Mapping as a communicative Art
Maps as a Communicative Art
November 20, 5:30 p.m. – 7: 00 p.m.
What are the unique ways in which a map communicates to people?
NJCU Galleries is pleased to host a panel discussion in conjunction with simultaneous exhibitions, Maps Everywhere and Mapping Life. The discussion will focus on how maps communicate to various audiences. We’ll learn about the similarities and differences of how each panelist approaches map design to tell a story and present a point of view.
Patrick Shalhoub, NJCU Librarian and local historian
Daryl Krasnuk, GIS Coordinator, Hudson County Division of Planning
Benicio Lisboa, Advanced GIS student, Mapping Trees in Jersey City
Adrienne Ottenberg, Cartographer and Illustrator, Artist in the Maps Everywhere Exhibition
Donna David, Associate Professor, Communication Design Pathways, FIT/SUNY
William Montgomery, Professor of Earth & Environmental Sciences
Before and after the panel, guests are invited to view the exhibitions until 8:00 p.m.
Featured Image (cropped) by Adrienne Ottenberg