Michael Kempson is a Senior Lecturer and Convenor of Printmaking Studies at the University of New South Wales Art & Design in Sydney. During his stay in Bangladesh as a resident of BAP, he conducts a three-day long workshop on printmaking with the practicing printmakers.

Brazilian curator Marina Coelho's interest circles around contemporary art practice in different parts of the world. During her month long stay as Bengal Arts Programmes Research Resident, she researches on the contemporary art scene of Bangladesh

Zeenat Nagree is an independent art critic and researcher based in Bombay, India. Nagree completed a Master’s in Art History, Theory and Criticism from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2016 with a focus on indigenism and internationalism in writing on Indian art.

Alice Ko's curatorial practice centers around use of urban spaces in East Asia, artistic action, social movement, and colonial history. In 2014, she organized the symposium We Are Everywhere-Community Art as part of Proletarianized Spatial Production-A Critical Approach (Hong Kong). Some recent exhibitions curated by Ko Nien-Pu include

British clay artist Richard Crooks is interested in the re-interpretation of global architectural trends in vernacular architecture. During his residency with Bengal Arts Programme, he observed trends in the various architectural styles displayed in recent residential constructions in Dhaka to inform a new body of work.