Royal Library of Belgium
This page describes the project together with the Royal Library of Belgium (KBR).
The purpose of the project is to import the donated images from the Royal Library of Belgium to Wikimedia Commons, and the data of the works on Wikidata. Further also articles about remarkable artworks are written on Wikipedia.
The Royal Library of Belgium also takes part in the Public domain day 2018 event.
History and background
- Generic budget: GLAM program
- 27 August 2016 - Guided tour and writing session as part of Wiki Loves Art in the Royal Library of Belgium, Brussels
- 8 March 2017 - Just For The Record edit-a-thon in the KBR
- 27 November 2017 - Meeting with the Royal Library of Belgium and Packed in Brussels (Romaine)
- 9 May 2018 - Working session to prepare the public domain day event 2018, at office of ModeMuseum Antwerpen in Antwerp (info)
- 19 May 2018 - Edit-a-thon about public domain authors in the Royal Library of Belgium in Brussels as part of the public domain month activities + drink afterwards next to Belgium Pride Parade (info | project page | photos)
- 29 October 2018 - Wikidata workshop 2018 in the Royal Library of Belgium, Brussels
- 4 December 2018 - Meeting with the Royal Library about the organisation of Public Domain Day 2019 (Romaine)
- 21 January 2019 - Public domain day event for staff museums and institutions in the Royal Library of Belgium in Brussels
- 26 January 2019 - Edit-a-thon about public domain authors in the Royal Library of Belgium in Brussels (activity page)
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- Royal Library of Belgium on Wikidata
- Category about the Royal Library of Belgium on Wikimedia Commons
- Images donated by the Royal Library of Belgium on Wikimedia Commons