Natalia Szafran-Kozakowska

  1. Wikipedia goes to the movies

    The first audiences jumped and shouted when pictures began moving on screens in front of them. It seemed like magic—and movies still flicker with magic in the hearts of many.... Read more

  2. Ethnographers and Wikipedians join forces to showcase the cultural heritage of the Carpathian region

    Wikipedians, museum professionals and researchers are traveling to select locations across the Carpathian range to document its folklore. They shoot photos, videos and collect material to develop content about the region on Wikipedia... Read more

  3. Wikivacation contest in Poland offers opportunities for tourists and locals alike

    The new contest will allow participants to submit their beautiful shots of monuments, nature, and art located in public space, along with small urban architecture of historical value. You can also write new articles where these pictures can be used.... Read more

  4. The Wikipedia Monument unveiling

    Wikipedia was honoured to have a statue built to commemorate its efforts; Dr. Krzysztof Wojciechowski, the head of Collegium Polonicum in Słubice, Poland, led the effort to have Wikipedia recognized. Crowds gathered to see the one-of-a-kind statue revealed to celebrate the contributions of the community. ... Read more