MANILA – Members of the adobo Design Awards’ powerhouse jury will be sharing their expertise at the Design Series 2014, to be held on March 28 at the Mind Museum.
Learn all about topics that range from cosplay photography, to Filipinization by design, to being a young creative, from speakers who know what they’re all about.
The Design Series 2014 will be divided in morning and afternoon sessions.
SoFA dean Arch. Tobias Guggenheimer will be part of the morning session as he discusses the universal principles of design education, along with TBWA\ Santiago Mangada Puno associate creative director John Ed de Vera who will talk about what it means to be a young creative. Walt Disney’s senior visual development artist Armand Serrano will also share his expertise.
Campaigns and Grey chief creative officer Ompong Remigio is also part of the morning session, along with MRM Manila deputy executive creative director and Trese writer Budjette Tan.
The afternoon session will feature a talk on cosplay photography by photographer Jay Tablante, as well as a discussion on Filipinization by design by shoe designer and creative communications specialist Brian Tenorio.
Designer and illustrator Dan Matutina, Rogue magazine illustrator Meneer Marcelo, and graphic designer AJ Dimarucot will also be part of the afternoon session.
The aDA Design Series will be held at the Mind Museum’s Special Exhibition Hall. The morning session will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and the afternoon session will be from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The aDA Design Series 2014 is supported by Smart, Bensimon Sneakers, Executive Decisions, WYD Productions, 1771 Group of Restaurants, and The Mind Museum.
The Early Bird ticket rate is P2000 per session or P3000 for the whole day. The Early Bird rate will be available until March 14. The Regular rate is P2500 per session or P1500 for students and faculty, or P4000 for the whole day.
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