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The "Editatona" Art and feminism is an activity that is part of the international initiative Art + Feminism that aims to make visible women, feminism and artists in Wikipedia. Every year, during the month of March, organizers and new publishers from all over the world, we gather in groups to learn how to edit Wikipedia, create new articles and improve existing content.
This editatona is centered on the show of El Bloque TV and organized by Arte + Feminisme BCN, Liquen Data Lab, Visual404, Mujeres y Musica (MYM), UOC and Sala Apolo with the collaboration of Amical Wikimedia and Wikimujeres.
It is an editatona open to anyone interested in gender issues, feminisms and the arts, and especially suitable for people interested in urban music. The working groups of Ca la Dona (non-mixed, it is a space for women, lesbians and trans) and the Espacio Viquidones UPF (open to all people), and therefore the learning and the editions that are here begin, you will find their continuity in these permanent editing spaces.
Check the list of pages to create or improve
Check the list of resources to create or improve them
1) Do I have to register to attend? or can I go without warning?
We ask you to join the act. It is not mandatory but it is appreciated and will help us.
2) Do I need to have edited Wikipedia first?
No, this event is open to all and there will be introductory workshops to the edition
3) Do I have to have a user account on Wikipedia?
It is not necessary to register to start editing, but it is very convenient to do so.
4) What should I bring?
You want to have fun and learn
A laptop with the charger
you have doubts? write to email@example.com
There is not only one way of learning and there is not only a single training format. In this section of the lab we adopt any musical, artistic or audiovisual proposal that has the intention of sharing knowledge, which is still another form of activism.See More