Leah Capaldi

"In the light of the recently announced cuts to the arts NOISE is more vital to the future of creativity in the UK than ever."

For more of Leah's work: NOISEfestival.com/user/Leah-Capaldi

How: Submitted her work to NOISE Festival 2006

"I was chosen as one of the top three Fine Art selections from a choice of over 2,000. I went on to sell work featured in the NOISE exhibition and have  been directly included in magazine articles. I was also offered a place on the Masters course in Sculpture at the Royal College of Art which I believe was at least partly down to my inclusion in NOISE. 

I am confident that without the support of NOISE I wouldn't have had the confidence to have even applied for an MA, let alone to complete it. NOISE is a unique force. No other organisation encourages and enables you like they do. In the light of the recently announced cuts to the arts NOISE is more vital to the future of creativity in the UK than ever."-Leah 

"It’s the actual doing, the actual making (of art) that’s more important than ticking boxes and that’s exactly what Leah’s doing. Keep it up!" -Stella Vine, NOISE Festival 2006 Curator for Fine Art

HOW

Submitted work to NOISE Festival 2006

sUCCESS!

now

Sculpture MA at the Royal College of Art
Winner, EXPOSURE Prize (Parasol Uni), 2010
Finalist for the Catlin Prize, 2011
Continued solo and group exhibitions across the UK

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