Sergejs Kazarnovskis — Educator, director, director and art director of the Klass-Center public school.
Natālija Bārbjē — Journalist, designer, editor-in-chief of the Mezzanine magazine. She graduated from the Faculty of Journalism of Moscow State University and graduate school with a degree in art criticism. Trained at the Air Force. She started as a correspondent for the newspaper Literaturnaya Rossiya, Literaturnaya Gazeta, Ogonyok magazine. She worked as editor of the magazine "Domovoy". In 1998 she came up with the idea of the Mezzanine magazine and since then has been its editor-in-chief. She was the first in Russia to write about interiors, and the Mezzanine magazine became the first domestic magazine about decor. Every year, it holds important exhibitions for Moscow interior specialists: "Week of Decor", "Week of Gardens" and "Table Decor".
Vera Polozkova — She wrote for the newspaper A Book Review, and the magazines Cosmopolitan and Afisha. Until 2008, she worked in ART4.RU Contemporary Art Museum. Her first public performance took place in 2007 in the Bulgakov House. Her first book of poems Nepoemanie was published in 2008, by the writer Alexander Zhitinsky, whom she met through her blog. In February 2009, the skid was awarded Curiosities in the nomination Poetr Polozkova is one of the heroines of the book of the journalist and poet Yulia idlis Runet. The created idols, published in 2010. Heroes of the book - the eight most famous, brilliant and successful Russian bloggers. Vera Polozkova - winner of the Rimma Kazakova Prize 2011. In 2012 Polozkova nominated for Snob Magazine award Made in Russia in the category Literature for the synthesis of the literature with other arts. In 2013, Vera becomes the nominee Parabola Award, established in 2013, the same year they Andrei Voznesensky's fund, headed by the widow of the poet, writer Zoya Boguslavskaya.