Once again UpStage is joining in an international project of live readings of letters, this time letters of love in a time of crisis, on 22nd April.
Christina Papagiannouli asks what are theatres doing online during the Covid19 lockdown, and identifies four types of platforms for online collaboration, citing UpStage as an example of purpose-built platforms.
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The article Networked Conversations as Activism by Helen Varley Jamieson has been published in INTERACT, a Portuguese online magazine for art, culture and technology.
UpStage is honoured to be included in the pavillion “It does not matter, I will eat it cold!” curated by Maja Kalogera for The Wrong Biennial 2019-20 (from 1 November 2019) and exhibited at Art 836 G Gallery, Zagreb (from 1 December 2019).
The online interactive performance “Waiting for Brexit” by the Etheatre Project will be presented on 6 September, online in UpStage and at TaPRA 2019 at the University of Exeter.
Software projects are like gardens: they are ecosystems that require ongoing nurtuting and maintenance so that they can flourish; and they have life cycles – they evolve, and sometimes they die. At the 2019 Libre Graphics Meeting in Saarbrücken, the UpStage team led a […]
On Friday 12 April 2019, at 9pm CET, UpStage joined theatres and arts organisations around the world in a global day of action coinciding with the international Extinction Rebellion and School Strike For Climate.
In October 2016, Helen Varley Jamieson gave a talk at the Herbert Gallery, Coventry, about the project We have a situation!, cyberformance, UpStage and her work. The talk was recorded by Alan Van Wijgerden, and you can watch it below. The talk launched the project […]
A newly published book exploring how art can actively engage citizens in cultural and pedagogical discussions includes a chapter on the UpStage-based cyberformance project We have a situation!