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NOISE Festival 2008, the Europe-wide media showcase for young creative people aged 25 and under is NOW open for submissions. NOISE is a not-for-profit organisation which aims to help young people with talent, to gain opportunities in the Creative Industries, so it is free for you to take part! Simply head to www.NOISEfestival.com click the registration button, create a profile and upload your work!
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Posted on July 23, 2008 at 14:00

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Q Do you upload stuff on YouTube, MySpace and such to show off your creativity?

Q Are you 25 or under and interested in getting an international platform to showcase your creative work?

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Posted on June 25, 2008 at 15:27

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At 8:00 on October 15, 2008, Sara Servati said…

At 0:08 on August 20, 2008, Kalup said…

At 16:40 on July 23, 2008, Rosemary Pierce-Lackey said…
My son is 23 - so he could qualify for the 25 and under. He does some very cool edgey popart ----have been telling him about artreview.
I guess with a son 23 it is obvious I am NOT under 25 - however, I do get what you are trying to do and there is a place for everyone. Under 25 is a category that is interesting and certainly offering opportunities for young new artists is a great in my opinion! I do think that the rest of us "over 25" ers should get together and create a showcase opportunity for us. What about it ---any one interested in a 35+ showcase? I would love to work together to organize such.
There's a place for everyone's 'noise' - a place for everyone's artistic point of view - and a place for different levels of life we are in. I love to mix up the ages and have the art just be the art. But it could also be a wonderful thing to really encourage us 'late bloomers' - those that didn't get started when we were under 25 - and still have SO much to say!
Anyone interested? It took me 40 years to get here - finally doing what I feel compelled to do. Maybe there are others...?? Would love to hear from you if so.
Blessings to all! (of any age!)
At 16:01 on July 19, 2008, mike hinc said…
Interesting that ALL the comments on your page are from people over 25, who as such are excluded from your showcase. Ever felt ever so slightly redundant? Perhaps you'd have more luck on MySpace? Perhaps such Ageism should be stopped now.
At 8:41 on July 11, 2008, Jane Webb said…
thanks for the invite im too old ha ha at 34 feeling like an old lady no ha ha
At 0:33 on July 11, 2008, T.R. Pickerill said…
I make the noise...
At 20:54 on July 9, 2008, kika nicolela said…
oh, you made me feel old... and I'm only 31!
At 13:48 on July 3, 2008, jan lewin-cadogan said…
mmmmmmmmmmmm I think this is ageist
At 9:38 on July 3, 2008, NOISE Festival said…
Hi all

NOISE is a registered charity supported by Arts Council England, as well as a range of media partners including the BBC and MTV. The opportunities that we provide are legal and an invaluable opportunity for creative people 25 or under to be given a kick start to their future careers.

We also aim to support those people over 25, as there are still opportunities to register on the NOISE site; receive the NOISE newsletter, full of events and opportunities to further their creative careers. In addition to this they can browse other artists on the NOISE website, rate new artwork and find international collaborators by adding to your ‘I want to work with’ playlist.

There are many things to do besides submitting work when you join the NOISE online community for creative’s!
At 17:21 on July 2, 2008, mike hinc said…
"NOISE Festival 2008, the Europe-wide media showcase for young creative people aged 25"

So Noise Festival is Ageist! Are you sure that's still legal? I'm not. Someone should check it out. It's not that I don't believe that people have nothing to say when they are 25 - it's just that they might have rather more to say when they are 55 and are sometimes better at saying it. In any event, no age group should be preferenced. Personally, I resent this kind of discrimination - and suspect that one day you will too.


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