Suzanne Luke is a curator based in Waterloo Region. During her current tenure at Laurier, she has articulated and implemented an innovative and diverse vision for ongoing scholarship around contemporary art activities within the university community. Curated exhibitions include Cubed; ScotiabankNuit Blanche in Toronto (in collaboration with Laurier Toronto); Urban Res Studies, a solo exhibition that featured works by acclaimed Canadian artist Kent Monkman presented in conjunction with Indigenous Education Week at Laurier; and Precarious, photographic works by distinguished artists Carole Condé + Karl Beveridge in partnership with Laurier Faculty of Communication Studies and Letters & Handshakes, Toronto.
A graduate of the Art and Art History program, University of Toronto, and Master of Arts in Communication Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University Luke is actively involved in the cultural sector. Luke spearheads independent curatorial projects and has served as the Visual Arts Consultant for The Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics (2012-14), a Juror Member, City of Waterloo Public Art Program (2011), Curatorial Advisor for WalterFedy (2011-12), Curatorial Advisor for the Box Art Show & Sale (2010-13) and is a Board Member of Arts Awards Waterloo Region (2016-present).