When: Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Time: 2:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
Where: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
1071 Fifth Avenue
Manhattan, NY
Cost: Free

As part of Archtober, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Foundation will host its first ever Wikipedia edit-a-thon to expand and enhance the topic of museum architecture on Wikipedia. The #guggathon will bring together the public and a wide range of experts to improve and generate content, helping to ensure that information about museum architecture is widely available on Wikipedia.

For those unable to attend the event at the museum, remote editing is encouraged. Follow #guggathon on Twitter to track progress throughout the day and provide links to articles of interest.

New and experienced editors welcome. The event will include a training session for participants who are new to Wikipedia and Wikipedia specialists will be on hand to provide basic instruction and editing support.


To register to attend or edit from home, please sign up via one of the following avenues:

1) Add your Wikipedia username to the guest list in the “Attendees Sign-Up” section on the Wikipedia Meetup page
2) Sign up via EventBright

Tuesday, October 7 from 2 to 8 pm
Schedule of Events

2 pmWelcome Address and Speakers
Alan G. Brake, Executive Editor of The Architect’s Newspaper
Cara Cragan, Director of Architectural Projects, Helsinki and Abu Dhabi, Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation
Amanda Parmer, curator and owner of PARMER
New Media Theatre
3 pmEdit-a-thon begins (experienced editors)
Edit-a-thon overview and training led by Wikimedia NYC (for new editors)
Media Lab 1
Media Lab 2
5 pmArchitectural Tour of the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum led by Megan Chusid, AIA and Associate Director at the Guggenheim 
8 pmResults and Closing of EventMedia Lab 2

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
New Media Theater and Media Labs in the Sackler Center
1071 Fifth Avenue, New York.

Please enter at the 89th Street entrance.

Participants should bring their own laptops and power cords. Light refreshments will be provided.

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