Linda Wolfsgruber is a world-renowned artist who has exhibited her work throughout Europe, United States and Japan. She has won many awards including Austrian Children's and Juvenile Book award for illustration and the Golden Apple at the Biennal of Illustration in Bratislava; she has also been nominated for the Hans Christian Andersen Award. Her striking illustrations appear in many books including: Inanna: from the Myths of Ancient Sumer, Stories from the Life of Jesus, Brunhilda and the Ring, A daisy is a daisy. She lives in Vienna.

Linda Wolfsgruber è un'artista conosciuta in tutto il mondo e ha esposto i suoi lavori in Europa, Stati Uniti e Giappone. Ha vinto diversi premi tra cui 'Austrian Children's and Juvenile Book award' per l'illustratione e il 'Golden Apple' alla Biennale di Illustrazione di Bratislava; è stata anche nominata per l'Hans Christian Andersen Award'. Le sue suggestive illustrazioni compaiono così libri tra cui Inanna: from the Myths of Ancient Sumer, Stories from the Life of Jesus, Brunhilda and the Ring, A daisy is a daisy. Vive a Vienna.

Federica Pagnucco works on illustration and crafts. She has obtained numerous acknowledgements; she has been selected as the Illustrations Exhibition at the Bologna Children Books Fair; she has exhibited in Japan and Korea and in various personal exhibitions. She has to her credit various publications with Italian and foreign publishers and has realized various illustrated albums.
She designs and makes pieces of furniture, objects d’art and games using mainly paper, wood and fabric.
She collaborates with schools and organizations in planning creative programs and she holds courses on illustration and expressive workshops for young people and adults.
She lives in Valvasone (Pordenone)

Federica Pagnucco lavora nell’illustrazione e artigianato artistico. Ha ottenuto numerosi riconoscimenti ed è stata selezionata alla mostra di illustrazione della Bologna Children's Book fair; ha esposto in Giappone e Corea e in diverse personali. Ha pubblicato diversi libri con i editori italiani ed esteri e ha illustrato numerosi albi.
Progetta e realizza oggetti d'arredo, decorazioni e giochi usando prevalentemente carta, legno e stoffa.
Collabora con scuole ed enti nella progettazione di progetti creativi, tiene corsi d'illustrazione e workshop per bambini, ragazzi adulti.
Vive a Valvasone (Pordenone)

Thomas Renolder studied psychology and education theory at the University of Innsbruck and Salzburg; he studied painting and animation films at the Academy of Applied Arts in Vienna. Since the age of sixteen, he has worked in the sectors of music, painting, film, installation and performance. He has made numerous personal experimental and animated films and some commercials. Leader of the animations studios at the Vienna Art School and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. He has been Curator of the Animation Avangarde programs at the Vienna Indipendent Shorts Film Festival and director of the One Day Animation Festival in Vienna.

Thomas Renolder ha studiato psicologia e pedagogia all'Università di Innsbruck e Salisburgo; ha studiato pittura e animazione all'Accademia di Belle Arti di Vienna. Dall'età di sedici anni ha lavorato nei settori della musica, pittura, film, installazioni a performance. Ha realizzato numerosi film sperimentali e animati e alcune pubblicità. È direttore degli studi di animazione Scuola d'Arte di Vienna e all'Accademia di Belle Arti. È stato curatore dei programmi 'Animation Avangarde' al Festival dei Cortometraggi Indipendenti di Vienna e direttore del 'One Day Animation Festival' di Vienna.

Peter Rosmanith attended the Academy of Music in Vienna and learned jazz drums and percussion with Prof. Fritz Ozmec. Subsequently, he turned to non-European music and became intensely involved in Indian, Arab and Afro-Cuban rhythms and learned to play the tabla with the Indian master drummer who lives in Vienna, Jatinder Takur. Rosmanith's world-encompassing percussion skills runs the gamut from the African balaphone, Arab frame drums, Indian tablas and the Caribbean steel drum and - depending on his mood - everyday objects as well. Rosmanith's hands can make almost any object play music. Rosmanith can be heard on more than 40 CDs.