At the EQT Creator Space where art and creativity go hand in hand, comes the second installment of its incursion to the world of music and arts in collaboration with Transit Records (TR), Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017.

TR Live, an organized platform by Transit Records allows musicians and artists to showcase their talents through a small, and intimate audience, much like this one.

The new breed of audio and visual purveyors shared their experiences and beliefs in this two-part event.

While students from Fine Arts, Communications, Design, and Music programs of Ateneo de Manila, College of Saint Benilde, University of Santo Tomas and the University of the Philippines were invited, influencers and members of the press were also present.

An interactive experience of taste and smell also known as the EQT Cafe, was also put up in partnership with specialty coffee roaster, Yardstick, serving guests with either black or white coffee, hot or over ice.

Samantha Lee, a proud filmmaker from the Philippines shared her experiences as a struggling member of the LGBTQ community, and how she accomplished her first film, “Baka Bukas.”

Meanwhile, branding and design studio The Public School Manila, shared their previous encounters with their clients and how they provided reason and purpose in every logo and advertisement they devised.

Kalibrr product designer Ria Arante shared the importance of creating products that mattered and learning to properly project yourself to others.

Guests intently listened as a panel discussion ensued after the speakers’ talks.

Starting off the second part was Anton Salvador, also known as Pillowtalk, who wooed the crowd with his futuristic electronic beats.

Taking it the R&B route was local DJ Justin de Guzman, moving the guests with his smooth beats.

Finally, RH Xanders, aka Rich Griner, capped off the night with a performance traveling from genres such as jazz, hiphop and electronic.

The space created a productive environment for these speakers and artists to inspire and be inspired. At the end of the day, it’s all about realizing what’s truly important and figuring out what matters.

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