YASS Events in 2022


Updated: 24 April 2022


Meetings and events in 2022

Our York Anglo-Scandinavian Society meetings are held at the Norwegian Study Centre, Quantum House, University of York, Heslington, YO10 5BR at 7.30pm. You can download a PDF file listing the YASS meetings and events for January to June 2022. [ Download PDF file – YASS Meetings and Events Jan to June 2022 ]

For more information about YASS and what we do, send an email to YASS Secretary  (yasssecretary@gmail.com).

Fordings-Daniel-Gustafsson-Jan-2020 Wednesday
26 January
7:30 pm
An evening of new Anglo-Scandinavian Poetry Daniel Gustafsson
– a bilingual poet in York
[see NOTE below re Covid-19]
Danish/Icelandic Film - Arctic Thursday 24 February 7:30pm February Film – “Arctic”
A film in Danish/Icelandic with
English sub-titles. Directed by Joe
Penna.
“One of the best movies ever made
about survival”
 
The-Gosforth-Cross-Víðarr-and-Fenir Thursday
24 March
7:30 pm
Apocalyptic Imagery on Anglo-Scandinavian Stone Crosses Dr Amanda Doviak
[see NOTE below re Covid-19]
Imageof Danish Golden Age painting Tuesday
29 March
6:00 pm
Online event – tickets £10
Danish Golden Age Painting
Prof David Jackson, University of Leeds, School of Fine Art, History of Art &  Cultural Studies https://www.artscapades.org/tickets/danish  
print-YASS-logo Wednesday
27 April
7:30 pm
Annual General Meeting The YASS AGM 2022 –
with some Danish reflections from John Christmas
[see NOTE below re Covid-19]
Murton-Park-Viking-Village-huts Saturday
14
May
Visit to Murton Park Viking Village

See more at: https://murtonpark.co.uk

contact: yasssecretary@gmail.com

 
Sankt-Hans-Aften Friday
17 June
7:30 pm
Sankt Hans Aften with Bonfire and outdoor social evening
Contact YASS Secretary in advance. Please bring some refreshments to share  

Covid-19 coronavirus advice: The University of York asks for face-coverings to be worn in the NSC building and meeting room. The University also expects staff and students to take regular Covid tests, as this protects others, and many people with coronavirus may have no symptoms, but can still pass on the virus to others.