This event is virtual and held on Zoom. Advanced registration required and space is limited.

Learn to edit Wikipedia and increase the digital visibility of contemporary artists who research, analyze, and reflect on ideas of democracy in their art. Novice and seasoned Wikipedia editors are welcome to participate in this virtual statewide Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon focusing on the wellbeing of all people living in the U.S. as we’re faced with pressing questions around democracy and the democratic process.

Pre-recorded training session will be available at any time throughout the day.


For additional assistance, please attend one of the following live sessions for questions and guidance:

Edit-a-thon sessions

Drop in at any time as virtual training sessions will be offered throughout the day.

Link to program on Zoom

12 – 12:30 PM | Welcome remarks

1 – 1:30 PM | Drop-in / Ask an editor!

2 – 2:30 PM | Drop-in / Ask an editor!

3 – 3:30 PM | Drop-in / Ask an editor

4 – 4:30 PM | Drop-in / Ask an editor + Closing remarks

5:30 – 7 PM | Join us after for a virtual drawing-from-observation workshop hosted by Boston artist Evelyn Rydz. Learn more

Are there access accommodations that would be useful to help you fully participate in this program (e.g. captioning, ASL, post-program transcript)? Let us know at

For other questions, please email Interpretive Media and Adult Education Coordinator Sarah Hachey:

This event is in partnership with the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum and the MassArt Art Museum.