In the Museum’s permanent exhibition are maps ranging from a copy of the 1472 T-O Map by Isadore of Seville, generally considered to be the first printed map, to a delightful colored 1958 Tourist Map of Southern California with the charming name of Roads to Romance.
The Museum’s main hall is divided into sections that show maps categorized by Exploration, Colonization, California as an Island and Sea Charts. There are also galleries set aside for maps of Europe, Celestial, Holy Land, Africa and Asia. Display cases in both the main hall and galleries contain many rare atlases by Blaeu, Ortelius, De Wit and others. Here too can be found work by Father Kino, Benjamin Franklin, a beautiful edition of the Nuremberg Chronicles and colorful Gold Rush Map by William Jackson.Venue: 7825 Fay Ave Suite LL-A, La Jolla CA 92037URL: http://www.lajollamapmuseum.org/current-exhibition
An exhibition to mark Maine statehood—in a divorce from Massachusetts—on 15 March 1820.
Maine Bicentennial exhibit: Mapping Maine: The Land and Its Peoples, 1677-1842 curated by OML Faculty Scholar, Dr. Matthew Edney.
The exhibition is also online at https://oshermaps.org/exhibitions/maine-bicentennial !
Opening lecture to be presented virtually on Saturday 12 September, 15.00 - 16.30.Venue: OML Gallery, 314 Forest Avenue; Portland, ME 04101URL: https://oshermaps.org/news
Explore the fifteenth century in our region through the images, stories and characters from the Library of the Dukes of Burgundy.
Six centuries ago, Brussels belonged to the rich and powerful Dukes of Burgundy. Skilled politicians and cultured patrons, they established a stirring treasure, a unique and fascinating collection of manuscripts: the Library of the Dukes of Burgundy.
These masterpieces, which have survived the ravages of time and of history, have been looked after for you by KBR. The national library of Belgium opened its vaults to share the highlights of this fantastic collection via its new museum: a unique place that offers you the opportunity to share in Europe’s medieval cultural past, and admire beautiful illuminated manuscripts. The sixteenth-century Chapel of Nassau and the various rooms that surround it form the backdrop to the museum.Venue: Mont des Arts 28, 1000 Brussels
Telephone: +32 2 519 53 11
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTime schedule: Monday - Friday 10.00-16.00Entry fee: EUR 11.00URL: https://www.kbr.be/en/museum/