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Context[edit]

Collaboration with the Llotja School is part of the initiative to involve art & design schools in the Wikimedia Movement's projects and goals.

Llotja school of art and design, entrance.
Illustration module at the Llotja campus
Exhibition "Llotja il·lustra Viquipèdia" (Llotja illustrates Wikipedia). May-June 2012

Introduction[edit]

Several Illustration students at the Llotja Advanced School of Art and Design in Barcelona are doing internships with the Wikimedian association, Amical Viquipèdia. Their mission is to draw images for Wikipedia articles and publish them on Commons. The association members, with help from other Wikipedians, identify gaps in the stock of images available on Commons, images that would be difficult to obtain free of copyright restrictions. This project lends students the opportunity to work on a professional commission, make their artwork known and join the Commons community of graphic authors.

Llotja is the direct descendant of the oldest art school in Catalonia, as well as in all of Spain (it was founded in 1775). Currently the Llotja Advanced School of Art and Design (Escola Superior de Disseny i d’Arts Llotja) is a public institute of higher education under the auspices of the Catalan Government's Department of Education.

Protagonists[edit]

2012-13[edit]

During the 2012-13 academic year, there are 5 student interns working with Amical Viquipèdia to complete practical training periods:


Students, teacher and wikiArS tutor, december 2012

2011-12[edit]

During the 2011-12 academic year, there were 7 student interns working with Amical Viquipèdia to complete practical training periods:

Lluis Segovia[edit]

Luís Segovia: portraits of 20th-century illustrators (Ricard Giralt Miracle, Lola Anglada, Pauline Baynes, Fernando Krahn, Robert Segura Monje)

Gerard Pla[edit]

Gerard Pla: portraits of 20th-century Spanish politicians from the first transitional and democratic governments after Franco dictatorship (Adolfo Suárez, Leopoldo Calvo-Sotelo, Martín Villa, Manuel Gutiérrez Mellado)

Albert Pons[edit]

Albert Pons: portraits of 20th-century Catalan writers (such as Josep Maria Folch i Torres, Montserrat Roig, Terenci Moix, etc.)

Pau Bahí[edit]

Pau Bahí: educational illustrations about the desiccation of the Mediterranean Sea during the Messinian Age

Supervised by the researcher Daniel Garcia-Castellanos (Institute of Earth Sciences Jaume Almera (ICTJA-CSIC))

Oriol Tuca[edit]

Oriol Tuca: recreation of scenes and portraits relating to the Fluxus art movement

Jessica León[edit]

Jessica León: characters from J.R.R. Tolkien's books

Albert López[edit]

Albert López: educational illustrations about sports practices

Tutors[edit]

Alicia Gallego and Luis Casado are the teachers involved from the Llotja School, David Gómez and Joan Lleonart are the tutors from Amical Viquipèdia.

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See also[edit]

Other wiki-ArS Commons partnerships: