Alice Yard is administered and curated by Sean Leonard, Christopher Cozier, and Nicholas Laughlin.
= Sean Leonard is an architect who has practised in Trinidad and Tobago since 1992. He is a director of co-ord Ltd. and Basso Leonard Architects Collaborative Ltd. He has a strong interest in contemporary art enterprises, and has worked with numerous artists, designers, and performers on a wide range of creative projects.
= Christopher Cozier is an artist and writer. He has participated in a number of exhibitions focused on contemporary art in the Caribbean and internationally. Since 1989 he has published a range of essays on related issues in several catalogues and journals. He is on the editorial collective of Small Axe: A Caribbean Journal of Criticism.
= Nicholas Laughlin is a writer with a particular interest in Caribbean literature and art, and the editor of The Caribbean Review of Books. He is also the co-editor of the literary magazine Town. He is working on a book about Guyana, part travel narrative, part cultural history.
Alice Yard is supported by an informal network of creative collaborators:
= Sheldon Holder is a musician and songwriter, and the founder and leader of 12. In 2009, the band released its first album, Streets and Avenues. 12 is based at Alice Yard, and from 2006 to 2008 Holder organised a series of weekly "Conversations in the Yard", bringing musicians, artists, writers, and audiences together for performances and other interactions.
= Marlon Darbeau is an artist and designer currently based at Abovegroup. He designed Alice Yard's wordmark and visual identity and has collaborated on the installation design for a number of recent projects. He first showed his work at Alice Yard in December 2008, in the installation project En Route.
= Richard Rawlins is an artist and designer and the publisher of the e-magazine Draconian Switch, which has featured a number of Alice Yard projects. Based at CMB Creative, he is a member of the team behind the annual Erotic Art Week, launched in Port of Spain in 2009.
= Dave Williams is a performance artist and choreographer whose piece Waiting was performed at Alice Yard in November 2007. He has collaborated on the staging of several other events in the space. He is a member of the Erotic Art Week administrative and curatorial team, and one of the organisers of the Contemporary Choreographers' Collective, COCO.
= Rodell Warner is a photographer and designer. He has participated in documenting various projects at Alice Yard and created the interactive installation Photobooth in the space during Erotic Art Week 2009.
= Marlon Griffith is an artist whose practice is situated at the intersection of the visual and public performance. He has shown his work internationally, and worked as a mas designer for many years in both Port of Spain and London. He conceived the idea for Alice Yard's 24HRS residency programme, in which an artist creates a site-specific work in the space of a day, influenced by interactions with anyone who passes through the yard during that period.