Keisha Oliver is assistant professor of art and design at the University of The Bahamas, where she also heads the Visual Arts and Design Department. As a curator and researcher, her scholarship investigates historical and contemporary Afro-Caribbean practices with a focus on colonial and postcolonial influences in Bahamian visual culture. Her published and creative work has appeared in Caribbean journals including Interviewing Caribbean and ARC Magazine as well as publications for The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas. She contributed to the first co-authored text dedicated to contemporary Caribbean Art, A-Z Caribbean Art (2019). At the Clark, she will work on her current research, “Lost Voices in Bahamian Visual Culture,” an archival project documenting marginalized art histories beginning with the 1950s.