- The Commission 12th ICA Conference Digital Approaches to Cartographic Heritage, 26-28 April 2017, Venice, Italy
- The Commission one day Pre-Conference Workshop Mapping Tools for Non-Mapping Experts: Incorporating Geospatial Visualization Tools in Libraries in the frame of the 28th ICC2017, 1 July 2017, Washington DC
- Lisbon, Portugal, 6-7 June 2016: 1st Workshop on The Origin and Evolution of Portolan Charts hosted in the Navy Museum (Jerónimos Monastery)
Participants of the Lisbon portolan charts workshop organised by the Commission member Dr Joaquim Alves Gaspar and hosted by the Lisbon Navy Museum; in association with Tony Campbell and Evangelos Livieratos
- Riga, Latvia, 20-22 April 2016: the National Library of Latvia hosted the 11th ICA Conference on Digital Approaches to Cartographic Heritage jointly with the 20th Conference of the Map & Geoinformation Curators Group "The one who wants to last is the one who is willing to change: Old Maps for New User Profiles". More
- Vienna, Austria, 10-12 November 2015: 1st ICA European Symposium on Cartography hosted in theTechnical University of Vienna
- Corfu, Greece, 27-29 May 2015: 10th ICA Conference Digital Approaches to Cartographic Heritage hosted in the Ionian University, Geography Dept., together with the Tutorial "Georeference for non-experts". More
The Commission is associated with the International Map & Geoinformation Curators Group - MAGIC established in 2014. The MAGIC Group is the continuation of the former "LIBER - Groupe des Cartothécaires" (1978-2014).
The Commission is supported by institutions willing to work voluntarily as groups and actively participate in its activities. The Supporting Institutions are up to now: the Map Library of the Cartographic and Geologic Institute of Catalonia (ICGC) Barcelona; the Laboratories of Photogrammetry and Cartography of the University IUAV of Venice (IUAV); the Map Section of the National Library of Scotland (NLS) Edinburgh, the Department of Cartography and Geoinformation of Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) Budapest; the CartoGeoLab - Laboratory of Cartography & Geographical Analysis of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH); the History Department of the Ionian University (IU) Corfu and the Hellenic Cartographic Society (HCS)
The Commission work is selectively reported in e-Perimetron the international quarterly web journal on sciences and technologies affined to history of cartography and maps, established in 2006.
The journal (ISSN 1790-3769) counts 11 volumes and 44 issues with 218 papers and 2650 pages. The access rate of the journal is ca 10 single visits per day.