Sounds of silence - not

9th May 2008 at 01:00
NOISE - the virtual festival that showcases young artists' work - is taking submissions
NOISE - the virtual festival that showcases young artists' work - is taking submissions.

The festival, which runs in October, has no physical location. Instead, the central hub of activity takes place on the NOISE website and across the media - print, television, radio and online.

Those interested in entering must be 25 or under and submit at least six pieces of creative work - anything that can be presented digitally (on screen or on air), including fashion, film, music, design, architecture, written word, graphic design, fine art and illustration - before September.

NOISE curators then select the best work to highlight during the festival.

www.noisefestival.com.

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