Due to the ongoing pandemic, face-to-face lectures are currently on hiatus. However, YAYAS is running a programme of online lectures via Zoom, the details of which can be found below.
There is no need to book a place and all our virtual lectures are free to attend - all you will need is an internet connection and to download Zoom.
Wednesday 7th April, 7pm
Yorkshire Archaeological Aerial Mapping
We had a small taste of Tony Hunt's work at our 2019 AGM. With the use of a drone, Tony is able to map and record archaeological sites without even setting foot on them. As Tony says:
"All images captured using our bespoke Infrared camera and processed by the also bespoke HHGVC algorithms. Not Lidar... not Photogrammetry and not Digital Elevation models - this is differential plant reflectance... and all our own research!" With these techniques, Tony is able to render a site in 3D with non-invasive methods.
Meeting ID: 875 5704 9981
Wednesday 28th April, 7pm
More Images from the Hanstock Collection
Enjoy some rarely seen images of York as YAYAS' Keeper of the Evelyn Collection takes us on a journey through YAYAS' collection of photographs by Hanstock.
Meeting ID: 840 5662 8922
Wednesday 26th May, 7pm
The East Window of Holy Trinity, Goodramgate
Robert Andrews, Publicity Officer for The Society for Church Archaeology, will discuss the details and study of the fifteenth century east window of the Holy Trinity Church on Goodramgate, York.
Meeting ID: 810 0156 5408
Wednesday 23rd June, 7pm
AGM AND Tadcaster: Excursions and Wharfe Crossings! Rosemary Suttill and Angela Wheatcroft
Following the YAYAS AGM meeting, Rosemary will talk about 'Tadcaster: how to manage an excursion (and what can go wrong)'; and Angela will talk about 'Wharfe crossings around Tadcaster: a historical exploration.'
Meeting ID: 864 6418 7099
Below are our previous zoom lectures -
Ivan Martin's Evelyn's York: A Guided Tour.
Ian Tempest's A History of Hotels in York.
All lectures are held in the Friends' Meeting House, Friargate, York.
Lectures begin at 7.30pm although we happily provide the opportunity to enjoy refreshments and a chat from 6.45pm in the Meeting House foyer (limited seating available).
The Meeting House is accessible for wheelchair users and has a hearing loop in place. Please contact us regarding your needs if you have any access concerns as we are keen to be an accessible and disability-friendly group.
Parking - Castle car park 200m flat walk.
Bus - Clifford St/Friargate junction stop; bus numbers 4 and 7.
Train - York Railway Station 1km walk.