Highlights include an interactive printing event, a selling print fair, and talks from the likes of illustrator Mr Bingo and Creative Review editor Patrick Burgoyne.
The festival takes place in a range of venues across the city, including Leeds Gallery and Leeds College of Music.
The aim is to champion contemporary and traditional print-making processes.
An opening night celebration will feature The Print Project and Nomad Press helping visitors get inked up and make their own prints.
Meanwhile a print selling fair will see works from the likes of Dust, Print For Good and the Leeds College of Art Graphic Design Course up for sale.
And print works will also be showing at venues Colours May Vary and Café 164 throughout the week.
The Print Talks programme will be held at Leeds College of Music, with the full lineup yet to be announced.
Leeds Print Festival runs at various venues around Leeds from 24-31 January. For more information visit www.leedsprintfestival.com.