We increasingly receive ideas and proposals for projects or collaborations.
In order to select the most relevant initiatives with our Mission in the most effective way, we ask anyone who wants to submit a project to the attention of the board of directors, to fill in the appropriate form. Read
VICE Media is currently looking for couples in which at least one partner has a visual impairment (including, but not limited to, blindness) to do an interview for its ongoing series This Is How We Do It. Read
Last September 21st, on the occasion of Global Usher Syndrome Awareness Day, we published the video “Usher Syndrome. Game Over” on our social media channels. Read
Tales in Sombre Tones is an exciting new touring show with the specific aim of opening up art and literature for all. Read
Due tothe positive result of his previous project on audio description, Cesar returns for his second research project!
NoisyVision contributed to the recruiting of participant in the previous survey, with outstanding results. Read
It’s Monday, the first Monday of November. The monumental entrance of the Scuola Holden welcomes us majestically under the light rain that accompanies the reawakening of the city of Turin, after a weekend full of cultural and musical initiatives. Read
During the summer of 2017 Stefano Scagliarini contacted NoisyVision to request assistance for his thesis at Politecnico di Milano. We immediately answered, convinced that an external and artistic point of view on Usher syndrome would help to the awareness of the condition. Read
Cesar is a sound engineering student. He is currently working on his dissertation in which he explores the nature of audio description services on Science-fiction films and the features within that could allow blind and partially sighted viewers to have a better interpretation of the visual elements through sound design. Read
In early 2016 we were contacted by Alice Holloway.
My name is Alice Holloway, I am a Final year student at university, Filmmaker and fellow photographer. Read