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This submission has been noted and is pending review for WikiConference North America 2018.

Theme (optional)
Tech & Tools
Academic Peer Review option
Type of submission
Presentation and workshop
Robert Fernandez, Effie Kapsalis, Andrew Lih
E-mail address
Wikimedia username
Gamaliel, Digitaleffie, Fuzheado
Affiliation(s) (optional)
Wikimedia District of Columbia, Smithsonian

Wikimedia District of Columbia is the recipient of $50,000 in support from the Knight Prototype Fund, an initiative of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Wikimedia DC will collaborate with the Smithsonian Institution on a project called the "Wiki Art Depiction Explorer", an effort to create an interface for museum visitors and other art enthusiasts to crowdsource metadata about visual depictions in museum artworks. Making this data more accurate and robust will allow further and deeper discovery of these works by anyone in the world. The project was created by three longtime Wikimedia DC volunteers: Andrew Lih, author of The Wikipedia Revolution, Effie Kapsalis, Chief of Content & Communications Strategy at the Smithsonian Institution Archives, and Robert Fernandez, member of the board of directors of Wikimedia DC. This presentation will discuss our ideas for this project, how the project will interact with Wikidata and other Wikimedia projects, and solicit community and expert feedback.

For the announcement from the Knight Foundation, see https://knightfoundation.org/press/releases/knight-prototype-fund-awards-projects-that-explore-avenues-for-connecting-people-with-the-arts-through-tech

Length of presentation
Special requests
projector for slide presentation
Preferred room size
Have you presented on this topic previously? If yes, where/when?
If you will be incorporating a slidedeck during your presentation, do you agree to upload it to Commons before your session, with a CC-BY-SA 4.0 license, including suitable attribution in the slidedeck for any images used?
Will you attend WikiConference North America if your submission is not accepted?

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