During the first month of the project at the Association of Fine Artists of Serbia, as many as 138 new articles were written, while 93 catalogs of the Association's exhibitions were digitized and then uploaded to the Wikimedia Commons. Thanks to these catalogs, it is possible to get a quality insight into the artistic scene of Serbia in the 20th century.
Wikipedian in residence at National Museum of Kraljevo
In the National Museum of Kraljevo, the first month of the ended, during which 21 new articles were written, 16 were illustrated and 16 were improved. A total of 181 files have been uploaded to the Wikimedia Commons. Among these articles and files there is significant information and content about the historical and cultural heritage of Kraljevo.
Wiki Loves Living Heritage edit-a-thon
As a part of a global campaign, Wiki Loves Living Heritage, a 15-day-long on Serbian Wikipedia was organized. During this activity, 9 editors wrote 99 new articles, and the most valuable editors of the campaign, Gzanag, Nikolina Šepić, and Sadko, will be awarded with book vouchers. We would especially like to highlight the efforts of these editors, as well as the editor under the user name Ljiljana Sundać, for the large number of articles written, but also to all other editors for their contribution to the preservation of the intangible cultural heritage, both of Serbia and of the whole world. Some of the topics of the articles included traditions and customs, traditional gastronomy, folk beliefs and religious traditions, various handicrafts, interesting national rituals, as well as places and organizations of cultural importance.
Catalog "Drawing and small plastic" from 1979
Catalog "Drawings and small plastic" from 1970
Uros Predic - Portrait of a lady
J. B. Tito laying a wreath at the graves of the victims, Memorial cemetery, 1973.