NOISE Festival 2014 Curator's Choice




1.30pm - 5.45pm Tuesday

Free Event

Talk / Seminar

Discover the Design Industry's future stars, chosen by NOISE Festival 2014 Curators Sir Nicholas Grimshaw, Andy Bird (Executive Creative Director, Publicis), Ian Livingstone CBE (Life President, Eidos) & Jude Biddulph (SUCK UK), hosted by Blueprint Magazine's Contributing Editor & portfolio reviews

Find out about the future stars of the Design industry as selected for the NOISE Festival 2014 by NOISE Curators Sir Nicholas Grimshaw (Grimshaw Architects), Andy Bird (Executive Creative Director of Publicis Advertising Agency), Ian Livingstone CBE (Life President of Eidos Games), and Jude Biddulph (Suck UK Products). Join two seminars hosted by Herb Wright (Contributing Editor of Blueprint magazine) to find out what the best in the business are looking for in the portfolios of the designers of the future.

“NOISE Future Architecture, Interiors & Product Design Stars” hear why the top 5 of each category were chosen for mentorship / paid placements by Sir Nicholas and Suck UK.

“NOISE Future Graphics & Digital Design Stars” hear why the top 5 of each category were chosen for mentorship / paid placements by Andy Bird and Ian Livingstone.

Both seminar’s will be followed by a Q&A session and the chance to have your portfolio reviewed live. To put your portfolio forward for review and for further information visit Please note, portfolio review slots are very limited and will be allocated by the NOISE Team.

This event is part of the exciting programme of creative happenings that make up the NOISE Festival 2014 Showcase staged across September – November 2014 in London, Manchester, Leeds, online and throughout the media. Other events include a press and awards launch at The House of Commons, an outdoor exhibition of the best NOISE Festival entries on London’s Southbank and further showcase events across the UK.

NOISE Festival 2014 featured artists have been handpicked by a panel of leading industry professionals, the NOISE Curators include iconic creatives such as Brian Eno, Gerald Scarfe, Giles Deacon, Sir Nicholas Grimshaw, Ian Livingstone, Elaine Constantine and Doc Brown.

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