Event:Art+Feminism 2024 Programming

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LocationOnline event
Start and end time17:00, 15 February 2024 – 01:00, 28 June 2024
Timezone: +00:00
Number of participants13 participants

Art+Feminism 2024 Programming

Organized by: Jcam2626, Nyeboah, Kiraface

Start and end time

17:00, 15 February 2024 to 01:00, 28 June 2024
Timezone: +00:00


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2024 Programming

The 2024 Art+Feminism campaign has launched! Read the campaign announcement and join us by pledging to organize your own edit-a-thon or joining an A+F event.

This year, A+F leadership, in alignment with our commitment to accessible practices and community care, is launching two programming series: #NowEditingAF: Virtual Editing Tables and Art+Feminism Conversations. These online events are open to anyone who is interested in closing information gaps related to gender, feminism, and the arts on Wikipedia!

#NowEditingAF: Art+Feminism Virtual Editing Tables[edit]

Throughout our 2024 campaign, we invite you to join us and other feminist editors at our virtual editing tables. Hosted monthly and on various language Wikipedias, the Art+Feminism virtual editing table is an opportunity for new editors to learn to edit and for more experienced editors to connect with each other. On select dates we’ll have specialty workshops hosted in collaboration with librarians, art writers, and Wiki groups.

Join us to share knowledge, ask questions, and exchange support in our editing endeavors!

More dates and details will be added as they are confirmed. Please see our full schedule.

Table Schedule
Month Language Wiki Event Details Event Registration
February en, pt Collective Editing

with Wiki Editoras Lx


Watch a recording of Wiki Editoras Lx's presentation. Check out our task list and continue editing with us
en Special Session for Northeastern US Editors and Organizers: Working with A+F and Wikipedia — for *Your* Audience

with Alison, A+F ambassador


en Writing about Art (on Wikipedia)

with art historian and wikimedian, Michaela Blanc and arts writer, Teri Henderson


en Wiki Editing for Movement Workers and Organizers


May en TBA

with The Feminist Institute

Completed Sessions en Special Session for Northeastern US editors and organizers, Pt I: Intro to Art+Feminism and Wikipedia

with Alison, A+F ambassador


es Editatona de la Campaña Solidaridad El Salvador 2024

with Wikimedistas El Salvador



Art+Feminism Conversations[edit]


In addition to our virtual editing tables, we will be hosting two special conversations to explore concepts of solidarity. In both conversations we have invited artists, organizers, and scholars to discuss the role of information activism and art in the some of the most pressing social issues in the United States. Event Details and registration links are below.

Online and On the Ground: Abortion Activism in Maryland[edit]

ET | Watch the recording in English, French, Spanish, or Portuguese.

During the 2023 Art+Feminism campaign, librarian and wikimedian, Sophie Reverdy co-organized the Abortion in Maryland edit-a-thon alongside the Baltimore Abortion Fund. The event was both a training on information activism and a fundraiser for the abortion fund. As social movements continue to expand and information activists seek ways to connect with other movement efforts, Art+Feminism will be revisiting this event with Reverdy and some of her collaborators: Alicia Puglionesi, Priya Hay-Chatterjee, and Carole Ruth McCann.

Collective Imagination + Radical Futures: Kansas City Organizers on Making Art & Building Power[edit]

ET | Register

Kansas City-based artist Hope-Lian Vinson will moderate a conversation about the role of artists in radical organizing. Working at the intersections of art and community organizing, panelists Patricia Bordallo-Dibildox, Nasir Anthony Montalvo, and Chad Onianwa will share their critical perspectives on solidarity practices, building local power, and using art as a tool for collective imagination. Panelists will discuss the depoliticization of “the arts” and challenge its narrow frameworks by expanding our definitions of artistic practice through a community-centric lens.