Leeds Print Festival 2017

This year’s event will explore contemporary print practice with help from DR ME, Pat Bradbury and People of Print

Leeds’ annual celebration of all things inky is back with a programme of speakers and events exploring print’s importance in contemporary design culture.

Saturday, April 1 sees a day of talks at Leeds College of Music. Speakers will include Marcroy Smith, the director and founder of People of Print, image-maker Pat Bradbury, Ali Hanson of It’s Nice That and Ryan Doyle and Mark Edwards, otherwise known as design studio DR ME.

Bookshop and gallery Colours May Vary will host an exhibition of prints curated by DR ME from April 1-10 while there will be a closing night party on April 1 at Leeds College of Music.

Tickets for the day of talks are just £20 and available here.

For full information go to leedsprintfestival.com

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