SOME of the UK’s finest printmakers will be showcasing their work at a  festival championing the original hand-made print.

Meet the artists, discover more about their methods, and maybe find a treasured print to take home at Printfest Ulverston from April 28 to May 1.

Printfest is more than an average exhibition – it’s a unique opportunity to really get under the skin of a wonderfully creative artform, with 45 displaying artists on-hand to talk to you about their practice.

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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 - attendees can vote for their favourite artist, purchase their own printmaking supplies, refresh themself with a drink and bite to eat, take home a memento in the form of the highly collectable Printfest catalogue, and much more.

Although there will be tickets at the door, potential visitors are being urged to pre-book at: