Kashish Gaba - Project Co-Ordinator

Hi I’m Kashish

I am a freelance choreographer, dancer, movement artist, dramaturg and creative thinker. I completed my MFA Choreography from the University of Roehampton in 2020 with the support of the International Excellence scholarship offered by the University. In the past, I have presented my creative works at several UK venues, the best is yet to come. With my growing creative practice, I have extended experience in management/administrative roles in Arts organisations. I am currently a Project Coordinator at Academy Mews Dance Studios, where I am responsible for planning, budgeting and smooth running of the projects like AMDS Residency. I am the recipient of the Cultural Entrepreneur Bursary by MGC Futures. It will help create fairer opportunities for the artists from marginalised backgrounds while working with the team at the London Performance Studio.


What motivates you to create?

The feeling of Anger motivates me to create. But I present with a smile and a pinch of sense of humour.


What’s your favourite thing about working at the Academy?

Meeting a diverse group of artists and teachers every day. Supporting them in their journeys while creating new partners along the way. The energy they bring to the space motivates me to do better at what I have to offer.

Daniel Gonzalez - Marketing and Events Co-ordinator

Hi I’m Daniel

Daniel is a London based theatre maker and performer. After studying Theatre at Brunel University London, he went on to train in Musical Theatre at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. He has created and produced shows through his theatre company Nobody’s Empire, such as The Ballerina (Landor Space), Collective Virtual Mews and an R&D of his own play A Sweet Taste of Chocolate Cake. He is also currently a PhD candidate at Brunel, researching spatial politics and new media, where he also teaches. Daniel is very passionate about supporting artists and what the arts can do for our communities.

What motivates you to create?

To spark conversations about current issues and reflect the times that we are living.

What is your favourite thing about working at The Academy?

Collaborating with other creatives to support artists and communities through the arts.

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