Natalie Urquhart is the Director and Chief Curator of the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands. She holds a BA in Art History (University of Glasgow), an MA in Arts Management (University of London) and has seventeen years experience in the cultural sector where she specializes in developing creative strategies, programming and exhibitions for public sector arts organizations and heritage sites. Urquhart is a leading authority on Caymanian art and has published regular papers on the subject and well as the book Art of the Cayman Islands, the islands’ first formal art history (Scala Fine Art Publishers Ltd., Fall 2016). She has served as President of the Museums Association of the Caribbean since 2017, representing the museum sector regional and internationally; a core committee member of Tilting Axis network; and as a member of the Cayman Islands National Cultural Policy Committee, where she represents the Visual Arts, Fashion and Creative Industries sectors. She is passionate about connecting diverse stakeholders through innovative public/private partnerships and increasing opportunities for Caribbean creative sector, locally and abroad.