Art+Feminism is a campaign to improve coverage of women and the arts on Wikipedia. We encourage the editing and creation of Wikipedia entries, especially to improve coverage of women and the arts.

The Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon is an all-day, walk-in event. Prior knowledge of how to edit and create Wikipedia articles is not required!

Anyone interested in learning more about women in the arts or how to edit Wikipedia, regardless of experience, gender, or background, is encouraged to attend.  Wikipedia tutorials will be provided for beginners and art experts will be around to give research and citation advice. Contributors should bring their laptops and chargers.

India Event Schedule

Delhi : 03 March
Kiran Nadar Museum, Saket

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Chandigarh : 10 March, 2018
Govt. Museum & Art Gallery, Sector 10-C

Citing resources

Manual of Style: How to set-up your article

Manual of Style for Biographies: Guidance on how to write Artist Biographies

Manual of Style for visual arts articles: Guidance on special issues commonly encountered in writing about the visual arts. To be read in conjunction with the manual of style article.


  1. Link Museum collections
  2. Write about a topic in Museum’s library collections
  3. Add identifiers
  4. Build bibliographies
  5. Write about books, journals, etc.
  6. Check (and improve) references
  7. Find a citation
  8. Expand a biography
  9. Add images and videos
  10. Translate

Artists to EDIT on Wikipedia


Navjot Altaf  | Mithu Sen | Adeela Suleman | Manisha Parekh

Sunayani Devi | Y.G Srimati | Olivia Fraser | Ina Puri

Meera Menezes | Yashodhara Dalmia

Glimpses from Art+Feminism 2017

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