Art and Feminism (stylized as Art+Feminism) is an annual worldwide edit-a-thon to add content to Wikipedia about female artists.
A Malta edition was introduced by Alexandra Pace and Nicole Bearman at Blitz in Valletta in 2018, with support from Wikimedia Community Malta who integrated it into the annual Wiki Loves Art initiative.
In 2019, WCM made Art+Feminism an integral part of its annual Wiki Loves Art activities. See Wiki Loves Art 2019 for full details.
- see Wiki Loves Art 2018, which included Art+Feminism 2018
Workshop and edit-a-thon
- 8-9 March 2019: Art and Feminism 2019 in Malta
NOTE: you only need to do two things to participate fully in this Wikipedia editing workshop and edit-a-thon:
- CREATE A WIKIPEDIA USER ACCOUNT (if you don't already have one)
- Bring a laptop or wifi-enabled tablet device with you, if you have one
If you really want to get ahead of the curve, see Getting started on Wikipedia for more information.
- Goal for this session: To create and edit Wikipedia pages about women artists in Malta.
- Wikipedia:Maria de Dominici
- Wikipedia:Jean Zaleski
- Wikipedia:Isabelle Borg
- Wikipedia:Debbie Caruana Dingli
- Wikipedia:Women artists in Malta
- Friday 8 March
Light refreshments will be provided
Presentations by Nadette Xuereb, Caroline Tonna, Letta Shtohryn, Andrew Pace and Dr Tracy Prince.
- 3:30pm Start
- 6:30pm Session ends
- Saturday 9 March
- 10:00am Start
- 11:00am Artistic Director's tour of the exhibition (20 mins)
- 12:30pm Lunch break (30 mins)
- 4:00pm Session ends
- wikipedia:User:Lara Schembri
Wikipedia articles created during this event
- Rebecca Cremona
- Edward Caruana Dingli
- Roger de Giorgio
- Mortimer and de Giorgio
- Isabelle Barratt-Delia