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Upcoming events

Coming events from our calendar:
  • (National) 2020 February 19, WednesdayWMAU Community Meeting (Feb 2020) — Online Community Room
    The password will be sent to the members' mailing list a few days before the event, or you can RSVP to contact-at-wikimedia.org.au Agenda:
  • (WA) 2020 February 20, ThursdayWikiClubWest at Riff (10) — Riff, 45 St Georges Terrace, Perth
    A casual gathering to talk about and work on Wikimedia sites (including Wikipedia, Wikidata, and Wikimedia Commons). Everyone is welcome! You don’t have to have any experience; we’ll help you. There is huge scope for a wide range of interests: researchers, photographers, historians, illustrators, data analysts, coders, writers, and anyone else interested in the universe of free knowledge. Bring a laptop. There’s good wifi, and free tea and coffee available.
  • (NSW) 2020 March 7, SaturdayKnow My Name Edit-a-thon Sydney — Dixson Room, Mitchell Wing, State Library of New South Wales, Macquarie St, Sydney
    Registrations opening soon!
  • (WA) 2020 March 7, SaturdayKnow My Name Edit-a-thon Perth — Lawrence Wilson Gallery, 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley 6009
    Registrations essential! Register here!. See Know My Name for more information.
  • (QLD) 2020 March 8, SundayArt+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon Brisbane — Gallery of Modern Art Stanley Place, South Brisbane, QLD 4101
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  • (ACT) 2020 March 8, SundayKnow My Name Edit-a-thon Canberra — National Gallery of Australia, Parkes Place, Parkes, Canberra ACT 2600
    Registrations opening soon!
  • (International) 2020 August 5, WednesdayWikimania 2019 (Bangkok) — Bangkok, Thailand
    The annual conference for the global Wikimedia movement.

 

See also the full calendar, and list of past events.


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Image from Wiki Loves Monuments 2018 in Australia. Winners of annual photo competitions each receive $100 and are entered into the International Judging