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The goal of this webinar series is to give young adults who are contemplating a career in the creative fields practical advice on various professions so that they are able to make well informed, calculated decisions

In the last two decades the way society and the economy have looked upon "creative industries" has rapidly changed. This has given way to what is now known as the "Creative Economy". The value of arts and culture is being seen by governments and society at large as not only stimulating to the mind, but also having real economic value. Opportunities in the arts are opening up rapidly and people are seeing the potential to cross pollinate these positions with more of a traditional business approach. The value of a creative career path is at an all time high and contrary to the uninformed belief, it is a highly sustainable, lucrative and fulfilling choice.

This new generation is uniquely evolved, determined and capable of setting their individual goals towards a promising career path. It is a time of great excitement and that of constant change. Our mission is to help these young adults by giving them a preview of what career options within the creative economies really look like. Students will have the opportunity to hear from top experts across various creative fields and gain from their experiences. Armed with this knowledge, we hope that they will be better equipped to make concrete decisions about further education and life plans.

We are extremely proud to be partnering with NGO Magic Bus and commend all the work they are doing educating children and pulling individuals out of poverty. A portion of your registration fee will be donated to them to aid in their tremendous efforts


Our Organisation

CultivatED Dialogues is founded by Farah Siddiqui and Yogeshwari Singh.

Farah Siddiqui is a contemporary art consultant and a prominent figure in the Indian art world. She founded the FSCA art advisory that has managed significant collections of Indian Art globally. A specialist in contemporary art from Southeast Asia, FSCA offers an across-the-board consultancy service for private collections, foundations and Museums since 2004.

Siddiqui has consulted both international and domestic art and design foundations - the BE OPEN Foundation In 2014, a global think tank initiative as well as the Piramal Foundation ( 2015-2016) in Mumbai.

Under the patronage of Elephant Family's joint Royal President's TRH’s The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Charles and lady Camilla Parker Bowles, Siddiqui curated the first edition of Elephant Parade for India - traveling across the county in 2017- 2018, it is the largest public art project in India till date. 


Farah is using her position in the art world to help drive emerging artists with the resources that FSCA provides. FSCA launched Cultivate Art Global in 2018 - a program dedicated to building a roster of young and emerging artists and connect them with the next generation of collectors both at home and abroad.

 Yogeshwari Singh is an accomplished Creative Visualiser, Brand Consultant & Producer with 12+ years of experience across various platforms – Publishing, Advertising, Corporate, Fashion & Beauty.


As the former Photo Editor of Condé Nast Traveller India, she has produced photography shoots across the world with national and international talent, including magazine covers with the likes of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Priyanka Chopra and Sabyasachi Mukherjee, amongst others.


Yogeshwari brings on board a diverse knowledge of her varied experiences - from content creation of brand launches, turnkey production of advertising campaigns for established brands, to ideating & execution of a multitude of creative processes across the spectrum.