Noise Singapore is a platform for young people below age 35 to express themselves creatively through the arts. Now in its 4th year, 2,000 young talents have submitted some 11,000 works of art, design, music and photography, smashing the previous submission record.
Who says Singapore has no talents?
Besides giving young artists a platform to showcase their work, Noise Singapore wants to develop an audience to appreciate them. It is bringing the showcase to public spaces;
making the experience at the exhibition more interactive and accessible to the wider audience.
Noise Concept Shop at LevelOne@Far East Plaza.
Date: 6 - 29 March 2009
11am – 8pm (Sun – Thur)
11am – 9pm (Fri – Sat)
Wu Siyi is one of the 20 prospective talents chosen under The Apprenticeship Programme (TAP), a one-of-a-kind developmental programme in Singapore. It allows the youths to develop their interest and capabilities in the arts under mentors.
TAP has produced success stories that include apprentices being offered jobs by their mentors, release their first albums and those who have gone on to win international awards.
Noise is a unique festival that speaks to young people. Besides a Noise publication and CD, Noise works are presented in the Multitouch Interactive Table. A first in Singapore, this is an interactive platform where many users are able to scroll through digital artworks much like a scene from the movie Minority Report.
TAP music apprentices will be showing off what they have learnt in the form of original music alongside Noise artists past and present such as S.P.O.N.G.E., Duxton Plains and The Lion Story.
Noise On The Bay
6 March 2009, 7.30pm onwards
7-8 March 2009, 7pm onwards
Where: Esplanade Outdoor Theatre
Young prospective talents in Singapore are truly blessed to have such a platform to display their creativity and their own space in the Singapore art scene. Best Wishes to their future endeavours!!
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