On arrival, audience members were invited to etch their own glowing LED badge before being guided to York's contentious and iconic Brutalist building, Stonebow House. The top floor featured artworks by BA Fine Art students from York St John University as well as a rare opportunity to enjoy 360 degree views of York.
An improvised music trail by York St John University Music students invited visitors to make their way down Fossgate to collect their own set of prints from illuminated umbrellas. Prints were all inspired by the diverse cultures represented through restaurants on Fossgate and Walmgate.
The trail ended with tasters of food and drink at National Centre for Early Music and a finale performance of David Lancaster's composition Vespertine by Bramble Napskins.
National Centre for Early Music | York St John University
BA Fine Art and Music Students from York St John University | Stuart Childs | Yorkshire Film Archive | Bicis y Mas | Spring Espresso | Walmgate Ale House