4. Attend a Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon

The Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon at the Museum of Modern Art, March 7, 2015 (English Subtitles) from WikimediaFoundation on Vimeo.

In museums across the county, women are gathering to re-write history. This month, as part of a five year campaign by Art+Feminism, New York City museums are hosting Wikipedia Edit-a-Thons where participants (of any gender) learn how to become Wikipedia editors and use the site to amplify and highlight the stories/voices of cis and transgender women. Since 2014, Art+Feminism has organized over 500 events across six continents and improved thousands of Wikipedia pages for artists like Tina Charlie, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Ana Mendieta, Augusta Savage, and Frances Stark.

This March, locations in the city including The Jewish MuseumMuseum of the City of New York, and Bard Graduate Center will hosts Edit-a-Thons. These events continue into February and take place all over New York State. To find a location near you, visit Art+Feminism’s event page.