Make Some Noise – 2014 NOISE Festival Seeks Creative Talent
Have you ever imagined having the chance to showcase your creative talent and work with some of the biggest names in the creative industry?
The 2014 NOISE Festival can make those dreams come true.
The 2014 NOISE Festival is a biennial celebration of creative talent. It offers people of all ages the chance to submit their work across 14 different categories such as fashion, fine art, music, photography, graphics, film, product design and enterprise.
Portfolios can be submitted for free online where industry greats serve as curators. The 2014 curators, including Brian Eno, Clive Barker, Sir Nicholas Grimshaw and Elaine Constantine, will look through each submission and handpick their favourites.
For a list of all the festival curators, click here.
The lucky winners in each category will be announced in the fall and will receive offers for paid placements with their curator or other leading creative sector companies. The chosen ones will also get other career boosting opportunities, including media partnerships and pro/amateur collaborations at exhibitions, retail events and creative careers conferences.
Additionally, throughout the call for entries, each curator will host an interactive Q & A webinar each month in which eight lucky NOISE artists get the chance to ask questions. If you are not selected to ask questions, you can still watch it all online at the NOISE Festival website here.
Entry in the festival is free and open to all ages. The submission deadline is Saturday 31st May. For more information about how to enter, click here.
To browse the 2014 NOISE Festival website, click here.
Click here to view videos on the 2014 NOISE Festival YouTube page.