Simone Leigh, Cupboard IX, 2019. Stoneware, steel, and raffia, 78 × 60 × 80 inches (198.1 × 152.4 × 203.2 cm). Acquired through the generosity of Bridgitt and Bruce Evans and Fotene Demoulas and Tom Coté. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth, New York and Los Angeles. © Simone Leigh
In place of our annual Wikipedia Edit-a-thon event honoring Women’s History Month, we have created this digital space for people of all gender expressions to help close the information gap about gender, feminism, and the arts on the internet. Here, you’ll find resources to help you get started editing Wikipedia articles at your own pace. Let’s create a more inclusive presence on Wikipedia for female and nonbinary identifying artists!
— Sarah Hachey, Interpretive Media and Adult Education Coordinator
How to edit:
Art+Feminism resources on editing
Editing basics, available in the following languages:
Artists pages to edit + create
To track the collective edits as part of this month’s ICA Edit-a-thon campaign, click here enroll your Wikipedia account.
The following artists we recommend adding to their pages, using the attached articles to help build information to their pages. This is just a starting place for research into these artists, we encourage you to conduct your own research as well, while being mindful of Wikipedia’s recommendations of credible sources to reference.
- Collection item: Cupboard IX (2019)
The following artists have exhibited at the ICA in the past few years or are upcoming, and do not yet have pages on Wikipedia. If you feel confident to build out their page and create their presence on the website, we encourgae you to go for it!
Dell M Hamilton
Women in Red is a WikiProject addressing the current gender bias in Wikipedia content, the project being named after the hyperlinks in existing Wikipedia articles that display as red to show that the article does not yet exist on the website.
Other upcoming art spaces hosting virtual Edit-a-thons
Wednesday, March 31, 2021
10:15 – 11:45 AM