The Institute of Cartopology explores how maps contribute to today’s challenges.

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A public festiville to celebrate the (im)possibilities of map making.

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Become an expeditionist and explore particular niches within the cartopological practice.

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Regain strength at 246 meters above sea level in the flattest country of Europe. Basic coffee, beverage and survival meals.

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Named after the first woman to summit the Mont Blanc. This is where maps are being dissected.

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Coming soon: the possibility to stay the night.

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A mobile studio from where Dear Hunter’s field work is conducted. Applied cartopology at its finest.

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Don’t leave the mountain empty handed. Here you’ll find the knick-knacks a cartopologist needs to map their way back home.

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A map shelter for retired maps. We archive, store and restore all maps, without discrimination. Any status, size or quality. Come and contribute, borrow, study and admire.

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Accompany-programs for explorations within the cartopological discipline. They are often prepared and set out in collaboration with universities and art academies.

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Oan d’n Hujel

Location:
Aon d’n Hujel
Gemmenicherweg 36
NL-6291 BT Vaals
50.76,06.01

Maris Paradis Atelier

Henriette d’Angeville during her ascent of Mont Blanc. Among the most famous female exploits was that of Henriette D’Angeville, the second woman on the summit of Mont Blanc, in 1838. she cuttingly claimed to be the first woman to summit Mont Blanc who was “still capable of remembering her impressions”. Of course she was referring to Marie Paradis, who had reached

Correctionville

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CORRECTIONVILLE is an annual festi-ville about maps. Free, but not without obligation*. Mapmakers, artists, cartographers, anthropologists, architects, hikers, ecologists, artists, mountaineers, policymakers, researchers and enthusiasts come together halfway up the mountain to celebrate the (im)possibilities of mapping. 

* To allow residents and professionals to meet each other in a relaxed atmosphere, access to CORRECTIONVILLE is free, provided that the participant brings a self-chosen map. This encourages active participation and makes the event accessible to everyone.

CORRECTIONVILLE is an annual festi-ville about maps. Free, but not without obligation*. Mapmakers, artists, cartographers, anthropologists, architects, hikers, ecologists, artists, mountaineers, policymakers, researchers and enthusiasts come together halfway up the mountain to celebrate the (im)possibilities of mapping.  *To allow residents and professionals to meet each other in a relaxed atmosphere, access to CORRECTIONVILLE is free, provided that the participant brings a self-chosen map. This encourages active participation and makes the event accessible to everyone.

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