Back to the Future: Myspace Co-Founder Chris DeWolfe Joins the Board of Talenthouse
AllThingsD | by Kara Swisher | June 27th, 2012

Myspace co-founder Chris DeWolfe will be joining the board of innovative social media and marketing firm Talenthouse. In an interview this morning, DeWolfe said the company — which links creative talent to brand advertisers — reminds him of the best of what Myspace did in its early days, when it was a hip and hot hub of music and other entertainment activity on the Web. Read article


MySpace Co-Founder Chris DeWolfe Joins Talenthouse Board
PandoDaily | by Andrew James | June 27th, 2012

Talenthouse, the website that acts as the meeting space between creatives, ad agencies and brands with design and creative competitions, has added Chris DeWolfe (formerly of MySpace and presently CEO of SGN) to their board. Read article


Talenthouse Helps Creatives, Brands Succeed On Facebook
AllFacebook | by Will McGrouther | May 31, 2012

Imagine a world where every creative person can pay their bills and all brands are happy advertising on Facebook. Sound impossible? Talenthouse‘s sponsored engagement engine may make both a reality. Read article


Talenthouse homes in on better branded strategies for business
Silicon Valley Business Journal | by Jon Xavier | May 25, 2012

Talenthouse helps companies like Sigg run social media campaigns that are more akin to product placement than traditional display advertising. It creates social media contests that let creative professionals like musicians, photographers and graphic designers submit their work for a chance to partner with the company on projects. Read article


Red Herring Names Talenthouse Winner of 2012 Top 100 Tech Startups in North America
Red Herring | by Alex Vieux | May 24, 2012

Talenthouse has been named a Winner of the Red Herring Top 100 Award and recognized as one of the leading private companies from the Americas. Red Herring’s Americas Top 100 list has become a mark of distinction for identifying the most promising new companies and entrepreneurs. Previous winners include Facebook, Twitter, Google, Yahoo, Skype, Salesforce, YouTube, and eBay. Read article


Your Chance to be Heard by Rusko and Cypress Hill
EDM | May 23, 2012

Talenthouse has done a great job connecting the electronic dance music (EDM) community with names such as Avicii, Infected Mushroom, & Laidback Luke and they are now providing another unique opportunity for producers out there to be heard. Remixers and producers are invited to remix Rusko‘s recent hit “Lez Go” featuring California-native hip hop icons, Cypress Hill. Read article


Maximilian Opens For Korn (Video)
Roadrunner Records | by Phil Freeman | May 2, 2012

Maximilian Robinson, the 18-year-old DJ who won the Talenthouse remix contest and got to open for Korn in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is interviewed in this video by Sébastien Pacquet. He talks about his passion for electronic music, and the unexpected approach he took to remixing “Narcissistic Cannibal” that won the contest for him. You also get to see footage of him onstage, and hear comments from members of Korn. Read article


Talenthouse Raises $4.2M From Director Brett Ratner, Eric Schmidt’s Innovation Endeavors and Others
TechCrunch | by Frederic Lardinois | May 2, 2012

Talenthouse announced a new round of funding today. The company raised $4.2 million from a series of high-profile investors, including director and film producer Brett Ratner, Jean Piggozzi, Estée Lauder chairman William Lauder, Eric Schmidt’s Innovation Endeavors, 3TS Cisco Growth Fund and a number of angel investors. Read article


Neil Young Covers “Oh Susannah”, works with Talenthouse
Pitchfork Media | by Laura Snapes | May 1, 2012

Neil Young has also invited musicians to submit covers of classic Americana tracks to his Talenthouse project, where the winner will receive $1,000 and “promotion across Young’s social media channels.” Time to dig those campfire classics out from the recesses of memory. Read article


Lady Antebellum announces Rebuild Henryville poster contest
WHAS11 | April 11, 2012

Lady Antebellum in partnership with Talenthouse is seeking designs for a poster for the Rebuild Henryville event in Louisville, Kentucky on May 16 to benefit the students and community of Henryville, Indiana. The poster will be sold with all proceeds benefiting the Henryville tornado relief efforts. Read article


We’re Going To This Super Happy Block Party In Palo Alto
TechCrunch | by Alexia Tsotis | March 31, 2012

Today Eric Schmidt’s Innovation Endeavors, Talenthouse, Super Happy Dev House and the City of Palo Alto itself have joined forces to give nerds a place to play on University Ave for 12 hours. Because way to let your geek flag fly Palo Alto; Your move SF. Read article


