2nd & 3rd March 2024
Printed Bound, Leeds’ biggest artists’ book and print fair is back! Join us for our celebration of artists’ books and print in the 1912 Mill for a weekend of workshops, demonstrations, food, drink and shopping – with over 50 printmakers, studios, artists and collectives selling and exhibiting their work. Expect to see screenprints, monoprints, risographs, etchings, zines, handmade books and more.
Open 10am – 4pm on Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd March
£3 on the door (under 12s free). Free parking on site.
THINGS TO SEE & DO
SATURDAY EMERGING ARTISTS
SUNDAY EMERGING ARTISTS
Please note – the venue of Printed Bound is on the first floor of the 1912 Mill, which is accessed via one flight of stairs or a wheelchair accessible lift. We will have attendants on hand to offer assistance. If you have any queries, please email [email protected].
The fair will be loud and busy at times, but areas of the Mills, including the Gallery and Tea Room will be open throughout the weekend for a more relaxed shopping and seating experience.
Free parking, included limited accessible parking is available around the Mill site and on Farsley Town Street.
If you need any assistance throughout the weekend, find a Mill Host in a pink hi vis vest, or visit the information point outside the 1912 Mill for support.
Assistance Dogs ONLY.
AROUND THE MILLS
On Saturday our textile Archive will be open for drop ins 10am – 4pm, with displays of the Mills’ historical cash books, ledgers and more. Children can get involved in the Archive’s activity area and mill office, with an Archive trail and hidden sheep to find! £2 donation per person.
Many of the Mill’s independent businesses will also be open over our festive weekend. You can visit The Art Rooms and Just Lovett Designs in Red Lane Mill, Ewe Neek in the Mending Rooms, and School of Sew and SCRAP in the Spinning Mill, as well as our food and drink outlets – Amity, Botanic Request, Farsley Fire & Smoke, Grumpy’s, Mill Kitchen, and Saint Jude.