Google Mapping my CV

Posted on Apr 2, 2013 in art, teaching | One Comment


While working on teaching job applications today, I decided that the way of the future is the Google Maps Curriculum vitae!

Okay, so maybe it’s a little crazy of me, but I like seeing the exhibitions I’ve been in as a map rather than a list. It’s just more fun that way! Hope this inspires y’all to do the same!

Here’s the link to the map I created:

You can create your own map of anything! All you need is a Google account. Just use the “My Places” link next to “Get Directions” on the Google Maps page. You can bookmark locations and create maps with notes. You can then share these maps and offer them up for collaboration!

Now, to decide if I should add my work and education experience to the same map or make a new one. Either way, this will be a good addition to my semi-interactive “Press” section of my website, which expands on some of my art-related activities with links and photographs:

Google Mapping my CV

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  1. Google Mapping My C.V., Part II | Orange Barrel Industries
    April 11, 2013

    […] few days ago, I turned the exhibitions list from my curriculum vitae into a Google map. It was so much fun, I decided to add in print collections around the globe that have my work in […]


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