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Baltimore's Young Preservationist Happy Hour is back in Mount Vernon on Friday, July 22 for our usual beers plus a quick talk from the the new Wikipedian-In-Residence at the Smithsonian Archives of American Art! Can't get enough Wikipedia in one evening? Come out to the first GLAM Wiki Partnerships in Baltimore meeting hosted by the Walters Art Museum on Saturday, July 23.
Young Preservationist Happy Hour meets Wikipedia
Friday, July 22, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Midtown Yacht Club, 15 East Centre Street, Baltimore, MD 21202
Despite the name and the location just across the street from the historic Peabody Conservatory, the Midtown Yacht Club is an unpretentious neighborhood bar with affordable drinks (all beer & cocktails will be 50 cents off all evening) and a solid Tex-Mex influenced bar menu. Come early to grab your beer and get settled so you can enjoy our talk on exciting new partnerships between Wikipedia and cultural heritage organizations at 6:30 pm.
From the British Library to the Children's Museum of Indianapolis, cultural heritage organizations are partnering with the Wikipedian community to share collections of historic photographs, document public art, celebrate local landmarks, and more. Join us for a short talk by Sarah Stierch--the new Wikipedian-in-Residence for the Smithsonian Archives of American Art--starting at 6:30 pm or just drop by for a beer when you can.
GLAM Wiki Partnerships in Baltimore
Saturday, July 23, 10:00 am to 12:30 pm
Walters Museum, 600 North Charles Street
If you work with a cultural heritage organization and you're interested in developing your own partnerships with Wikipedians and the Wikimedia community, join us for the first GLAM Wiki Partnerships in Baltimore meeting hosted by the Walters Museum. We'll start with an introduction to how GLAMs (Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums) across the country are partnering with Wikipedia from Wiki DC organizer Katie Flibert and museum professional Sarah Steirch. This introduction will be followed by a presentation by Dylan Kinnett on new online engagement efforts by the Walters Art Museum. We'll then conclude with a lively brainstorming session on new opportunities here in Baltimore. Please RSVP for this meeting by July 18!