Maps drawn by Indigenous artists at the behest of the Spanish in the 16th century illustrate the amalgamation of visual traditions during the early years of contact between Indigenous groups and colonizers.
A series of maps elucidates both literal and metaphorical walls that limit equality and freedom in Brazilian society and Latin America at large.
Indonesian artist Melati Suryodarmo ran her own dreams through an EEG machine to create her performances at the Asia Society Museum next week.
New revelations show the sex offender’s close ties to the New York Academy of Art, where he served as a board member, and M.I.T. Media Lab, to which he donated almost $1 million
The Getty Foundation has awarded $1 million in grants to support virtual preservation of cultural locations worldwide.
For a new map published by Blue Crow Media, Chicago-based architect Iker Gil has selected over 50 examples of concrete and Brutalist buildings across the city and its suburbs to highlight.
On a walk through one of Florida’s tropical hardwood hammocks, artists construct a multi-layered map of a vulnerable ecosystem.
Boston Public Library’s Leventhal Map Center is exhibiting maps of volcanoes, catacombs, mines, subways, sewage systems, and other underground cartography.
A mobile mapping station being developed by a team in the Master’s Urban Planning department at Lawrence Technical University, wants to help residents of embattled neighborhoods.
To the Last Tree Standing allows you to explore about 270 square miles of Poland’s Białowieża Forest, which has witnessed increased logging over the past year.
Each purchase of Mapping Craft: This is how we meet supports scholarships for BIPOC students enrolled in the low-residency program, which is currently accepting applications until March 1, 2021.
The exhibition is curated by Katharine Harmon, author of You Are Here–NYC: Mapping the Soul of the City, with Jessie Braden, Director, Spatial Analysis and Visualization Initiative, Pratt Institute.