Sadie Couture is a media historian and a digital media artist, producer, and educator. Sadie is a PhD student in the Department of Art History and Communication Studies at McGill University. She holds an MA in Media Studies from Concordia University and a BA in Philosophy and Gender Studies from the University of British Columbia.
Her work and interests lie at the intersection of radio history, science and technology studies, and community-engaged art. Recent projects include the podcast episode “Dama Drama” the digital storytelling project Mayne Island Sound Map, written works in Amodern, MAST: The Journal of Media Art Study and Theory, and her co-authored book On this Patch of Grass: City Parks on Occupied Land (Fernwood, 2018).
As an educator, Sadie has worked with young people in elementary schools, high schools and with undergraduate students. She is currently the audio production mentor at Solid State Community Industries where she works with the youth media collective Daily Dose of Blackness.