Oona Mosna, Film
Artist, author, and curator Oona Mosna has organized more than one thousand screenings, retrospectives and performances for venues internationally. She has also produced dozens of films, which have screened at Tate Modern, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, Musem of Modern Art (MoMA), New York Film Festival, and Berlinale. She is artistic director of Media City Film Festival in Windsor-Detroit.

Jonathan Rajewski, Visual Art
Artist and writer Jonathan Rajewski lives in Detroit, Michigan. He is a co-founder of the Hamtramck Free School. His work and writing has appeared in The Yale Review, Mousse MagazineThe Exhibitionist (MIT Press), and Essay’d (Wayne State Press).

Chris Tysh, Poetry
Poet and playwright Chris Tysh is the author of ten books, the latest of which is Derrida’s In/Voice published by BlazeVOX in 2020. She holds fellowships from The National Endowment of the Arts and the Kresge Foundation. She teaches at Wayne State University.

Rebecca Mazzei, Editor & Founder
As co-owner of the decade-old independent arts space Trinosophes, located in Detroit’s historic Eastern Market, Rebecca Mazzei is a curator and publisher whose other projects include Two Rooms Records and Trinosophes Editions. With her partner, musician Joel Peterson, Trinosophes presents multidisciplinary programming by local, national, and international artists. Previously, Mazzei served as deputy director + special projects at Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, assistant dean at College for Creative Studies, and arts and culture editor at Detroit’s Metro Times alternative newsweekly.

Michael Jackman, Copy Editor
Michael Jackman spent fifteen years at Detroit’s Metro Times, where he started as copy editor and worked his way up to senior editor. Since being laid off in 2018, he has been finishing up a nonfiction book about Detroit in the 1940s.

George Tysh, Editor at-large
George Tysh, in 1964, was a founding member of the Detroit Artists Workshop, and from 1980 to 1991 he coordinated LINES: New Writing at The Detroit Institute of Arts. He has received fellowships from The National Endowment for the Arts and The Kresge Foundation, and an Arts Achievement Award from Wayne State University. His most recent books include THE SLIP (2015) and A THOUSAND WORDS AND OTHERS (2020), both from BlazeVOX. For several years, Tysh served as Arts Editor at Detroit’s Metro Times newsweekly.

Editorial Intern
Todd Bates

Research & Development
Salt & Cedar | Paris

Collaborating Organization
Media City Film Festival

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Founded in 2020, Three Fold is an independent quarterly based in Detroit that presents exploratory points of view on arts, culture, and society in addition to original works in various media, including visual art, literature, film and the performing arts. We solicit and commission contributions from artists, writers, and activists around the world. Three Fold is a publication of Trinosophes Projects, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

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