Sadira Rodrigues is an independent curator and arts administrator based in Vancouver. She was the Assistant Curator of the 2004 Shanghai Biennale, and also curated At Play at the Liu Haisu Museum.
She has been a sessional Instructor at Emily Carr Institute since 2001 and has a Masters in Art History from the University of British Columbia. Sadira has written for books, journals and catalogues, including Vancouver Art and Economies, Thirdspace and Yishu‹Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, and co-organized symposiums such as Locating Asia and InFest: International Artist Run Culture.
Formerly the Manager of Arts Programs for 2010 Legacies Now, Sadira is involved in a range of projects including public programming at the Vancouver Art Gallery, and diversity facilitator with the Equity Office at the Canada Council for the Arts.