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Out of the many reasons I applied for an internship, probably the one I dwelt on most was the fear of being unprepared for the real world come summer 2015 when I graduate. As I scrolled through available opportunities nothing appeared to spring out at me and I had almost become resigned to the fact that I would return home for the summer in search of any sort of employment that would tide me over till September.
NOISE Festival 2014 celebrates the creative stars of tomorrow handpicked by the Festival’s Curators, a panel of the biggest and most inspirational names across music, design, fashion, art, comedy and film. The NOISE Festival takes place online, across the media and at exclusive events throughout Autumn 2014.
One of the things I love most about working in the voluntary sector is that if you have a really good idea you can generally find a way to make it happen. It might take a while – things like our State of the Sector and Civil Economy work were on my wishlist for years before we were finally able to publish the finished work. But sometimes you can be taken by surprise at how fast you can go from the idea to it actually happening.
Harriet Edwards, a second-year student of filmmaking at Manchester Metropolitan University in Manchester, England, has won a dream opportunity to work with a Hollywood production company.
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.
Could Manchester be Europe’s answer to America’s hippest city - Portland, Oregon?
Manchester has enjoyed solid economic success, there is now an opportunity for a ‘new wave’ to Manchester’s future. A new report A Civil Economy for Manchester, prepared for Macc by the think-do tank the Centre for Local Economic Strategies (CLES) demonstrates how this new wave is about unleashing the power of citizens, social and voluntary group.
JUMP is an arts club for people out of work run by the Edge Theatre Company, which provides a regular space for people to take part in a range of different arts activities.
For Spring/Summer 2014, they are running the following courses:
• Aged 18 to 25 years old?
• Currently unemployed, studying, volunteering or not working Full time?
• Interested in working in the arts, cultural and creative industries e.g. theatre, dance, art, film and design?
• Want to undertake some on-the-job training in project management, create a film or learn online marketing and promotional skills?
• Based in Manchester?
If you have answered yes to all of these, then you may be interested in applying to PANDA’s Arts Marketing Training Scheme: 'Foot-In-The-Door'.
NOISE Festival 2014: Open call for entries now open to emerging creatives
Creative industry greats including Brian Eno (Music/arts), Giles Deacon (fashion), Ian Livingstone (games / new media), Elaine Constantine (photography), Sir Nicholas Grimshaw (architecture), Gerald Scarfe (illustration), Thris Tian from Boiler Room (underground music / enterprise) and Clive Barker (moving image) have been announced as the NOISE Festival 2014 Curators to personally handpick online www.NOISEfestival.comFestival submissions.