Fashion Designer Tom Ford Creates Contest To Combat Bullying
People | by Janet Mock | March 20, 2012

Tom Ford has conquered the worlds of fashion and film — and now he has his sights set on combatting bullying in schools. Alongside fellow filmmaker Brett Ratner, the designer-turned-director has teamed up with the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN) and the Ad Council to invite aspiring filmmakers to submit a public service advertisement for GLSEN’s award-winning “Think Before You Speak” campaign. Read article


Talenthouse Connects Creatives With Opportunities to Succeed
ApparelNews | by Alison Nieder | February 10, 2012

Talenthouse is a website offering a chance to land these gigs as well as many other creative opportunities, from logo and album design to scholarships with the Paul Taylor Dance company. Based in Los Angeles; Palo Alto; New York; and London, Talenthouse is an online venue where the creative community can interact and collaborate on a wide range of projects. Read article


Are You The Face Of BCBGMAXAZRIA Spring 2013?
Indie Fashion Media | February 7, 2012

For the first time ever — from February 6 through March 21 BCBGMAXAZRIA, Refinery29 and Talenthouse will host a contest and search to discover BCBGMAXAZRIA’s next new face. Read article


Morning Parade Invade North America This Spring!
EMI | by Julia | January 30, 2012

Morning Parade launched a competition in partnership with cutting-edge creative community, Talenthouse, to create a brand new music video for the band’s future single “Headlights.” Read article


Mastodon Teams Up With Tim Biskup and Talenthouse
ALTSOUNDS | January 26, 2012

Mastodon and Talenthouse are giving fans a chance to design a “Dry Bone Valley” banner that will be featured on Mastodon’s website. The designs will be chosen by fan votes, Mastodon, and Tim Biskup. Read article


Theophilus London’s Remix Album To Be Sponsored By Bing
Billboard | by Andrew Hampp | December 14, 2011

Microsoft’s Bing and Warner Bros. Records rapper/singer Theophilus London are teaming up for an upcoming remix album, due in April and sponsored by Bing. The unique pairing is believed to be the first sponsorship of a major-label album by a brand, and was orchestrated in part by Talenthouse. Read article


Korn And Talenthouse Team Up For Remix Contest!
Icon vs. Icon | by Kate Vendetta | December 12, 2011

To celebrate the release of their dubstep-flavored effort ‘The Path of Totality’, which dropped last week, Korn have partnered with Talenthouse to invite artists to submit a remix using provided stems from the songs ‘Get Up’ or ‘Narcissistic Cannibal’. So, why remix? Well, how about for the chance to be the opening DJ at one of their upcoming concerts? Read article


Talenthouse taps crowdsourcing campaigns to hype artists
The Daily | by Andy Meek | November 20, 2011

The contest, and other recent ones like it for artists and brands that include Justin Timberlake, Paul McCartney, Red Bull and Amazon Studios, is the work of Talenthouse, a two-year-old Palo Alto, Calif., tech company that conducts crowdsourcing campaigns to promote artists and brands. Read article


Queen Don’t Stop Me Now Remix Competition
Music Radar | by Ben Rogerson | November 14, 2011

Queen and social media platform Talenthouse have announced a Don’t Stop Me Now remix competition, with budding producers being offered the chance to download the original stem files of the 1979 hit. This is the first time that Queen have released stem files, and we’re sure they’ll make for fascinating listening for fans of the band. Read article


Leona Lewis launches competition to design her a stage outfit
METRO | October 31, 2011

The stunning X Factor winner is challenging designers to create a stage outfit. One winner will work with Leona and a professional team to create and complete the outfit, receiving worldwide exposure for their design, a picture of the star wearing it and a prize. Leona, who has teamed up with Talenthouse for the project, will also choose two runners up who will have their designs featured across her website and social media sites. Read article


Leona Lewis announces fashion-design contest
Examiner | by Carla Hay | October 31, 2011

Leona Lewis, the winner of “The X Factor” U.K. in 2006, has partnerned with Talenthouse for a fashion-design contest in which contestants must a design an outfit for Lewis. Read article


