Wiki Loves Folklore is an international photography contest organized on
Wikimedia Commons to document folklore and intangible cultural heritage.
It's concurrent contest, Feminism and Folklore  is organized on
Wikipedia to improve the coverage of women in folklore and intangible
heritage and folk culture of different regions, including folk dances, folk
music, folk activities, folk games, folk cuisine, folk wear, folklore, and
tradition, including ballads, folktales, fairy tales, legends, traditional
song and dance, folk plays, games, seasonal events, calendar customs, folk
arts, folk religion, mythology and many more.
The campaign is targeted at protecting the world’s intangible cultural
heritage. In the 2020 edition, content about women in folklore and
mythology has been created in 18 different languages covering the regional
personalities and mythology with over 4000 articles.
Feminism and Folklore  provides an opportunity for the local folklore
enthusiasts and conservationists to document their local rituals, folk
cultural activities, and songs improving the coverage on various cultures
and new forms of heritage that haven’t otherwise been documented so far.
In the last two years, we have been able to document around 27000 media
from over 125+ countries. In 2019, we had a successful international
edition that ran from 1-28 Feb 2019 where we got 7121 images from 1700+
participants from over 120 countries in the theme pertaining to the
festivals and ceremonies from different parts of the world. In 2020, the
competition elicited 19,052 image submissions, 144 videos, and 13 audio
files, the campaign documented folk culture of over 125 countries around
the globe. Over 1496 photographers took part and around 20 affiliates
collaborated in the project.
How to contribute?
Starting 1 February through to 31 March Wikipedians, Wikimedians, folks,
Glam advocates and Cultural enthusiasts will help bridge the knowledge gap
on documentation on the theme folklore and Women in Folklore. If you are
interested in participating in the photography campaign, then start
photographing your local culture and get ready for the photo campaign
happening on Commons. For more information check out project page .
Who to Participate?
This is open to all open evangelists with interest to the aforementioned.
Contact me for any questions.
Wiki Loves Folklore
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