Emilia Moniszko is a multidisciplinary artist and a social entrepreneur. Having completed BA in Fine Art at Coventry University (2014) and MA in Arts, Enterprise and Development at University of Warwick (2015), she actively promotes the city’s cultural scene through her freelance arts practice as well as through her engagement in the role of director and researcher at Kalejdoskop East-West. Emilia is a Creative Project Leader on the MA course at Warwick University (Art, Enterprise and Development) where she teaches about the importance and impact of the creative industry and the roles of arts practices within local and global development. Emilia has exhibited and performed across many local and regional spaces including: Lanchester Gallery Projects (Coventry), Fargo Village (Coventry), A.E Harris (Birmingham), Museum of Royal Worcester (Worcester), Free Range (London) and Knock Art Festival (London). Moniszko’s practice is also deeply rooted in community arts practice, mental health and well-being. Recently she spent eight months working at the Art in Minds Foundation in a role of an exhibition and publicity coordinator where she was involved in the organisation of the annual exhibition and the series of events for the World Mental Health Day. Additionally, her work produced for the foundation has won the Community Catalyst Micro-Enterprise video competition.
Rob Hamp is an author, artist and constructor. He works on art projects of an individual and collaborative nature and has exhibited in numerous exhibitions nationally and internationally over the previous 20 years. He has extensive experience within project management on commercial projects while working as a Training and Business Development Manager for Colorworks Canada and then Dentmaster. Spear headed the use of, and training in, SMART repair techniques at the outset in Europe (1994-2002) from experiences gained while working in Canada. He has from his own vision instigated and overseen numerous community projects including “0-18” in Stratford upon Avon (2012) involving 600 young people from 17 educational establishments to “A Part Meant” in Hamburg (1998). At present he is working on a number of outward facing projects including “Atomic” in collaboration with Dr. Andrea Hannon (both directors of artist led group “Ha”. “Does the disappearance of matter matter?” in collaboration with Keith Cookson (senior lighting technician at The Royal Shakespeare Company). He was selected for the Futureday project in Coventry, where his composed piece of music will be played on June 22nd derived from interpreted Ground Penetrating Radar data gained from Coventry Ring Road.