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Saturday, October 20

9:00am EDT

Workshop: C-ART-o Camp: Exploring Art Materials and Methods
Organizer: Molly O'Halloran, Molly O'Halloran Inc.
Co-organizer: Sarah Bell, ESRI
Relax, explore, create. Let your hands move and your brain unwind after those intense cartography panels! We'll explore tools and methods for hand drawn maps using coastlines, rivers, and mountains as examples. Bring your own subject idea, or use one of ours. We'll cover transfer methods, dip pens & inks, Micron pens, graphite pencils (great for shaded relief), and watercolor. Bring home a finished map, or use the time to make vignettes exploring different methods. Participants' fees cover a packable take-home kit of pencils, pens, and watercolor set. A fun, relaxing way to wrap up another fab NACIS conference.
Registration fee includes art supplies for use in workshop and take home. 

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Molly O'Halloran

Molly O'Halloran, Inc.
NACIS Board member, 2019–2021

Saturday October 20, 2018 9:00am - 12:00pm EDT
Hampton III

9:00am EDT

Workshop: How to analyze and visualize spatial data with CARTO BUILDER
Organizer: Jeff Ferzoco, CARTO
This workshop will introduce the analytic and cartographic capabilities inside CARTO BUILDER, exposing the power of connected and dynamic workflows. Participants will learn about drag and drop analytics, their link to interactive and dynamic filters called widgets, cartographic styling, and a series of tips and tricks for customizing your location intelligence application.
Participants should bring their own laptops. 

Saturday October 20, 2018 9:00am - 12:00pm EDT
Hampton I

1:00pm EDT

Workshop: Getting Started with ArcGIS Maps for Adobe Creative Cloud
Organizer: Madhura Phaterpekar, ESRI
Many cartographers use Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop to beautify their maps. Esri's new plugin - ArcGIS Maps for Adobe Creative Cloud - provides a simple integration enabling cartographers and designers, to bring valuable GIS maps and layers into Adobe's design space. In this workshop we will show how this app works, right from ingesting local and cloud-based content, to visualizing the data and plugging in design assets for a speedy cartographic workflow. We will share what's available with the free vs paid versions and examine its utility for your current or prospective ArcGIS configurations.
Participants should have an Adobe ID and current licenses to Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop. 

Saturday October 20, 2018 1:00pm - 4:00pm EDT
Hampton III