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THE (NON) OBJECTIVITY OF WIKIPEDIA

Invisibilities focuses on exposing the digital gaps in architecture. Architects, movements, ideas or projects that have been dismissed, forgotten, or discriminated against by the discipline of architecture are introduced for discussion and documentation. A series of presentations by experts who specialize in research on minority-driven movements, women in architecture, African-American practices, and other architectural "invisibles" will precede a Wikipedia editing workshop led by a group of activists who work to give forgotten architecture a presence on Wikipedia.


Wwwriting Series: Invisibilities

May 17, 2014
4pm-7pm

The audience is encouraged to bring their own laptops to be part of the Wikipedia Editathon. Storefront will provide free wifi.

SCHEDULE
4:00 - 5:00pm: Invisible experts
A group of 5 experts will give a 7-minute presentation unveiling Architecture Digital Invisibles.

5:00 - 7:00pm : Wikipedia Editathon
A group of activists will guide and monitor the audiences as they update and edit Wikipedia entries based on topics presented by the participants in the first half of the event.

Quick Links

Submit an Invisible to track, and visualize its progress
as it gets edited on Wikipedia.


Check out our How To guide to help you with the editing basics.


Use our Template to get your page started.


Check out our Meetup Page on Wikipedia!


Many Thanks to Unforgetting LA for helping with editing materials, and Scott Donaldson for programming the Submit Invisibles pages.


A look at the issue in the New York Times:

Where Are the Women in Wikipedia?

From the Pritzker to Wikipedia

Unforgetting Women Architects