A national celebration of the UK’s next generation of creative talent, handpicked by the best in the business
NOISE FESTIVAL 2014 CURATORS Creative industry greats including Brian Eno (Music/arts), Thris Tian from Boiler Room (underground music / enterprise), Giles Deacon (fashion), Ian Livingstone (games / new media), Elaine Constantine (photography), Sir Nicholas Grimshaw (architecture), Gerald Scarfe (illustration) and Clive Barker (moving image) have been announced as the NOISE Festival 2014 Curators to personally handpick online www.NOISEfestival.com Festival submissions. See the full Curator line-up here NOISEfestival.com/festival/2014/curators
Across 14 creative categories including fashion, fine art, music, photography, graphics, film, new media, games, product design and enterprise, the biennial “NOISE Festival”, produced by the award-winning NOISEfestival.com Charity, offers the best undiscovered creative talent, whoever, wherever they are, a unique opportunity to gain international recognition, mentorship and career opportunities.
ENTER NOW- Open to all ages, entry is free, via NOISE e-Portfolios NOISEfestival.com/user/register
Emerging creatives can also access our related curator video interviews with industry insider tips / advice /inspiration on our YouTube channel. Plus, during the Festival’s Call for Entries that closes in Spring 2014, each Curator hosts an exclusive, interactive Q&A “webinar”.
More here NOISEfestival.com/festival/2014/webinars
NOISE Festival 2014 Showcase - in Autumn 2014, gives selected creatives career-boosting outcomes via media exposure, online NOISE galleries and at showcase events including exhibitions, retail events, creative careers conferences and professional/ amateur collaborations. Plus, Curator choices are offered paid placements with their Curator’s or other leading creative companies.
The NOISE Charity ethos is that creative reward and success should be based on raw original talent, and not on connections, postcodes, economic or educational background. NOISE Festivals have supported over 18,000 emerging artists and achieved an international audience of 800 million (2006-2012).