Assedius Belizaire was born in Cerca-Carvajal, Haiti.
He graduated in Art History and Archaeology from the University of Haiti in 2014.
For his bachelor's thesis, he worked on iconography during the US occupation of Haiti (1915-1920). As part of the re-memoration of the centennial of the US occupation of Haiti (1915 - 20015), he was curator for an exhibition at the IERAH-ISERSS, at the Organisation du Peuple en Lutte (OPL), and at the Parti Fusion des Sociaux-Démocrates Haitiens (PFSDH).
From 2014 to 2015, Assedius Belizaire was admitted to the Master of Human and Social Sciences with a specialization in History at the Ecole Normale Supérieure. From September 2015 to August 2016, he finished his Master 2 in Law, Economy and Management with a specialization in Economy and Society at the University Lumière Lyon 2.
Since October 2016, he is a technician in museology at the National Office of Ethnology.
Assedius Belizaire has also been selected by the Fondasyon Konesans ak Libète (FOKAL) as curator for Une-ile-pour-deux.
Since April 2017, he is a lecturer at private universities and has been a project manager at the National Office of Ethnology.