28 April-1 May
45 of the UK’s finest printmakers showcase their work in the festival championing the original hand-made print. Meet the artists, discover more about their methods, and maybe find a treasured print to take home with you.
Printfest is more than your average exhibition – it’s a unique opportunity to really get under the skin of this wonderfully creative artform, with all the displaying artists on-hand to talk to you about their practice. With Fringe activities from workshops to miniature exhibitions extending out of The Coro and into the town, it’s a festival that genuinely lives and breathes the mantra that good art should be available and affordable for everyone.
As well as being able to browse, talk, and buy from the likes of Printfest's headline artists - Printmaker of the Year 2022 Anita Klein and Printmakers’ Printmaker Helen Murgatroyd - you can vote for your favourite artist, purchase your own printmaking supplies, refresh yourself with a drink and bite to eat, take home a memento in the form of the highly collectable Printfest catalogue, and much more.
Opening Talk: £3
Printfest Preview: £5 (available online only)
*Students, under 18s and people with disablities
By booking you agree to our Conditions of Sale and Entry including our refund policy.
Thursday 28 April, 6pm
Hear from Printfest’s headline artists as they talk about their work: their inspirations, subject matter and environments that enable them to develop and create their imagery through their methods of printmaking.
Tickets: £3, online and on the door
Friday 29 April, 6.30-9pm
Beat the crowds and be first to see this year's exhibition.
Tickets: £5, also valid for the Main Exhibition. Available online only and in limited numbers.
Saturday 30 April, 10am-5pm
Sunday 1 May, 10am-4pm
The main event!
Tickets: £5, online and on the door, valid for the whole weekend.
Students, under 18s, and people with disabilities go free.
A short note on safety
Although no longer mandatory, we encourage all visitors to wear face coverings when indoors, keep a safe distance from others, use hand sanitisers and wash hands regularly, and check in with the NHS Test and Trace app if able to do so. All Coro staff and volunteers will continue to wear face coverings.