Keisha Oliver is a social artist, community facilitator, and academic whose cross-disciplinary practice explores themes of identity, social equity and cultural heritage within the African diaspora.
She joined the University of The Bahamas in 2013 where she now works as an Assistant Professor and Head of the Visual Arts and Design Department. She is the principal of KOliver Design, a design and branding studio, and co-founder of Summer Arts Immersion, an intensive creative program for high school students. Keisha holds degrees in Graphic Design from the University for the Creative Arts and the University of The Arts London. She also contributes as an arts writer, photographer, and independent curator with creative and non-profit organizations invested in advancing Caribbean visual culture.