An Exhibition Roundup
The Daily News Transcript of Norwood, Massachusetts, covers the exhibition of bird’s-eye-view maps, Boston and Beyond, at the Boston Public Library (see previous entry).
I expect that Boston is easier to get to for most of my readers than Windhoek, Namibia, but you may nonetheless be interested to know that the National Art Gallery of Namibia is hosting an exhibition of early maps of Namibia until March 20. It’s the first time that a map of central and northern Namibia made by John Andersson in the 1850s will be on public display. Via Map History/History of Cartography.
Finally, there is some more information about Baltimore’s Festival of Maps, which runs from March 16 to June 8. Like its Chicago ancestor, “Maps: Finding Our Place in the World” will be a highlight (see previous entry).