On May 19, the Guggenheim will host its second Wikipedia “edit-a-thon” and is donating 100 images of artworks from its collection to Wikipedia. During the event, participants at the museum and online will add information about these artworks and the artists who created them, including Edgar Degas, Paul Klee, and Vincent Van Gogh, to Wikipedia, the world’s largest free source of knowledge. The free edit-a-thon is an opportunity to explore the history of the Guggenheim’s collection, the impact of artworks within the artistic movements of their time, and their legacy and influence on future artists. Using the donated images as a starting point, participants will enhance the scholarship and understanding of key artists and works in the museum’s collection. The program will begin with an overview of the development of the Guggenheim’s collection, presented

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