Kasia Maciejowska

Kasia Maciejowska is a British-born writer of Polish-Greek descent whose articles have appeared in the FT, Monocle, Wallpaper, and British Vogue. Her book about craft collective The House of Beauty and Culture was published by the Institute of Contemporary Arts, launched at Dover Street Market, and sold at Tate and MoMA. Consultancy clients include museums, galleries, design studios, and futures agencies. Maciejowska has curated installations across East London, edited an art magazine in Beirut, and runs a creative mentoring project for young refugee women in Athens.

Kasia Maciejowska is a British-born writer of Polish-Greek descent whose articles have appeared in the FT, Monocle, Wallpaper, and British Vogue. Her book about craft collective The House of Beauty and Culture was published by the Institute of Contemporary Arts, launched at Dover Street Market, and sold at Tate and MoMA. Consultancy clients include museums, galleries, design studios, and futures agencies. Maciejowska has curated installations across East London, edited an art magazine in Beirut, and runs a creative mentoring project for young refugee women in Athens.