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Cartography: A GeoMixer (Thursday, June 19 in San Francisco)

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  • Rick Kos (SJSU)
    Details here: http://bit.ly/1kGotGd What makes a map so universally interesting? Is there something hidden, something special, lurking behind those points and
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      Details here: http://bit.ly/1kGotGd

      What makes a map so universally interesting? Is there something hidden, something special, lurking behind those points and polygons? When does a map become art - and how does art influence cartography?

      The GIS Education Center invites you to explore the various intersections between cartography and art at the GIS Education Center's cARTograohy GeoMixer.  Guest speakers include artists keen on maps and cartographers keen on aesthetics. There will be storytellers, D3 creators, artists and designers - mapmakers who explore the dynamic designs of maps which balance both utility and artistry. Each map/art piece and mapmaker/artist has a story to tell. Share in their stories, and add yours to the mix!

      5:30p  Doors Open
      6:45p  Speakers Begin
      7:10p - 7:30p  Break
      7:30p - 8:30p Speakers Resume
      9:00p  Event Concludes 

      Keynote Speakers
      * Chris Henrick on Narrative Capabilities of Web & Experimental Cartography (CartoDB, Maptime NYC)
      * Ruth Askevold on Finding Clues on the Map: Stories about Forgotten Landscapes (SF Estuary Institute)
      * Introduction by Darin Jensen (UC Berkeley, Dept. of Geography)

      Lightning Talks
      * Olivia Jackson on Maps that Move (Oakland Museum, Anti-Eviction Mapping Project)
      * Scott Murray on What Happens When Maps Become Software (USF, Dept. of Art + Architecture) 
      * Lordy Rodriguez on Maps as Muse; Maps as Language (Bay Area Artist)
      * Neeraj Bhatia & Christopher Roach on Using Data & Mapping to Seek New Opportunities in Design. (CCA's Urban Works Agency) 
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