When
27th April
10:30-5

Where
Bluecoat

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Liverpool Print Fair is a biannual print fair showcasing affordable art from a variety of talented printmakers, designers and artists. The fair brings together printmakers carefully selected by The Print Social from applicants across the UK. Now in its third year, Liverpool Print Fair is better than ever and it’s a great place to treat yourself to some amazing affordable art.

One of the great things about Liverpool Print Fair is the diverse mix of artists, designers, illustrators and printmakers that the event showcases. There’s something to suit everyone’s budget and tastes and you’re bound to find a new favourite print among the stalls.

Head over to the stallholders page to view the amazing talent that’s been showcased so far at Liverpool Print Fair.

Bluecoat

School Lane,
Liverpool
L1 3BX

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The Bluecoat Print Studio is a vibrant open access printmaking facility based within the Bluecoat Gallery and studios in the heart of Liverpool City Centre. Committed to promoting and facilitating the exploration of print, Bluecoat Print Studio offer workshops, exhibitions, residencies and low cost rental of studios to artists.

The Bluecoat have both a screen print and an etching studio which experienced printmakers can hire throughout the week. If you are an experienced printmaker and would like to find out more about hiring visit the Bluecoat website.

Introductory workshops are available for beginners and intermediate workshops for those who would like to expand their print knowledge, all taught by experts in their field.

Screen printing workshop with The Print Social at Light Night 2016

The Print Social

theprintsocial.com

The Print Social was formed by a group of friends in Liverpool who are excited about traditional print methods and were looking for a way to meet similar folk. The group is intended to provide a platform for both experienced and inexperienced printmakers (as well as those who have yet to try printmaking) to share knowledge and get involved in exhibitions and bigger projects.

We organise a meetup every couple of months to get out of the studio, grab a coffee or a beer and chat about what we’ve been working on. This gives us a great opportunity to discuss ideas, solve technical problems and share tips on the best places to buy materials.