Norwich Print Fair Raffle : Lockdown Edition – a chance to win a beautiful original print AND support a local charity.
The Norwich Print Fair has grown to become one of the best loved and largest independent selling shows of its kind in East Anglia. 2020 was meant to be the 25th anniversary of event, usually held at St Margaret’s Church on St Benedicts Street in Norwich, exhibiting artists original prints. Organisers have postponed the celebrations until next year when there will be an exciting schedule of talks and demonstrations and a commemorative book and also a special NPF beer!
The Mini-Print Raffle will run from Monday 7th to Saturday 19th September 2020. You will be able to see the prints displayed in the window of Circle Space on St Augustines Street and also online through the Norwich Print Fair Website and you will be able to buy tickets on the NPF Just Giving Page. The deadline for buying tickets is 2pm on Saturday 19th September.
Tickets are only £1 to be in with a chance to win a brilliant print from one of the talented exhibitors: Rob Barnes, Laura White, Sarah Bays, HJ Jackson, Louise Bird, Diana Ashdown, Laurie Rudling, Elaine Nason, Helen Maxfield, Paula White, Sally Hirst, Martin Mitchell, Jane Kemp, Anthony Dunigan, Liz Taunt, Zoe Howard, Lauren Blunt, David Jones, Colin Johnson, Vicki Johnson, Jayne McConnell, Jo Stafford & Vanessa Lubach.
Martin Mitchell, Founder of The Norwich Print Fair said, “It will be a shame not to have a full gathering of NPF Printmakers displaying their many talents but this Mini Print Raffle should give people a taste of what to expect when we are back in 2021 as well as raising money for a great cause.”
Dr Jan Sheldon CEO at St Martins said, “We are delighted to be the charity supported by the Mini Print Raffle. Many of St Martins usual fundraising activities have been cancelled or postponed this year so we welcome such a creative way to support us. All money raised will go towards providing more accommodation for homeless people in Norfolk.”
Vicki Johnson, founder, Circle Space said, “We are delighted to host the Mini Print Raffle at Circle Space – supporting local artists and community groups is exactly what we set up the venue to do”