Zofia Weiss is an art historian who specialises in the works of Wojciech Weiss, her grandfather, a prominent Polish painter and symbolist of the Young Poland movement. She is also the owner of the Zofia Weiss Gallery and the founder and president of the Wojciech Weiss Museum Foundation, which help young artists, students and graduates of the Krakow Academy of Fine Arts by providing curatorial, financial and pastoral support.
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Patrick Cruywagen is the Editor of Land Rover Monthly. This is his second editorial role at a 4×4 magazine, having previously been an Editor at SA4X4 Magazine. His book, Your Bucket List: 150 Must-Do Experiences in Southern Africa, published by Map Studio in 2014, is the result of a decade of Southern African travel while working for SA4x4 Magazine.
Land Rover Monthly is packed full of essentials on driving, modifying, maintaining, exploring and buying information for Land … Keep Reading
Anne Laure Camilleri is a Paris-based photographer and journalist whose special interests include art, cultural preservation, sustainable livelihoods and traditional crafts in rural communities. As a Selvedge contributor, Anne combines her interests into features that are intricate and culturally nuanced.
Selvedge magazine celebrates the art of fine textiles and acknowledges their significance as a part of everyone’s story in every context, from the Industrial Revolution to the computer age.
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Tim Cooke is a teacher, writer and creative writing PhD student. In the 2022 Award Ceremony, New Welsh Review announced Tim as winner of the New Welsh Writing Awards 2022: Rheidol Prize for Prose with a Welsh Theme or Setting. He won the award with his blended nonfiction book, River.
River uses the River Ogmore in Bridgend to shape the narrative. By presenting a series of real events, memories and fictions connected in some way to the flow of … Keep Reading
Clare has been involved with textiles as a community artist, exhibition curator and banner maker for the last thirty years. As well as an award-winning author, Clare has established the community enterprise NeedleWorks in Glasgow to celebrate local history and document community experiences through the art of sewing.
She is also a contributor to one of the longest-standing and most respected textile publications, Embroidery Magazine, published by the Embroiderers’ Guild, to promote and encourage the art of embroidery … Keep Reading