- Wondering if your artist meets the criteria for notability? In general, Wikipedia would like to see proof of 2 major solo shows and participation in 5 major exhibitions.
- If you're having trouble finding published material, and would like to use primary sources, which Wikipedia discourages in general, look for published oral histories and published finding guides to materials in archives.
- (Neutral) narratives about people are important components of Wikipedia articles, and always preferable to lists, such as lists of exhibitions. Try to describe an exhibition history, rather than just create a list. If you must include a list, try to curate it and focus on the most important exhibitions, rather than make it comprehensive.
- When describing someone in a biographical narrative, do not identify them by nationality or gender unless they have done so themselves.
- Do not use an artist's website or a website for a gallery that represents them as a source citation! That would trigger a conflict-of-interest flag. Focus on exhibition reviews instead. Use exhibition reviews from highly-visible sources as much as possible (e.g., New York Times).
Cornell Notes Notability
May 14, 2019 This is an area in which GoodNotes and Notability differ greatly. Papers in GoodNotes are broken down into categories. “Essential” are the standard blank, dotted, squared, ruled narrow, and ruled wide paper types. “Writing Papers” features papers with columns, traditional legal paper, and a Cornell paper type. Apr 29, 2014 - Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.