This session of the Wikipedia Dance Project will take place on Friday, August 23, 10am-3pm, at The Centre for Newfoundland Studies, Queen Elizabeth II Library, Memorial University of Newfoundland in St. John’s.
Facilitated by Wikipedia editor Evan Gray, the St. John’s event consists of a tutorial on editing Wikipedia for Canadian dance artist content, followed by a supported edit-a-thon. This is a free event and refreshments will be provided.
Care to join us on a collective writing adventure to improve the profile of Canadian dance artists on Wikipedia? Dance+Words has held Wikipedia Dance Project sessions in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver. Now it’s St. John’s turn.
Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org to register for this event … or to make suggestions on who from the Newfoundland community needs an entry, or what needs improvement.
Evan Gray is a graduate student in Philosophy at Memorial University with a research focus on language and the structure of communication. In his spare time he partakes in computer repair and coding, a hobby of his since at least Windows ’98. Evan also enjoys dance music and playing the keyboard.