About NOISE Festival 2014

A national celebration of the UK’s next generation of creative talent, handpicked by the best in the business

NOISE Festival 2014 gives the best undiscovered creative talent a platform to gain international recognition, an audience of millions and open up career opportunities.


An impressive line-up of top creative industry professionals handpick entries, across 14 categories covering film, fashion, fine art, music, photography, graphics, new media, games, product design, comedy / spoken word and enterprise.

Including: Brian Eno (Music / Arts), Giles Deacon (fashion), Elaine Constantine (photography), Clive Barker (moving image), Doc Brown (Comedy / Spoken Word), Thris Tian from Boiler Room TV (underground music / enterprise), Sir Nicholas Grimshaw (Architecture), Ian Livingstone (games / new media), Gerald Scarfe (Illustration)....

See them all, with exclusive video interviews HERE.

closed for entries

Curators are now rating your submissions but you can still sign up for our NOISE online e-Portfolios  NOISEfestival.com/user/register 

NOISE rocks my world because it's completely unbiased and fair. It's not who you know or what you've done before, anyone can submit their work and everyone is an equal.
Gavin Strange, NOISE Artist (now senior team member of Aardman Animations)

WHAT YOU can get

the noise festival 2014 autumn showcase, gives curator choices career-boosting results via...
  • Press exposure
  • Events including exhibitions and collaborations with industry professionals.
  • Paid placements with Curators or other leading creative companies. 

Why We do it 

We believe that creative reward and success should be based on raw original talent; not on your connections, where you live or what level of education you have. NOISE Festivals have supported over 18,000 emerging artists and achieved an international audience of 800 million (2006-2012), with our partners that have included MTV, BBC, Microsoft and Yamaha.

Making the NOISE Festival the place to have your talent spotted, loved and celebrated.  

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