Saturday, April 6, 2019

    12:00 - 16:00


    Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon 2019
    Gender + The Non-Binary

    Saturday, April 6, noon-4pm
    280 Catherine Street, Ottawa, ON

    Join us at Gallery 101 for an all-day communal updating of Wikipedia entries on subjects related to art and feminism, gender, LGBTQ2S and the non-binary.

    People of all gender identities and expressions are welcome and encouraged to attend.

    Special guest: Rosa-Iris Rovira (Expert Wikipedia editor) will lead an introductory discussion/workshop.

    Get a close up view of G101's current exhibit, Gatherers, a feminist take on collage March 23 - April 20.

    The Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon is a response to the gender gap in content and participation on Wikipedia. It's estimated that LESS THAN 10 PER CENT OF WIKIPEDIA EDITORS IDENTIFY AS FEMALE.

    Annual Art + Feminism events around the world are addressing these gaps by inviting women and participants of all gender identities and expressions to gather for communal updating of Wikipedia entries on art and feminism.

    Session runs from 12-4pm (you can stay all day, or drop in for shorter lengths of time as well)

    Bring your laptop + power cord and RSVP to, indicating the time you plan on attending.

    We encourage you to make a Wikipedia account as this will speed up the editing process:

    Register on the A + F dashboard (this requires a Wikipedia account to do so):,_12pm_to_4pm)?enroll=wxcobpuy

    For childcare, please RSVP to
    Let us know the names and number of children requiring care, their ages, and what time you plan on attending.

    Snacks will be provided but please pack a lunch.

    Check out and join in the conversation at #artandfeminism as well as #noweditingaf


    Saturday April 6th, 2019, noon-4pm

    280 Catherine Street, Ottawa (ON) K1R 5T3
    Gallery 101 is an accessible venue


    Kristina Corre and Amy Thompson would like to acknowledge the financial support of the City of Ottawa.

    Gallery 101 gratefully acknowledges, the City of Ottawa, the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts. Gallery 101 thanks our members, volunteers and supporters. G101 honours and respects the original people of the territory we currently occupy: unceded and unsurrendered Anishnaabe-Aki who have been living and working on this land since time immemorial.