This is the official website for Sheffield Print Fair. We organise fairs especially for printmakers and for those wanting to come and buy prints in Sheffield! All updates on events will be posted here for upcoming events.

Friday, 28 June 2019

Sheffield Print Fair 2019 - Call for artists!

We are proud to launch the 7th annual 'Sheffield Print Fair', which will take place on Saturday 9th November 2019, at St Mary's Church & Community Centre, Bramall Lane, Sheffield.

The event will run from 10am until 4pm, and will feature printmaker stalls as well as print demonstrations and kids print workshops throughout the day. This year, we will also be introducing a print raffle too! The event is a fundraiser for St Mary's and their projects helping homeless people and refugees.

We are being generously supported by online craft-selling hosts Folksy, and Hawthorn Printmaker Supplies, who will be at the fair with their presses and other printmaking goodies. We are also being newly supported by the amazing print superstars Awesome Merchandise!

We are offering 44 stalls at the event for artists/printmakers. We are now looking for applicants for the event, printmakers from Sheffield and beyond; woodcut, mezzotint, linocut, screen-print, wood-engravings, digital prints, monoprints and more! We are also for people who are interested in doing a demonstration of their print technique (to whom we will offer a free table).

Please note - We can't accept prints that are simply reproductions/scans of artworks created in other media.

The application deadline is 2nd September 2019, and we will inform all applicants of the result by 9th September 2019.

Stalls are £65 each (a 6ftx2ft table), or £32.50 for a half-table. There is space behind each table for a display board if you wanted to bring one, and some room by the side for small print browsers.

Application Forms and Information Sheet 
Application Form (Word Format)
Information Sheet (Word Format)

Please read the 'Information Sheet' before completing the Application Form, and send your completed forms to, and remember that we cannot consider applications if they are not accompanied by images of your work.

Any questions, drop us a line.



(This year's fantastic poster image was created by Leeds artist/printmaker James Bywood)

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