Principal Grayscale Collaborative Cambridge, Massachusetts
Map-making is foundational to landscape architecture, yet we often think of maps as just a record of what exists. Three practitioners will show how maps can also be powerful agents of social and environmental change when designed to identify problems, advocate for greater equity, and promote resilient solutions.
Learn about the history and theoretical background of map making.
Explore how critical mapping can change outcomes and influence decision-making.
Identify methods that have worked to uncover inequities and resiliency challenges.
Learn about how to combine various data sources, from social to spatial, to uncover untold stories.