• Date and time: Wednesday 22 June 2022, 11am to 3.30pm
  • Location: In-person only
    York Medical Society, Stonegate (Map)
  • Admission: Free admission, booking not required

Event details

Drop by to see Stonegate’s archival history reimagined through a digital lens! 

This exhibition will feature work created in less than a week by University of York students as part of a ‘Digital Creativity Week’, combining technology and students’ imaginations with material from the Borthwick Institute for Archives and York Minster Library. Drop by and see their exciting and original creations whilst exploring York’s past, present and future.

Forming the background to this exhibition, ‘Digital Creativity Week’ is a week-long event for University of York students of any subject to work together and develop their ideas around technology and research through workshops exploring digital skills, archival collections and creative practice. Check out the Digital Creativity Week website to see what previous years' students have created as part of the week and explore our Digital Creativity Skills Guide for inspiration on how you can get digitally creative yourself.

For wheelchair access please contact 01904 322078 or yorkfestivalofideas@york.ac.uk.

Image credit: © University of York

 

About the speakers

The exhibition is created by students from the University of York, with support from the Digital Creativity Week team, which is made up of staff from Library, Archives and Learning Services at the University of York, combining the work of the Digital Scholarship and Engagement team, Borthwick Institute for Archives and York Minster Library.

Partners

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Venue details

  • Wheelchair accessible