York Festival of Ideas 2022 – programme and free tickets available

York Festival of Ideas returns from 11 to 24 June with an eclectic programme featuring over 150 free online and in-person events. Presented under the banner of The Next Chapter, this year’s Festival promises to educate, entertain and inspire with an array of talks, performances, family activities and panel discussions. With events covering 16 different … Continue reading York Festival of Ideas 2022 – programme and free tickets available

Come to the York Festival of Ideas

York Festival of Ideas celebrates its tenth anniversary from 8-20 June with an eclectic programme featuring over 150 free online and in-person events. Presented under the banner of ‘Infinite Horizons’, this year’s Festival promises to educate, entertain and inspire with an array of talks, performances, family activities and panel discussions.  The 2021 programme also features … Continue reading Come to the York Festival of Ideas

Submit an event idea for the York Festival of Ideas 2021

York Festival of Ideas is returning in June 2021 to educate, entertain and inform with a diverse programme of mostly free events. As well as activities, the Festival team are looking for accessible and intriguing online talks relating to staff and students’ research and expertise. Submission deadline: Wednesday 9 December 2020 Find out more and submit … Continue reading Submit an event idea for the York Festival of Ideas 2021

Redesigning the York Festival of Ideas website

If you’ve visited the website for the 2019 York Festival of Ideas, you may have noticed that it has a brand new look. This post describes the process of designing the new site, and the new functionality we’ve developed for event listings in the web CMS as part of the project.

So much to look forward to

It is amazing how quickly time flies. Having just turned 21 and now well over half way through my time at university, I feel I really ought to be acting like a proper, full-time adult… I’ll let you know when that happens (don’t hold your breath). Despite shortly entering the summer term and then finishing for … Continue reading So much to look forward to