Contemporary British Women Artists Editathon 24.11.18

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Wikipedia Editathon: Contemporary British Women Artists - In a nutshell

  • Where?: The Fruitmarket Gallery, 45 Market Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1DF
  • When?: Saturday 24 November, 12:30 - 17:30
  • Cost: Free
  • Hashtag#fmgevents
  • How do I sign up?: Book via Eventbrite
Our last Fruitmarket Editathon in November 2017
The Fruitmarket Gallery, 45 Market Street, Edinburgh

About the Event[edit | edit source]

Bring your laptop and help us improve the gender gap online, inspired by our recent exhibitions by British artists Jacqueline Donachie, Tacita Dean and Emma Hart. No previous Wikipedia editing experience required as Sara Thomas (Scotland Programme Coordinator for Wikimedia UK) will teach us the essential digital editing skills.

We Can Edit

How do I prepare?[edit | edit source]

Wikipedia has help pages which set out style guidelines for pages being created on certain subject areas. Please have a look at the following pages:

Wikipedia’s Women in Red project aims to increase the visibility of women of note on Wikipedia. Advice about creating women’s biographies can be found via the Women in Red page.

Programme[edit | edit source]

Lunch and refreshments provided.

  • 12:30pm Welcome and tour of Emma Hart exhibition
  • 1pm Wikipedia training with Sara Thomas
  • 2.15pm Comfort and refreshment break
  • 2.45pm Research and edit
  • 4.45pm Transfer drafted text to Wikipedia’s live space
  • 5.30pm End

Trainers[edit | edit source]

Outputs[edit | edit source]

New articles created[edit | edit source]

New Wikidata items created[edit | edit source]

Wikidata items improved[edit | edit source]

Articles improved[edit | edit source]

Work List[edit | edit source]

Please note that you should not create or edit articles about your friends, family, employers or places of work.

Helpful updates could be as simple as:

  • Making sure reference links are still appropriate and functional
  • Adding new inline citations/references
  • Adding a photo
  • Adding an infobox
  • Adding data to more fields in an existing infobox
  • Creating headings
  • Adding categories

Articles for creation[edit | edit source]

Please note that creating a new article can be a big step for a new user - if you'd like to create a new article, you may wish to do research in advance, there are a list of sources below.

Articles for improvement[edit | edit source]

Sources[edit | edit source]

We will provide a variety of reference books on the day. Below are some online sources, as starting points for creating pages.

Pages should not rely on primary sources (such as the artist’s own website or representing gallery), but should make use of secondary sources. For more guidance on the use of sources, see this guide here.

Sara Barker[edit | edit source]

Helen Cammock[edit | edit source]

Céline Condorelli[edit | edit source]

Judith Cowan[edit | edit source]

Kate Davis[edit | edit source]

Mandy El-Sayegh[edit | edit source]

Ana Genovés[edit | edit source]

Lucy Gunning[edit | edit source]

Emma Hart[edit | edit source]

Eloise Hawser[edit | edit source]

  • Eloise Hawser website here
  • Eloise Hawser | Somerset House here
  • Eloise Hawser | Contemporary Art Society here
  • Max Mara Art Prize for Women: 7th Edition here
  • Review by Patrick Langley, September 2015 | Frieze here]
  • Existing page to link from: [:en:Max Mara Prize for Women]]

Tania Kovats[edit | edit source]

  • Tania Kovats | The Fruitmarket Gallery here
  • Tania Kovats | Jupiter Artland here
  • Review by Mark Sladen, Sep 1995 | Frieze here
  • Review by James Roberts, March 1993 | Frieze here
  • Max Mara Art Prize for Women: 6th Edition here
  • Existing page to link from: en:Max Mara Prize for Women

Hayley Newman[edit | edit source]

  • Hayley Newman | Tate here
  • Article by Peter Suchin, Nov 2002 | Frieze here

Athena Papadopoulos[edit | edit source]

  • Athena Papadopoulos website here
  • Portfolio: Athena Papadopoulos | Frieze here
  • Article by Izabella Scott, June 2017 | Frieze here
  • Max Mara Art Prize for Women: 7th Edition here
  • Existing page to link from: en:Max Mara Prize for Women

Kate V Robertson[edit | edit source]

Anjalika Sagar[edit | edit source]

  • Article on The Otolith Group by Nina Power, March 2010 | Frieze here
  • Feature on the Otolith Group, Sep 2006 | Frieze here
  • Article by The Otolith Group “ April 2007 | Frieze here
  • The Otolith Group | Tate here
  • Existing page to link from: en:Kodwo Eshun

Marlene Smith[edit | edit source]

  • Conversation between Lubaina Himid and Marlene Smith | Black Artists & Modernism here
  • Interview with Marlene Smith | Tate here
  • Marlene Smith and the BLK Art group | Youtube here
  • Article on The Public by Marlene Smith | The Guardian here
  • BLK Art Group | Museums Sheffield here
  • Existing page to link from: en:BLK Art Group

Phoebe Unwin[edit | edit source]

  • Article by Eleanor Nairne, November 2013 | Frieze here
  • Phoebe Unwin | Tate here
  • Phoebe Unwin | MAP Magazine here
  • Max Mara Art Prize for Women: 6th Edition here
  • Existing page to link from: en:Max Mara Prize for Women