Tomorrow I will plan a walk so that I can go around all of the places below for Sqaure Mile. I will also take a letter on the walk so that I can collaborate with the public. My aim is still to use the Johari window theme with collaboration, and York facts. Complete both projects and then when I develop the photos I can see which works better as a series.
Guy Fawkes Born Stonegate (street near minster) 1570 – Baptised at St Micheal le Belfrey (York was the centre of the Catholic revolt) Plot to kill King james the first and restore a catholic monarch to the throne
Dick Turpin – Grave – St George Cemetery, Lead Mill Lane (off of Piccadilly)
York – the most haunted city in Europe (https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2002/aug/10/arts.artsnews (16/08/2017))
Mad Alice – Lunds Court Snickleway – Mad Alice killed her husband after suffering years of violence at his hands. After murdering him she was hanged at York Castle in 1825 – between Swinegate and old peter gate.
365 Pubs – The Yorkshire Terrier by York brewery – 10 Stonegate, The Golden Fleece – Pavement (better place of transition – and wont replicate Stonegate from Guy Fawkes), Kings Arms, Kings Staith – (transition Yes, but so photographed it’s a cliché)
Unrepealed Law – In the city of York it is legal to murder a Scotsman within the ancient city walls, but only if he is carrying a bow and arrow (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1568475/Ten-stupidest-laws-are-named.html (accessed on 16/08/2017))
(Scots and Parliamentarian siege of York – Walmgate Bar – Lamel Hill 1644 – Canons attacked York) (Battle of Marston Moor – defeated the Royalists of York) – Oliver Cromwell
Could Photo the Spread Eagle Pub (Marstons Brewery) from Walmgate Bar
York and the Vikings – Coppergate- Jorvik All saints day 866 Halfdan and Ivar the Boneless took york, retreated then retook it in the following year – vikings were on the whole hard-working tradesmen and not as savage as they are made out to be. Made Pottery, Swords (blacksmiths), Shipbuilders etc. St Olaves Chrurch (olafe) Marygate – St Marys Bishophill – coppergate/Jorvik centre (transition – busy)
Layered dig showing ground levels changes from 1st century to modern era at the back of the Library
York Minster – From Petergate and include St Michael le Belfrey or from College Street Minster Yard with the tudor buildings
Rowntrees – Tanners Moat, castlgate (historic sites of rowntrees or haxby road (now nestle)
Psychiatry and its modernisation in York –The Retreat 1790 (quakers) following death of Hannah Mills at Bootham. William Tuke, private rooms, non violence, modernised psychiatric care, dignity
The Shambles – Diagon Alley (Harry Potter) – Anglo Saxon The Great Flesh Shambles (fleshammeles) because of the Butchers (see if York Coin Collectors has a Potter themed Coin) Transition – Shambles from Kings Square, snickleways into market
Constantine the Great – St Leonards Place (theatre Royal) and York Minster