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There are many ways to get involved and to collaborate with the initiative wikiArS from schools, from the Wikipedian community, from the Wikimedia movement organizations, from universities and art institutions, cultural, research and outreach or from people wanting to participate.
Is the bridge between Wikimedia community and school of art.
Ideally someone who knows and edit articles for 'Wikipedia' and/or who knows Wikimedia Commons (uploading images, choosing license, categorise them, etc..). And ideally a person knowledgeable or interested in the field of art, design, photography and/or graphic creation. Although not necessary that the person meets all of these features if you work in a coordinated team of tutors.
This profile is specially designed to tutor Professional internship or End of degree projects in collaboration with an art school.
A Teacher in an art or design school ready to do an activity related to Wikipedia. Will be the contact person with the tutor and the person who actually fits the academic goals with the Wikipedia aims for free knowledge.
Thematic or scientific advisor
Expert or knower of an specific knowledge area of subject that guides the student and oversees the illustrations; specially witch of them that needs scientific supervision.
The advisor can help in:
Triple supervision model
Specially to produce illustrations or infographies about scientific, historical and didactic issues, the triple supervision by art/design teachers (that can give technical and artistic help and the academic fit), subject-specific experts (that can advice by topic, give initial documentation and validation before publishing) and Wikimedian tutors (follow-up of whole process, help about sing-up and upload, inform about licenses) is the best way for supervising the students' image-creation process to ensure the production of visually well-crafted images that are free of subject-specific errors.
Organisations and groups from the Wikimedia movement involved in wikiArS initiative (include yours if you start a wikiArS experience).