Katherine Dennis is a Canadian curator based in Vancouver. Currently, she is the Visual Arts Manager at the Art Gallery at the Evergreen Cultural Centre in Coquitlam, BC. Previously, Dennis coordinated adult public programs for the Vancouver Art Gallery. Her curatorial projects includes Memories of the Future I and II (2014 and 2015), co-curated with Noa Bronstein, NOW (2012) at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Land Marks (2013–2015), with Andrea Fatona, The Lowest Relief: Maria Flawia Litwin at Typology (Toronto, 2015) and Back Gallery Projects (Vancouver, 2016), and Ben Reeves: Floating Among Phantoms (2017) at the Art Gallery at Evergreen. She holds a BFA from the University of British Columbia and an MFA in Criticism and Curatorial Practices from OCAD University. In 2012 she was the inaugural recipient of the Middlebrook Prize for Young Canadian Curators and in 2016 she participated in the first Tate Intensive: Making Tomorrow’s Art Museum at Tate Modern, London, which looked critically at current practices and emerging industry trends.

As part of a social sciences research team, she contributed to the development and analysis of visitor surveys for several Canadian museums to better understand and serve their audiences. Her writings have been published in the peer-reviewed journal Muséologies, the Canadian Museums Association magazine MUSE, Canadian Art and KAPSULA, a digital journal for experimental art criticism, as well as exhibition catalogues.