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#Wiki-Wednesdays are a free online monthly learning session designed to help GLAM – Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums – professionals understand how art museums can use linked open data – LOD – and data visualizations known as knowledge graphs to raise awareness of their organizations and artwork by Canadian Visual Artists.

Funded by the Wikimedia Foundation, these sessions are cohosted by Victoria Stasiuk and Navino Evans from Histropedia.   

We gather the first Wednesday of every month
from 12 pm to 1 pm EST to demonstrate how to use Wikimedia resources and wiki data editing to build knowledge graphs.

If you’ve missed our second session on December 7, 2022, you can register for our next session below, January 4, 2023, February 1, 2023, and March 1, 2023.

To see the most recent knowledge graph created by Victoria Stasiuk and Navino Evans,

Click on the image below

Notable work  – Emily Carr’s autobiography
Klee Wyck, 1941 
Artwork featured – Emily Carr Portrait of Sophie Frank, 1914 Sewinchelwet
Link to Vancouver Sun article – Sophie Frank
Private Collection – Public Domain

Over the past two years, Victoria Stasiuk has worked with our team to help us design and deliver community arts projects, both onsite and online. Using her research and networks, she is currently helping us develop an online symposium to identify and explore strategies to promote healthy aging through arts and technology.

Kathy Smith, ED CreativeAge Network

Publications, Reports, and Presentations

Victoria Stasiuk has demonstrated expertise and professional acumen with over 15 years of experience in professional speaking, publications, and report writing.

Downtown Revitalization
Training for Creatives and Cultural Workers
Human Resource Planning for Museums
Cultural Planning in Ontario

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