Monika Krajewska

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Monika Krajewska
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Monika Krajewska
Born Warsaw, Poland
Nationality Polish-Jewish
Occupation Artist, writer, calligrapher, activist
Religion Judaism
Spouse(s) Stanisław Krajewski

Monika Krajewska is a Polish-Jewish activist, mizrah artist, writer, photographer, and Jewish gravestone art and Hebrew language calligraphy specialist.[1]

Biography[edit]

Monika Krajewska was born in a Jewish family in Warsaw. She is married to a philosopher and Polish consultant of American Jewish Committee, Stanisław Krajewski.[2]

At present Monika Krajewska is a teacher at Lauder-Morash Private Jewish School in Warsaw.

She is a member of The Guild of American Papercutters and Jewish Community of Warsaw.[2]

A recipient (jointly with her husband) of the Lifetime Achievement Award of the Taube Foundation for Jewish Life & Culture and American Jewish Committee, presented during the 23rd Jewish Culture Festival in Kraków.[3]

Books[edit]

  • 1982 – Czas kamieni – translated to English as Stones time[4] and French as Le temps des pierres[5]
  • 2009 – Mój młodszy brat (en. My younger brother)

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