

OR ONLINE ANYTIME UNTIL MARCH 31

Please sign in first using the tab above

 

Please bring a laptop with you!

Hashtags: 

#cornellartfem #artandfeminism

@hfjmuseum @OlinLib @Cornell_Library

 

Help us improve the coverage of women in the arts at the Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon at Cornell! For just half an hour or for the whole day, you can pitch in through different ways: Write an entry, add a footnote, translate text, upload images, or look up information for others. You can also just cheer us on and get the buzz going on social media.

Everyone is welcome—no matter your gender, and regardless of experience with editing. Unfamiliar with Wikipedia? We’ll walk you through. Can’t bring a laptop or tablet? Use one of ours. If you already have women artists, writers, or performers in mind (whether cis-, transgender, or non-binary), great! If you don’t, just pick from our list.

Museum staff

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Brittany Rubin
Contact:
Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art
114 Central Avenue
Ithaca, NY
14850
607-254-7231
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