Image: Syx Langemann

Image: Syx Langemann

Lucas is an artist, curator, and arts administrator who has held various positions in marketing/communications and community engagement in public art institutions including Harbourfront Centre in Toronto, McIntosh Gallery in London, and The Robert McLaughlin Gallery in Oshawa. Lucas is currently the Executive Director at Artcite Inc. in Windsor, Ontario.

Recent curatorial projects include I Can Boogie But I Need a Certain Song at Artcite Inc. and If You’ve Got It, Flaunt It at McIntosh Gallery. Lucas recently contributed to the development of Inclusion 2025: A Practitioners Guide to Inclusive Museums, a project organized the Royal Ontario Museum, Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion, and the Ontario Museum Association that aims to encourage public art institutions to meaningfully engage diverse communities.


Good to the last drop (solo)
Good Sport Project Space, London.

Interested in others (group)
Forest City Gallery, London.


I Can Boogie But I Need a Certain Song Amie Siegel, Maya Ben David, Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay, Bearbara, John Greyson. Artcite Inc, 2019

If You’ve Got It, Flaunt It - Allyson Mitchell, Michelle Pearson Clarke, Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay, Thirza Cuthand, Vivek Shraya, Danny Welsh, Coral Short. McIntosh Gallery, 2018

Finishing Lines - Stephen Mueller, Jessica Karuhanga, Liz Peterson, Katie Lyle & Shelby Wright. Co-organized with Jenna Faye Powell. Forest City Gallery, 2016

You Could Make an Onion Cry - Jake Freeman, Robin Scott, Alexis Perlman, Danny Welsh, Michelle Bunton.
Satellite Space, 2015


Executive Director
Artcite Inc.

Totally Outright Program Coordinator
AIDS Committee of Durham Region

Communications + Digital Media Lead
The Robert McLaughlin Gallery

Digital Marketing
Harbourfront Centre

Communications + Outreach Coordinator
McIntosh Gallery


Flock Fest, Leamington Art Centre, 2019.

Canadian Arts Marketing Conference
Canadian Arts Marketing Conference, Toronto, 2018.

Inclusion 2025: A Guide to Inclusive Museums
Organized by Ontario Museum Association, Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion, The Royal Ontario Museum.

Art Work Work Work.
The University of Western Ontario, 2018.