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Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thons are happening now around the world, from Atlanta to Yaoundé! CLICK HERE TO FIND ONE NEAR YOU! 
Create a Wikipedia account before you head to an edit-a-thon and watch one of our training videos! 


In addition to the Edit-a-thon at The Museum of Modern Art, New York City will play host to 20 Art+Feminism-related events throughout February, March and April to celebrate the fifth year of Art+Feminism. Amongst other institutions, edit-a-thons are being organized by No Longer Empty, Bard Graduate Center, Barnard College,  Black Lunch Table, Columbia University, CUNY Graduate Center, Interference Archive, The Jewish Museum, Kickstarter, Museum of the City of New York, School of Visual Arts Library and Triangle Art Association

Special programs in celebration of Art+Feminism’s fifth anniversary include: a panel on the representation of women in the Digital Era  at the Consulate General of France featuring Art+Feminism co-founders; and a program at MoMA PS1 as part of VW Sunday Sessions on April 1, entitled Past and Future Fictions, focused on radical archiving—both the preservation of politically potent content and the assertion of archiving as a radical act. Marking the culmination of the month-long Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon, the event brings together organizations including Black Lunch Table, Barnard Zine Library, Bluestockings, Radical Reference, NYC Trans Oral History Project, The GenderFail Archive Project & The ICP Library, and Pilot Press, who will fill the VW Dome with their archives and collaborate on short discussions covering practical and theoretical elements of their work, and what is needed to preserve and document underrepresented histories.
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