Guggenheim Museum donates 100 master-class works of art to Wikipedia

The Guggenheim Museum in New York has donated 100 images of artworks from its collection to Wikipedia. The selection includes paintings by Edgar Degas, Paul Klee and Vincent van Gogh. Now it’s inviting the public to visit the museum and contribute information about the artworks and artists to the online encyclopedia. The Wikipedia Edit-a-thon: Selections from the Guggenheim Collection takes place on Tuesday, May 19 from 3pm to 7pm. If you’re not in New York, you can also participate remotely and follow #guggathon on Twitter for updates. Last year’s Wikipedia Edit-a-thon focused on architecture. It doesn’t matter how much editing you’ve…

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