This year's York Archaeology Conference will be held in person & also live streamed via the City Council's YouTube channel.
About this event
This year's conference, organised by York Archaeological Forum, will be a hybrid event, held in person at the City Council's West Offices in York & also live streamed via the City Council's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/cityofyorkcouncil (also available as a recording after the event)
Please book in advance to attend the live event in person. Numbers are limited to 80, so if you find you cannot attend after booking please cancel your order.
Tickets are free this year, thanks to generous sponsorship by City of York Council.
There is no need to book for the live stream, just follow the link to the City Council's YouTube channel on the day (or after the event to watch the recording): https://www.youtube.com/cityofyorkcouncil
The 2022 conference will focus on recent archaeological investigation and research within the York City boundary. The talks will provide an overview of recent and ongoing projects, including archaeological work in response to development within the City, new research into the City’s Roman past, management of the City Walls as well as the new visitor experience and interpretation at Clifford’s Tower.
York Museums Trust will also be bringing along some of the engagement tools developed as part of their current Ryedale Hoard exhibition.
In addition, there’ll be a range of stalls from local organisations and books for sale.
DRAFT Programme (may be subject to change)
10.00 Registration, tea & coffee
10.30 Introduction & welcome
10.35 York Archaeology - Recent archaeological work in York
11.10 Paula Ware, MAP Archaeological Practice Ltd - Update on work at Marygate & other sites
11.45 Toby Kendall, Tetra Tech - York Central: An update on the archaeological works
12.30 Lunch (not provided for delegates) - opportunity to see YMT interactives
13.50 Prof. Martin Millett, Uni of Cambridge - Roman York Beneath the Streets: first results
14.25 Kristina Krawiec, York Archaeology/AOC - Beneath the Streets: The City of York Deposit Model Project
15.10 Tea & coffee break - opportunity to see YMT interactives
15.40 Stephen Gandolfi, City Walls Manager, City of York Council - City Walls project updates, findings & future conservation work
16.15 Mark Douglas, English Heritage - Clifford’s Tower: architectural and archaeological observations during recent development works
17.00 Conference ends