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Sheffield Print Fair celebrates its ninth anniversary – and gets a brand new venue

While away an hour or two browsing artwork by more than 40 of the best printmakers in Sheffield and beyond this Saturday at Millennium Gallery.

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Print fans, unite! Sheffield Print Fair returns for its ninth annual outing, and this time it’s setting up shop at the Millennium Gallery to showcase the finest printmaking art from across the region and beyond.

More than 40 printmakers from all over the UK will populate the space, representing local, national, emerging and established print artists, with Sheffield favourites including Carousel Print Studio, Sarah Abbott, Florence Blanchard and Borg in attendance.

Georgia Green Dartmoor Tiger

'Dartmoor Tiger'

Georgia Green

There will be live and interactive print demonstrations throughout the day, alongside a free ‘have a go’ print workshop for the kids. If you’re one of the first fifty people through the doors, you’ll get an exclusive screen-printed tote bag.

Sheffield Print Fair co-organiser James Green told us: “We run the Sheffield Print Fair each year as a way of celebrating print and printmakers from Sheffield and beyond.

"Both myself and co-organiser Suzi Thompson are printmakers and are genuine enthusiasts of the various mediums involved, and just simply want to spread the word about how it all works. By having a print fair we can give print artists an opportunity to sell and show their work on this special day."

This year’s Sheffield Print Fair takes place on Saturday 12 November, 10am-4pm at the Millennium Gallery, 48 Arundel Gate, S1 2PP.

Learn more

A full list of featured printmakers is available on the Sheffield Print Fair website.

The Millennium Gallery is fully wheelchair accessible from the Winter Garden or Cadman Lane entrances, and from the Arundel Gate entrance, using the elevator to reach the upper floor. Assistance dogs are the only dogs permitted inside the Gallery.

by Felicity Jackson (she/her)
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