Holly Bynoe is an independent curator, writer, educator, spiritualist, Earth Ally and researcher from St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Bynoe is the co-founder of ARC Magazine, and is a graduate of Bard College|International Center of Photography where she earned an M.F.A. in Advanced Photographic Studies.
She is co-director of Caribbean Linked, a regional residency program held annually in Aruba supporting cultural exchange, and co-founder of Tilting Axis, the annual meeting charting arts activism, decolonial methodologies and models of creative sustainability across the region. Bynoe held a 5 year tenure as Chief Curator of the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas through the end of 2019.
Mostrecentlyshejoinedartsnon-profit,The HubCollectiveIncanartsnon-profitbasedon her home island of Bequia to build out their sustainable, regenerative, environmental and intergenerational pillars and is co-founder of Sour Grass, a curatorial agency supporting contemporary Caribbean art practice. Most recently, she was onboarded by Amberfi as Caribbean Arts Advisor and Mentor in their building of an NFT Marketplace for the Caribbean Free Trade Zone.