UpStage will feature in the exhibition “Culture and Practice” accompanying the 2016 Libre Graphics Meeting. The LGM is hosted this year by the University of Westminster, and the exhibition will be in the university’s London Gallery West, in the Harrow campus. “Culture and Practice” opens […]
A new book about cyberformance will be launched in Cardiff, Wales on 26 April. Political Cyberformance: The Etheatre Project, by Christina Papagiannouli, examines the use of Internet platforms as theatrical, rehearsal and performance spaces and explores the interactive and political potentials of online theatre, questioning […]
For those of you waiting in anticipation while we moved servers, pushed through some new code and plotted next steps… FINALLY the next UpStage walkthrough will ; be next Tuesday 2nd August 6pm NZST – New Zealand Standard Time – find your local time look […]
Due to popular demand, a second open walkthrough will be held in August: it will take place on Thursday 11 August at 14:00 CET; find your local time here. The open walkthough is an opportunity for you to learn about UpStage and how it can […]
The next open walkthrough will be held on Tuesday 13 September, at 11am CET, 9pm NZ.
Coventry University will host the next “We have a situation!” event, in November 2016.
There will be an open walkthrough on Sunday August 20th at 11pm central European time (find your local time here). The open walkthrough is a hands-on opportunity for anyone interested in UpStage to learn the basics of how it works and how to create cyberformances […]
Students at Northumbria University in Newcastle, UK, will research the topic of nationhood for the next “We have a situation!” project.
UpStage will be presented at the 2018 Eclectic Tech Carnival, to be held at XM24 in Bologna, Italy, 8-13 October.
Arts and Culture organisations and individuals declare a Climate and Ecological Emergency