The Sheffield Print Fair is now in its 4th year and still with a purpose of promoting printmaking in its many forms, allowing printmakers from Sheffield and beyond to show and sell their work, and let the public see how prints are made. There will be 44 artists/printmakers who use linocut, monoprint, intaglio, lithography, digital, woodcut, risograph and more.
Past events have attracted over 1000 people to the one-day event, and with print demonstrations throughout the day and a kids workshop too, there is plenty for all to see.
Design, Print and Illustration students from Sheffield Hallam Uni will be showing their work to the world for the first time.
The event is also a fundraiser for St Mary's Church and Community Centre, to help raise money for projects helping the homeless and refugees.
Find a full list of exhibitors at:
Sheffield Print Fair 2016 takes place at:
St Mary's Church and Community Centre
Open 10am-4pm, entry is £1 (free for under 16s), and food and drinks are available in their cafe.
(Artwork designed by Jonathan Wilkinson aka We Live Here, and the event is supported by Folksy and Sheffield Hallam University / Sheffield Institute of Arts).