Six-month long Wikipedian in residence project is at Belgrade City Library gives great results
A six-month-long Wikipedian in residence at Belgrade City Library project has begun in October. In the first three months of the project, 84 articles were written, 244 articles were illustrated, and 719 files can be found on Wikimedia Commons. During January, Wikipedian in residence will change its department of work and move to the Periodicals Department.
A girl from Skadar
Prince Aleksandar Karađorđević
Serbian army in Belgrade
Wikipedian in residence at Adligat
The second part of the Wikipedian in residence project in the Society for Culture, Arts and International Cooperation Adligat started on November 10 and lasted until the end of December. During this project, numerous biographies, a list of legacies of the Adligat Society, but also some specific topics such as the First Serbian Complete Bible and the Phototype edition of Miroslav's Gospel were covered. During this project, the Wikipedian in residence wrote 45 new articles, supplemented 40, while he illustrated as many as 202 articles. On this occasion, the Adligat released 444 files, including 5 books and numerous photographs from the private collections of Ljubivoje Ršumović, the famous former mayor of Belgrade Branko Pešić, Nikola Kusovac, Matija Bećković and many others.
In addition to the released files from Adligat, the Wikipedian in residence, by independent engagement, managed to release another 111 files, among which are the famous works of art by Nadežda Petrović, Bogdan Šuput, Milena Pavlović Barila, Kosta Janković, sketches by Sava Šumanović…
Branko Pešić's Legacy in Adligat
Coptic books from Ethiopia
Signature of Queen Elizabeth II
Miniature - Miroslav's Gospel
Photo of Reli Pardo as an elementary school student
Wikipedian in residence at Cultural center Rex
The Wikipedian in residence project at the Cultural Center Rex lasted during the month of December. During this project, the Wikipedian in residence digitized 154 files, including as many as 21 of their publications and many clippings, which testify to cultural and historical events, debates, projects and events in their organization. 13 new articles have been written, including an article about the Cultural Center Rex, based on which we can see their dynamic history of existence. Thanks to this internship, now on Wikipedia, we can find out numerous information about the recent history of Belgrade, artists from this and the previous century, and events organized by this cultural center. With this project, we have scratched the surface of important topics, to which we will only dedicate ourselves in the future, thanks to the achieved cooperation.
Places of suffering and Antifa battle
Corners - Turning Europe inside out
Gypsies, and dogs by Branko Todorović, debate
A story about neighbors who are no more here
Pride and politics, debate
Man on the road, debate
During December, we held two edit-a-thons within the GLAM program. The first marathon was dedicated to theaters and the second to the Day of Librarians of Serbia. Thanks to these marathons, the Serbian Wikipedia got 60 new articles. The edit-a-thon by the name the Theater Stage on Wikipedia lasted from December 4 to 7, during which 8 participants wrote 20 new articles. The second edit-a-thon was organized in cooperation with the University Library „Svetozar Markovic“ on the occasion of the Day of Librarians and it lasted from December 14 to 20. The marathon was attended by 15 participants, and 40 new articles were written.