Your Photo, Justified
The New York Times | by Clinton Cargill | October 17, 2011

Having conquered so many other media, Mr. Timberlake is turning his attention to photography, sponsoring (and judging) a photo contest to promote his latest movie, “In Time.” The contest asks photographers to submit a picture inspired by the phrase “every second counts,” which could easily serve as a tag line for the dystopian Robin Hood story. Read article


deadmau5 – My New Head is SUPER CHEESY!!!
TMZ | October 12, 2011

After THOUSANDS of submissions … super-famous DJ deadmau5 has finally selected a winner in his worldwide search for a new “head” … and of course, the mouse was drawn to the cheese. Read article


Justin Timberlake Wants You to Take His Facebook Profile Picture
Advertising Age | by Jason Del Rey | September 23, 2011

Justin Timberlake is hitting the big screen again next month with a lead role in the sci-fi thriller “In Time.” And the singer, actor and investor has teamed up with Los Angeles digital agency Talenthouse to launch a photography contest aimed at building buzz for the film. Read article


New Route to Sundance: Follow the Bunny
The New York Times | by Brooks Barnes | September 14, 2011

Playboy on Wednesday is announcing a competition intended to give budding film directors a new spotlight at the Sundance Film Festival. The entertainment and publishing company will operate its contest, called the ‘Playboy Shorts Series’, via Talenthouse, a social networking site that aims to foster artistic collaboration. Read article


Fancy modelling for Issa on the London Fashion Week catwalk?
my daily | by Sarah Karmali | August 10, 2011

Think you’ve got what it takes to be the next Miranda Kerr or Rosie Huntington-Whiteley? Well Issa London is looking for a fresh new face to star in its next catwalk show – and it could be you. Read article


Who Wants to Be a Milliner? Design a Hat for Stephen Jones
UNBEIGE | by Stephanie Murg | August 9, 2011

Milliners, start your engines! Chapeau master Stephen Jones has teamed with British Vogue and Talenthouse on a design contest that’s tops. Your mission: Create a one-of-a-kind, spectacular hat and then submit a photograph or illustration of it. Read article


Universal Music Group Taps Talenthouse for Crowdsourcing Artist Campaigns
Billboard | by Antony Bruno | July 21, 2011

Talenthouse has made headlines the last few months conducting crowdsourcing campaigns for artists seeking new creative vendors. This momentum has led to a label-wide deal with Universal Music Group, which will use Talenthouse’s platform to conduct fan-engagement contests. Read article


Universal Music Taps Talenthouse to Help Music Acts Find Free Help (and Publicity) on Facebook
AllThingsD | by Peter Kafka | July 21, 2011

Two-year-old Talenthouse has been signing up a steady stream of celebrities to use its platform, and today it is bringing in another slug of them, via a deal with Universal Music Group. The world’s largest music label has agreed to provide more than 100 of its artists for Talenthouse campaigns in a revenue-sharing deal. Read article


Universal Signs Deal with Crowdsourcing Firm Talenthouse
Rolling Stone | by Matthew Perpetua | July 22, 2011

Universal Music Group has signed a label-wide deal with Talenthouse, an agency that conducts “crowdsourcing” campaigns to promote artists. So far, Talenthouse’s campaigns have resulted in larger, more vocal fan communities run by the artists themselves, and increased awareness of artists beyond their usual fanbase. Read article


Universal Music Group Inks Talenthouse Deal To Crowdsource
MediaPost | by Laurie Sullivan | July 21, 2011

The rock group Queen has invited videographers and filmmakers to create an original music video for their 1977 classic hit “Sheer Heart Attack” through crowdsourcing. The rockers plan to use the winning submission as a music video that will run across Queen’s social media channels. Read article


Universal Music Group Partners With Social Crowdsourcing Platform Talenthouse
Mashable | by Brenna Ehrlich | July 21, 2011

Talenthouse is an online community for artists founded in 2009 that creates competitions hosted by celebs and brands in order to jumpstart the careers of lesser-known artists in a variety of disciplines. Read article


Beatles Great Paul McCartney Plunges Into Crowd Sourcing
The Wall Street Journal | by Timothy Lloyd | July 6, 2011

Four decades after Paul McCartney crooned “send me a postcard, drop me a line,” the British rock icon is inviting fans to send him original works of art, in a bid to cultivate new ways to interact with audiences. In a contest set to begin Wednesday and created by tech start-up Talenthouse, the promotion calls for competitors to design a work inspired by McCartney’s music. Read article


Sequoia hires — and kicks tires — with Talenthouse deal
GigaOM | by Colleen Taylor | June 22, 2011

Sequoia Capital is hiring. The Silicon Valley venture capital firm — known for its early investments in tech superstars such as Apple, Google, and LinkedIn– is looking to fill 20 graphic design vacancies at its portfolio companies in a decidedly unconventional way. Read article


