Wikipedia Edit-a-thons are hosted by schools, archives, museums, and cultural institutions all over the world. The idea is to help increase the voices of LGBTQ, female, people of color, or other marginalized persons as Wiki editors. On March 30th, I attended the Art+Feminism edit-a-thon at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta where people of all backgrounds were invited to learn how to become a Wiki editor, learn the rules of Wikipedia, and create articles about female, non-binary, women of color, etc. artists.
Returned to Infinity, to Eternal Time, and to Absolute Space
“[The infinity rooms] make you feel vast and tiny at the same time…. You feel significant and insignificant — and that just strikes a human chord,” said Joanne Heyler, director of The Broad Museum in Los Angeles, California.
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