AWA volunteers at our annual Wikipedia Editing Marathon

AWA’s Volunteer Community

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Volunteers around the world work with us to “advance“ women artists, starting from Florence! AWA’s volunteers live all over the globe. They come to us with a talent in hand and an idea in mind. They’d like to help with translations or proof-read our publications. They’d like to ‘give wings’ to our message by offering social media support. Some hope to provide volunteer graphic design services or offer event-planning skills to the benefit of historic women artists—and future generations of art lovers. AWA volunteers can offer a one-time service (like those who enter AWA’s Wikipedia entries following our Editing Marathon) or devise full-scale Volunteer Projects—that they design and implement, under AWA’s mentorship. Long-term research projects and short-term publicity campaigns both fall into this category. There are myriad ways to support AWA’s mission. The first question we pose to potential volunteers: where does your passion lie?