Katherine Dennis is curator and visual arts manager at the Evergreen Cultural Centre, where she is responsible for the curatorial and educational programming in visual arts. She has been involved with projects across the country, including the provincially touring exhibition Land Marks, which she co-curated with Andrea Fatona; the exhibition NOW, which she curated at the Art Gallery of Ontario; and a multi-year visitor research project she worked on with the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies. In 2013, Dennis was the inaugural recipient of the Middlebrook Prize for Young Canadian Curators for which she curated the exhibition as perennial as the grass at the Elora Centre for the Arts. Her interest in audience engagement led her into working in public programs at the Vancouver Art Gallery, where she organized educational programs for adults, including the speaker series Marking Place. This interest also drove her to participate in the first Tate Intensive: Making Tomorrow’s Art Museum in 2016 at Tate Modern in London. Her writing has been included in national publications, peer reviewed journals, experimental art publications and exhibition catalogues. She holds a BFA from the University of British Columbia and an MFA in Criticism and Curatorial Practices from OCAD University, Toronto.