Colorado Springs, CO
October 19th–22nd, 2016
Love maps, data, visual storytelling, and cartographic design?
Make your plans now to participate in the annual meeting of the North American Cartographic Information Society in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Join professionals and enthusiasts from government, commercial, and not-for-profit groups along with academics, scholars, map/GIS librarians, artists, technologists, and students in our 36th Annual Meeting.
2016 Registration Open
Preliminary Schedule Released
Our meeting in Colorado Springs will feature a great lineup of presenters from all branches of the cartographic world. Check out the preliminary schedule at nacis2016.sched.org
Once you’ve had a look over the schedule, hit the button below to register and join in!
Discounted early rates will be available until October 7th, 2016, so register now! Questions? Contact us!
Our 2016 meeting will overlap in part with the 2016 Meeting of the Great Plains / Rocky Mountains Division of the AAG – We hope you’ll consider participating in both meetings!
Kirk Goldsberry, Visiting Scholar at Harvard University
Kirk Goldsberry is a visiting scholar at Harvard University and former staff writer for ESPN’s Grantland. He received his Ph.D. in Geography in 2007 from the University of California, Santa Barbara before serving as a professor for 6 years at Michigan State and Harvard. In 2013, Kirk began writing for Grantland. Kirk’s work to develop spatial visualizations for sports data has been featured in outlets such as Wired, the New York Times, and FiveThirtyEight.
Joshua Jelly-Schapiro is a geographer and writer whose work focuses on how human difference is thought about and acted on in the world. A specialist on race and the Caribbean, he has lived and worked for extended periods in the Greater and Lesser Antilles, and is the recipient of fellowships from the National Science Foundation, the American Council of Learned Societies, and the Social Science Research Council. His essays on arts and history have appeared in The New York Review of Books, Harper’s, The Believer, The Nation, Artforum, and Transition, among many other publications. In 2011, he completed his PhD in geography at UC-Berkeley, where his thesis was awarded the Caribbean Studies Association’s Best Dissertation Prize. Currently a visiting scholar at NYU’s Institute for Public Knowledge, he is serving as co-editor, with the writer Rebecca Solnit, of “Nonstop Metropolis: A New York City Atlas.” His first book, “Island People,” will be published by A.A. Knopf.
The Antlers Hotel, Colorado Springs
4 S. Cascade Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Our room block is nearly full: some days may have availability, while we may be full during others. Click here to reserve via the Antlers website. If you are unable to obtain a room at the Antlers, we encourage you to make arrangements on your own elsewhere. Consider posting on CartoTalk.com if you’re interested in finding a roommate (or a ride-share from the airport!).
Our 2016 meeting will overlap in part with the 2016 Meeting of the Great Plains / Rocky Mountains Division of the AAG – It’ll be held at the same hotel, and we hope you’ll consider participating in both meetings!
NACIS Night Out
This year’s NACIS Night Out will take place at Jack Quinn’s Irish Pub on Thursday, October 20th. Join in for food, drinks, and fun with fellow Cartographers when Registration opens this summer!
CONFERENCE CANCELLATION POLICY
A refund of your registration fee will be made minus a $50 processing fee, if cancellation is received in writing at least fourteen days prior to the date of the event. Alternates are encouraged to attend for any pre-registrant who is unable to attend.
Field trips are dependent on minimum attendance, encourage your friends to sign up!