X-Men Director Brett Ratner, Stan Lee, And Other Notables Use Crowdsourcing Startup Talenthouse To Mine For Talent
TechCrunch | by Rip Empson | June 16, 2011

Talenthouse, which went live at the end of 2009, is a startup that specializes in getting big names to find not-so-famous, but equally-as-talented collaborators through global social media competitions. Essentially, you can think of these projects as speedy, micro online versions of American Idol or X Factor, except the winner actually collaborates with the talent. Read article


Brett Ratner Wants You as His Production Assistant
The Hollywood Reporter | by Sofia M. Fernandez | June 16, 2011

Ratner’s Rat Entertainment production banner and Talenthouse are sponsoring a short film contest that will award the winner a job as a production assistant on an upcoming production. The winner will also receive a couple of nights’ accommodation and “invaluable advice” from Ratner, who will work with the P.A. for two days. Read article


Celebs Crowdsource With Talenthouse
Fast Company | by Gregory Ferenstein | June 17, 2011

Legendary comic creator Stan Lee is looking for a new superhero; rapper the Game is scouting for a new verse–and anyone with an idea and an Internet connection could have the next big thing. Talenthouse has developed quite a cast of celebrity users scouring user-generated ideas to help break their creative blocks and create new stars in the process. Read article


Deadmau5 — So Many Heads to Choose From!
TMZ | June 1, 2011

Deadmau5 has a MAJOR decision to make … because the world famous DJ has some serious contenders for a contest he announced to replace his iconic mouse head … and TMZ has the pics! Read article


Deadmau5 Asks Fans: Send Me Your (Fake) Heads
WIRED | by Hugh Hart | May 26, 2011

Deadmau5 needs a new mask and he’s asking fans to design one for him. The Toronto-based music producer known for performing in pumpkin-size head sculptures is teaming with Talenthouse to solicit designs for his next stage costume. Read article


Deadmau5 Wants You To Design His Next Giant Mouse Head
Mashable | by Brenna Ehrlich | May 25, 2011

To do so, deadmau5 has hooked up with Talenthouse.com, an online community for artists founded in 2009 that creates competitions hosted by celebs and brands in order to jumpstart the careers of lesser-known artists in a variety of disciplines. Read article


Get Famous On Facebook Through Talenthouse
AllFacebook | by Jorge Cino | May 17, 2011

A Palo Alto start-up Talenthouse has found a creative way to give talented people life-changing opportunities to collaborative with big artists and big brands through a Facebook voting platform. Read article


Paul Taylor Seeks Students via Web
The Wall Street Journal | by Pia Catton | February 19, 2011

The partnership represents the first foray into modern dance for Talenthouse. The bulk of its competitions are related to popular culture in such forms as pop music, fashion or photography. Virgin Mobile, for example, is running a contest to find assistant bloggers for nine dates on Lady Gaga’s 2011 tour. Read article


Lady Gaga Fans Can Win Chance To Blog Backstage
Rolling Stone Magazine | by Matthew Perpetua | February 17, 2011

Lady Gaga and Virgin Mobile are offering bloggers and video journalists a chance to get behind the scenes and cover Gaga’s Monster Ball 2011 tour. Participants are asked to submit a 1-to-2 minute video making a case for why they should cover their local Gaga gig. Read article


Marketers Rely on Third-Party Technology
Advertising Age | by Edmund Lee | February 14, 2011

Ron Faris, Director Brand Marketing & Experiences at Virgin Mobile, has also brought in Palo Alto-based agency Talenthouse to drive Facebook users to Lady Gaga’s “Monster Ball” tour, which Virgin Mobile is sponsoring. Talenthouse has set up a submission page where Facebook users can submit short videos to become one of 10 official bloggers for the tour.
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Create A Superhero For Stan Lee and Todd McFarlane!
MTV Geek | by Valerie D’Orazio | September 28, 2010

I can’t think of anything cooler than getting a chance to create an original superhero for comic legend Stan Lee — except doing it to also help promote a good cause!. And when Todd McFarlane heard about the Stan Lee Foundation’s partnership with Talenthouse to “Design a Superhero Character,” he immediately wanted to get involved and offer a life-changing opportunity for the lucky winning artist. Read article here and here


