SCOUT CREATIVE TALKS

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ALL ABOUT THIS YEAR’S SCOUT CREATIVE TALKS

As millennials, we’re granted the privilege of today’s conveniences brought by the digital age: faster communication and easy access to information.  We’re born into the global stage, and as we grow up the world, as we realize, isn’t as small as it seems. Staying forever young isn’t what we’re going for at Scout. But as time moves so fast, the worst thing that we want is an uncertain future. Being afraid of what lies ahead  is not just a thing for us young ones, but the hopes of making it big weighs on us heavy. It’s natural to be afraid of what we don’t know, and knowing our places in the world is never an easy task. Good thing we’re not alone

This is where the Scout Creative Talks come in. We may not know where we’ll end up in life exactly down the road, but we do know ourselves, our passions, what excites us. With that, the Scout Creative Talks serves as a venue to inspire the youth of today to pursue their passion through dialogues with established artists and experts. Attendees will have a chance to have a dialogue with the best in the industry, as well as receive exclusive Scout merchandise.

The Scout Creative Talks is happening this October 15 from 9am to 6pm at the Power Mac Center Spotlight, Circuit Makati.

The speakers

As with our previous Creative Talks, we have a well-rounded, distinguished list of speakers: Erwin Romulo for writing, Vania Romoff for fashion, Soleil Ignacio for illustration, Mike Concepcion for entreprenurship, Quark Henares for film, and Daniel Darwin for the performing arts.

Erwin Romulo has almost 20 years of publishing under his belt, having worked for various publications like The Philippine Star and Esquire Philippines, the latter of which he is the founding editor in chief. Erwin will talk about defining your voice, creating angles and talking points, fishing for information during interviews, and how to stay objective in writing.

Vania Romoff is a young designer who made her name in fashion using designs that embrace and explore femininity. She will talk about defining a brand today, keeping up with trends, finding inspiration, finding your signature style, and sourcing for materials.

Quark Henares is a filmmaker in every sense of the word, having made films from his college days up to now, from A Date With Jao Mapa (1999) to Rakenrol (2011). He will talk about content creation in the time of digital age disruption, how not to conform to stereotypes, proper storytelling, and the production process.

Soleil Ignacio is a self-employed illustrator and artist who’s hard yet feminine art style has caught the attention NYLON SingaporeLouis Vuitton, and Tory Burch. She will talk about defining your own unique style and identity, having a freelance versus a deck job, and determining plagiarism.

Mike Concepcion is the name behind lifestyle stores Ronnie & Joe and Commonwealth Philippines. He will talk about creative entrepreneurship and how to make money for the brands you love, starting your business, dealing with big competitors, knowing your identity, managing your finances, and finding your niche.

Daniel Darwin is a NYU graduate who owns the artist space Pineapple Lab. He will talk about creating a name for yourself and introducing the world of performing arts.

Where and how to get your tickets

Tickets are 650 pesos each, and seats are limited. No tickets will be sold at the venue. Tickets are available through the following methods:

Via meetups:

  • Makati / BGC (Greenbelt, Glorietta, BHS) Janine Dela Cuesta at 0906 065 4406
    • Katipunan/ Cubao (Mcdo Katipunan, Gateway Mall) Bianca Dalumpines at  0906 065 4405
    • Pasig/ Mandaluyong (SM Megamall, Robinsons Galleria, Tiendesitas) Kim Mariano at 0919 962 0429
    • Taft (Mcdo Taft, Tokyo Tokyo, Umall) May Young at 0906 065 4408
    • Manila (SM San Lazaro, UST) Jellic Tapia at 0921 949 4114
    • Office: 4/F Media Resource Plaza Mola St. Cor Pasong Tirad, Brgy. La Paz, Makati City

Via deposit:

Tickets can also be bought by deposting on our BDO account, Hinge Inquirer Publications, Inc. with the account # 0021 3001 7335, and claim them at the event. Simply send a copy of the deposit slip to bdalumpines@­hip.ph.

For inquiries:

Call us up at 403 8825 or 09060654405.






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