After two years of virtual events, the 2022 Indigenous Mapping Workshop will focus on building connections and reinstating relationships through in-person engagements. The safety of our attendees is our highest priority, and all local health and safety protocols will be followed. However, after the success of our two virtual Indigenous Mapping Workshops, we are very excited to announce the launch of 2022IMW: Alberta – which will be our first-ever hybrid event! Giving Indigenous people across Turtle Island the tools and training they need to share their stories has always been our goal and for those unable to attend in-person, we wanted to make this year’s programming available online, as well.
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Frequently asked questions about 2022IMW.
How do I register for 2022IMW?
The Indigenous Mapping Workshop has a limited number of seats. Please be as detailed as possible in your application to help with reviewing the applications. You will need to bring your own laptop/devices to this event. Laptops will not be provided.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling admissions basis starting on June 21st, 2022 until all workshop spots are filled.
IMPORTANT: Submitting an application form does not automatically register you for the Workshop. Please do not book airline or hotel reservations unless you have received an acceptance notification. You will receive an email notification of your application decision by Monday, August 1, 2022.
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Further information about the workshop: www.indigenousmaps.com.
What is the Indigenous Mapping Collective?
How do I confirm I’m registered?
Applications will be accepted on a rolling admissions basis starting on June 30th, 2022 until all workshop spots are filled.
IMPORTANT: Submitting an application form does not automatically register you for the Workshop. Please do not book airline or hotel reservations unless you have received an acceptance notification. You will receive an email notification of your application decision within two weeks of submitting your application.
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What is the cost to attend 2022IMW Edmonton?
Registration for attending the 2022 Indigenous Mapping Workshop in-person is $600 CAD, and includes 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 1 dinner feast, and access to all training and presentations (approximately 50 in total). This will be invoiced once you’ve received your application decision.
Registration for attending the 2022 Indigenous Mapping Workshop virtually is based on the Indigenous Mapping Collective pricing. To find out what membership category you fit into, visit this page: https://www.indigenousmaps.com/indigenous-mapping-collective/
What is the difference between attending in-person vs. virtually?
We will be making all keynote speaking events and panel presentations available for livestream on the Indigenous Mapping Collective. All training sessions will only be available in-person in addition to live performances and a banquet dinner.
Is training offered in languages other than English?
When will the event schedule be released?
Why do I have to pay for a membership if I’m not Indigenous?
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