(London, U.K., 1991) Art researcher and educator. She is an associate lecturer at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London, having also completed her PhD there. Although her PhD focused on the Havana Biennial with an emphasis on Cuban contemporary art, her specialisations span across global biennials, contemporary Asian art, and contemporary British diaspora art. While completing her PhD, Jasmine spent time studying at the Universidad de la Habana, Cuba, and simultaneously worked on the 12th Havana Biennial. More recently, Jasmine has been working for Tate in London in their schools and learning department. She has also been focusing on arts education more widely, concentrating on diversity and inclusion. She has been collaborating with groups such as the 1989 Collective and the Brilliant Club’s Scholars Programme to reach out to secondary schools in outer London boroughs to ensure the dissemination of British diaspora art to the next generation.