Call for Works: 2016 NoiseGate Festival
DEADLINE: SUNDAY AUGUST 14
Dates of the Festival: September 21 – 25, 2016
We are excited to announce the 2016 NoiseGate Festival Call for Composition and Installation works and invite artists, composers, and performers to participate in the inaugural NoiseGate Festival organized by New York University (NYU) and the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network (UN-SDSN) Global Arts Initiative.
The theme of the festival centers on the environment and aims to bring awareness to spatial noise with a particular focus on urban noise pollution. While we encourage works that resonate with the theme of our festival – urban noise pollution and acoustic ecology – we welcome all submissions that focus broadly on the environment.
Compositions (CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT)
Selected compositions will be programed during the festival between September 22 – 25, 2016 at NYU Steinhardt. Please follow submission link for the ‘Compositions’ for detailed information on instrumentation availability.
Installations (CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT)
Installation works selected for the 2016 NoiseGate Festival will be presented throughout the festival between September 21 – 25, 2016.
1. Open to everyone.
2. Works may have been presented before.
4. Selected artists must register and are strongly encouraged to be present at the festival.
5. We recommend a maximum of two submission. Only one piece/artist will be programmed.
6. We will not be able to accept submissions via email/mail. Please follow submission links above.
Submission deadline: Wednesday August 10, 2016.
Anticipated notification: Friday August 19, 2016
Festival dates: September 21 – 25, 2016 in (New York City)
All selected artists will receive full access to all NoiseGate events which will include the ‘Music for a Sustainable Planet Concert’ with guest artist DJ Spooky at Carnegie Hall, screening of the award-winning documentary ‘Sonic Sea’, installation works at Harvestworks, Monthly Music Hackathon at Spotify in NYC, Panel Discussion by distinguished panelists from IRCAM, NYC Department of Environmental Protection, Citygram, and more.
NoiseGeate is produced in collaboration and partnership with United Nations Global Arts Initiative, Citygram, Harvestworks, Monthly Music Hackathon, and ThinkCoffee.