Rocío Aranda-Alvarado is a curator at El Museo del Barrio, NY. She conducts research and exhibitions on modern and contemporary art of the Americas and is adjunct faculty at the City College of New York.
Andre Bagoo is a journalist and poet from Trinidad. His poetry has been published in journals such as Boston Review and St Petersburg Review. His first book, Trick Vessels, is published by Shearsman Books..
Frédérique Blaize is the editor-in-chief of the Caribbean cultural webzine Boucan, which is produced in collaboration with Cedric Francillette to promote Caribbean art in Europe.
Dominique Brebion is the arts advisor to the Regional Cultural Affairs Board of Martinique. She is also a founding member of the International Association of Art Critics, Southern Caribbean (AICA – SC).
Marta Fernández Campa is a Fulbright grantee and PhD candidate at the University of Miami. Her dissertation explores the role of counter-memory in the work of Caribbean visual artists and writers.
Janice Cheddie is a UK-based writer on contemporary visual culture, difference, cultural translation and issues of cultural democracy. Currently, she is a visiting lecturer at the University of Greenwich.
Anne Errey is an artist, curator, educator, coach and mentor. Her work explores ephemera along with installations using image, text and classical improvisation.
Andil Gosine teaches at York University in Toronto, and is currently working on ‘Wardrobes’, a series of art objects, happenings and performances running through November 2013.
Erica Moiah James, PhD is assistant professor in the History of Art and African American Studies at Yale University. She previously served as founding director and chief curator of The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas from 2003- 2011.
Suzanne Lampla is an English teacher and a member of AICA – Southern Caribbean. She has articles published in ARTHEME Magazine, as well as translations in numerous exhibition catalogues.
Mandisa Pantin is a writer and filmmaker from Trinidad and Tobago. She is currently working on her MPhil in Cultural Studies at the University of the West Indies, St Augustine.
Rob Perrée studied Dutch, literature and art history at the University of Amsterdam. He has published several books, essays and articles in various art magazines, catalogues and newspapers.