Wikimedia Sverige is a Wikimedia chapter.
Among other activities − detailed on Meta − Wikimedia Sverige supports the Wikimedia Commons project and community in several ways.
The chapter helps in getting accredited for various events. See this page (in Swedish) for more help. Examples of accreditations:
The chapter negotiates privileged access for photographers to special places and collections, especially related to cultural institutions:
The chapter has purchased photographic equipment which can be freely borrowed by contributors. Content produced by this equipment can be found in Category:Media created by technology pool of Wikimedia Sverige.
Sample of our technology.
Sponsoring photographic expeditionsEdit
Wikimedia Sverige has also sponsored several different photographic expeditions. These include both aerial photography and photo hunts of different kinds.
The chapter encourages participation to the Wikimedia projects, through the organisation of photographic rallies or contests like Wiki Loves Monuments:
- Wiki Loves Monuments 2011
- Wiki Loves Monuments 2012
- Wiki Loves Monuments 2013
- Wiki Loves Public Art 2013
- Wiki Loves Monuments 2014
- Wiki Loves Monuments 2015
- Wiki Loves Monuments 2016
Opening and sharing free materialEdit
The chapter strives to create partnerships with cultural institutions, aiming among other thing to help them opening and sharing their public domain collections. As a direct result of these efforts 55,176 files have been made available on Wikimedia Commons.
The category for partnerships is Category:Partnerships with Wikimedia Sverige.
Image from Regionarkivet in 2009
Image from Bonniers in 2010
Image from Nordiska museet in 2011
Image from LSH in 2013
Image from Riksarkivet in 2014
Sound from Work With Sounds in 2014
Image from LSH in 2014
Image from Kungliga biblioteket in 2015
Image from LSH in 2015
Image from SMM in 2015
Image from LSH in 2016
Image from Nationalmuseum (Stockholm) in 2016
Image from Gruppo Archeologico Romano in 2016
Image from Associazione DecArch in 2016
Image from Museum of Ethnography in 2016