FABRIC is committed to encouraging and supporting inclusivity within the creative arts sector. We want to use our platform to ensure a variety of voices and experiences within the industry are heard. Meet some of our staff and the amazing people we work with across a variety of our projects and discover their story and experience of working with us.
Introducing Parbati Chaudhury
Parbati is lead artist on our CAT Yuva Gati programme as well as a DanceXchange Choreography Award holder.
What was the Choreography Award?
The Choreography Award was an annual programme for artists at an early stage in their choreographic career, with some successful professional choreographic experience and an ambition to grow and further develop their practice. The programme enables experimentation and exploration of choreographic ideas in a supportive environment and is designed to enable a step-change for the artist.
What is CAT Yuva Gati?
Yuva Gati, meaning ‘Youth Movement’, is the national South Asian Dance strand of the Centre for Advanced Training (CAT) programme. It is delivered by FABRIC in partnership with Sampad Arts and Heritage.
CAT Yuva Gati is funded by the Department of Education Music and Dance Scheme, and assists 11-18 year olds with exceptional potential in Bharatanatyam and Kathak styles of dance, regardless of their personal circumstances, to benefit from world-class specialist training as part of a broad and balanced education.
Join our CAT Yuva Gati Family
If you are 11-16yrs with a passion for South Asian dance styles… then we need you! We are looking to recruit talented and committed individuals to join our CAT Yuva Gait programme, where you will train with us to reach your maximum potential.