Rashmi Dhanwani is an independent arts consultant, curator, and creative producer with nearly 10 years of experience working across the media, communications, and arts sectors in India. She has worked as a Communications and Community Engagement lead with the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), Mumbai; a Media Manager with Breakthrough, Delhi; correspondent with Daily News and Analysis (DNA); Coordinator for the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, and Core Team Member of The Goa Project. In 2013, Rashmi took a sabbatical from her role at the NCPA to explore and analyse the international economic potential of the cultural sector, and pursue a Master’s in Cultural and Creative Industries at King’s College London. She has also been a participant in the New York/India arts exchange with The Academy (a program of Carnegie Hall, The Julliard School, and the Weill Music Institute), and a scholarship grantee of the JN Tata Trust and Charles Wallace India Trust. In 2015, Rashmi started the Art X Company, which offers editorial, curatorial and production services for arts and cultural events across genres such as visual arts, theatre, music and dance. She also worked with KHOJ on a case study project covering challenges faced by arts projects run by ATSA Fellows, with Goethe-Institut Mumbai for their South Asia-wide Poets Translating Poets project, and with the Welcome Trust and CSMVS on the exhibition Tabiyat: Medicine and Healing in India.