Leeds Print Festival: free tickets for CR subscribers

The 2015 Leeds Print Festival opens on January 24 with a great line-up of exhibitions, talks and a print fair. And CR subscribers can get free tickets

The 2015 Leeds Print Festival opens on January 24 with a great line-up of exhibitions, talks and a print fair. And CR subscribers can get free tickets

This year’s Leeds Print Festival kicks off with both a print exhibition and print fair starting on Saturday January 24. The exhibition, at Leeds Gallery, Munro House and The Robert Tebb Print Wall, Leeds College of Music will include work from a wide variety of practitioners including Counter Press (shown top), Nick Deakin (print shown above), Idiot’s Pasture, Sara Harris and Esther McManus (work shown below).

The Print Fair will also be at Leeds Gallery, Munro House. Exhibitors who work in a diverse range of print media will be at The Print Fair talking about and selling their work. They include The Lost Fox, The Designers Republic, and The Print Project.

Ditto Press

Paul Heys

Saturday January 31 will see a day of print-related talks at Leeds College of Music hosted by CR editor Patrick Burgoyne. Thse speking include Ben Freeman of Ditto Press, Alec Dudson of Intern Magazine, Paul Heys of Neubau and the Kubrick Archive and family form Perrott Bespoke Printing.

Full details here

Idiot’s Pasture

We have 30 free tickets for the Leeds Print Festival to give away exclusively to CR subscribers. All you have to do is register your interest here and we’ll select 30 lucky people at random to attend.

 

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