Dressing The Machine
Style.com | by Matthew Schneier | November 11, 2010

Florence Welch, the red-headed English soul singer who fronts Florence + the Machine, has a decided preference for the boho-weirdo school of art-rock dressing—the more diaphanous layers, the better. She recently gave fans the opportunity to design an outfit for one of the New York stops on her tour. Read article


Design a limited edition stereo graphic and win $2,000 plus residuals!
Examiner | by Robin Lewis | October 31, 2010

The online “creative community,” which launched last week, aims to connect filmmakers, photographers, musicians and artists on collaborative projects. Visitors then rank the works-in-progress. Along the way, unknown creative types get to showcase their talents and connect with established professionals. Read article


Get Published By Graphic.ly!
MTV | by Eddie Wright | October 28, 2010

Internationally-acclaimed artist (and MTV Geek live art contributor!) Jim Mahfood is teaming with Talenthouse and Graphic.ly to discover the next great comic book talent. In addition to publication, winning artists will be able to pick the brain of Mahfood about the ins-and-outs of the comic industry in three exclusive mentoring sessions.
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Design a stage outfit for Florence Welch
The Vine | by Lauren Burvill | September 28, 2010

The magical flame haired siren that is Florence Welch has teamed up with LuckyMag.com and Talenthouse to give budding fashion designers the chance to design a stage outfit for the Florence and the Machine singer. Chosen by lady Flo, her stylist Aldene Johnson and Lucky Magazine’s Creative Director Andrea Linett, the winning design will be worn onstage when the British band perform at New York’s Terminal 5 on November 2. Read article


Florence’s Talent Hunt
VOGUE | by Ella Alexander | September 30, 2010

FLORENCE WELCH of Florence & The Machine is launching a new competition to design a stage outfit for her performance at the high profile music venue Terminal 5 in New York. The winner will receive £316 (according to current exchange rates), and an all expenses paid two night stay in New York to see Florence perform. The winner will also be given the chance to meet Florence with her band backstage.
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Design A Stage Outfit For Florence Welch!
Coco Perez | by Perez Hilton | September 21, 2010

LuckyMag.com is giving up and coming designers the opportunity to create a stage outfit for Florence Welch, lead singer of Florence + the Machine. The design submissions will be judged by Florence, her stylist Aldene Johnson and Lucky Magazine’s creative director Andrea Linett. Read article


A Florence and the Machine Smorgasbord!
Young Hollywood | by Katie Marzullo | September 20, 2010

Hot off their killer, show-stopping performance at the VMAs, Florence and the Machine continues to ride their wave of awesome. Talenthouse is currently hosting a “creative invite” for average joes like you and me with a artistic itch to design an outfit for Florence Welch to wear onstage! How rad is that? Read article


Attention Artists: Stan Lee Wants You… To Create The Stan Lee Foundation Logo
MTV | by Rick Marshall | August 23, 2010

Growing up with Stan Lee’s “Stan’s Soapbox” columns, I always dreamed of doing work for Stan “The Man” when I grew up. Sadly, my lack of any artistic skills whatsoever put a bit of a crimp in that plan — but if you’re an aspiring artist, you can still live that dream. Read article


Stan Lee Needs You!
Thunder Chunky | by Jon Raffe | August 24, 2010

Anyone with the faintest interest in comicbooks will be well aware of the legend that is Stan Lee… the man behind Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, Iron Man, Daredevil, the Hulk… need any more?? Well he’s now taking on a new challenge in the shape of the Stan Lee Foundation, which is a non-profit organisation aiming to provide access to literacy, education and the arts for all. Read article


Talenthouse: Kreative Köpfe sind gefragt
Kurier | April 20, 2010

Mit seinem neuen Start-up hat der Wiener Jajah-Gründer Roman Scharf zum einen Wunderkinder, zum anderen neue Werbeformen im Web im Auge. Read article


Talenthouse’s ‘Creative Community’ Connects All Kinds of Artists
WIRED | By Hugh Hart | July 7, 2009

The online “creative community,” which launched last week, aims to connect filmmakers, photographers, musicians and artists on collaborative projects. Visitors then rank the works-in-progress. Along the way, unknown creative types get to showcase their talents and connect with established professionals. Read article


Boy George on His Clothing Line — And Musical Inspiration
People | September 3, 2009

He’s also using the web to discover new collaborators for his upcoming dance track “Yes We Can,” through a contest on talenthouse.com. “I feel it’s a very refreshing idea. I’m pretty excited to find artists through Talenthouse and see what people do with my song. Absolutely, I can’t wait!” Read article


