Alinta Sara is an independent curator, art historian, and workshop producer.
She was born in Reunion Island, grew up in Martinique and is now based in London. She is the co-founder of Bokantaj, a collaborative initiative that aims to raise greater awareness about the historical trajectories and universal themes that connect communities in the global South. Her current research is on the Afro Brazilian architectural heritage in the Bight of Benin and reflects on the link between collect memory, space, and architecture. Alinta Sara is working as a lecturer at the CLCC at Imperial College as well as a freelance workshop producer with various organizations and galleries in London such as the October Gallery, Lon-Art, the Africa Centre. She managed the Sickle Cell Society heritage project ”Our Journey, our story,” which looked at the history of sickle-cell disease in the UK. She co-curated the exhibition Divinations of Worlds to Come at the Agency Gallery as well as the exhibitions The Colour of Pain at Imperial College, Our Journey, Our Story at the Black Cultural Archives.