Despite Downturn, Bold Moves and New Techniques
The New York Times | by Stuart Elliott | October 29, 2009

Another agency, Bartle Bogle Hegarty in London, is trying its hand at crowdsourcing, too, through a company named Talenthouse in Mountain View, Calif., that offers creative types a chance to take part in collaborative projects. The companies are teaming up to find graphic artists, photographers and filmmakers to help produce a campaign for a new product, the Ila Dusk personal security alarm. The participants will split $20,000 among them, and the winner will also get an internship at the agency. Read article


Naomi Wants New Talent
Modelinia | October 28, 2009

Naomi Campbell has a mission for you. Two missions to be exact. She’s working with the new website Talenthouse.com, which is a global community for talent in music, fashion, film, art, and photography. It’s basically a creative collaboration, providing a forum for artists to find inspiration, post their own work, and host their own space. Read article


Naomi Searches for supermodel
The Sun | by Richard White | October 27, 2009

Ordinary members of the public will have the chance to become an international supermodel as part of a national search for the latest fashion talent. The contest is part of the launch of new website Talenthouse.com, which gives normal people a shot at working with A List stars on their latest projects. Read article


A new website could give you four and a half stars… and Naomi Campbell
NYLON | by Faran Krentcil | October 27, 2009

Now a new website aims to connect wannabe creatives with clients of their choice. Called Talent House, it hosts open calls for art and music submissions by known brands and studios. First up? Naomi Campbell, who wants a new photographer and a new model. Submit your portfolio to the supermodel and her team, and await the judgment day when you can follow in Testino’s footsteps, or take your place as the next Freja / Coco / Abbey / whoever. Read article


Tavi On Film
VOGUE | by Lauren Milligan | May 21, 2010

Fashion blogger extraordinaire Tavi Gevinson is teaming up with fashion writer Diane Pernet to judge a new fashion film competition. The initiative, A Shaded View on Fashion Film 2010 in association with talenthouse.com, hopes to find the next great fashion filmmaker – and it could be you.
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A Shaded View on Fashion Film 2010
Style Rookie | by Tavi Gevinson | May 12, 2010

People with ideas, get to work! Talenthouse has invited epic veiled blogger and ZOO editor Diane Pernet and myself to take part in judging the A Shaded View on Fashion Film 2010 competition. Read article


Top Model / Photographer Found
GLAMOUR | May 11, 2010

Talenthouse, Naomi Campbell and GLAMOUR Magazine’s Editor Jo Elvin have chosen the winners of their search for the hottest new face and snapper in the UK. Read article


Russell Simmons, Jermaine Dupri and Bow Wow at the Talent House party at Chateau Marmont on Saturday
MTV | by Todd Williamson | September 7, 2009

Russell Simmons, Jermaine Dupri and Bow Wow at the Talent House.
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Move over MySpace?
Examiner | by Kate Michael | June 30, 2009

Though it officially goes live today, it starts with a base of 25,000 artists signed up in its Alpha test phase – and these are some heavy hitters. A sampling of the current community includes international curator Dan Cameron, fashion icon Naomi Campbell, actor Stephen Duff, the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, and Oscar nominee Fernando Meirelles (whom you probably saw in City of God). Performer Jay-Z just endorsed the project as well. Read article


And Then There Was Talenthouse…
Fine Arts LA | by Nicole Campoy-Leffler | July 11, 2009

We’d like to welcome to the World Wide Web the latest in online networking. This is networking for a purpose – or a more acceptable purpose anyway. Created by Roman Scharf and Amos Pizzey, Talenthouse is a platform on which emerging and established artists can find innovative ways of collaborating that weren’t necessarily available to them before.
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Talenthouse – The House of the Rising (and more established) Artists
All My Faves | by Shachar Pessis | August 10, 2009

For artists and creatives from all known disciplines and beyond, Talenthouse provides a platform to create new work, collaborate with each other and become recognized by a global audience. The interesting point here is that they don’t focus on just one group or type of artists; you can find here emerging, spanking-new artists along with more established ones. Read article


Jajah Co-founder Launches Talenthouse Artist Site
ReadWriteWeb | by Dana Oshiro | June 30, 2009

What do supermodel Veronica Webb, the Vienna Symphony Orchestra and Jajah co-founder Roman Scharf all have in common? Besides wealth and celebrity, they’re all connected to today’s launch of Talenthouse entertainment network. Read article



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