The next open walk-through will be on Wednesday 3 December (or Thursday 4th if you are in the front part of the world), and a Swaray will be held on Thursday 4th December. The walk-through is for those of you who are new to UpStage […]
Just for a change, the next open walk-through will be on a Tuesday rather than the usual Wednesday: it is happening at 8pm New Zealand time on Tuesday November 4th; click here to find your local time. The open walk-through is an opportunity for those […]
There will be an UpStage tutorial in Athens, Greece on 10 September at the 3rd International Conference on Digital Interactive Media in Entertainment and Arts (DIMEA 2008). The presentation will be given by Miljana Peric (on site) and Helen Varley Jamieson (remotely), from 11.15am to […]
The open walk-through is an opportunity for people interested to learn about UpStage to have a guided tour through the on-stage player tools, and for those who have some experience of UpStage to get together to improvise, play and jam. The next walk-through will be […]
we invite you to our cyberformance “Calling Home – Part 1” on UpStage (online performance platform) Tuesday July 1, 2008, find your local time here. eg: 5am NY, 10am UK, 7pm Bris., Melb., 9pm NZ, Meet Heather, Esme, Michael J Finch and Grand Uncle. Can […]
The next open walk-through will be held on Wednesday 7th May at 9pm European time (which is 7am Thursday 8th May for those in New Zealand). Find your local time here. At this walk-through we will unveil a number of exciting new features that have […]
The selection of performances for the 080808 UpStage Festival will be announced on 3 June 2008.
Thursday 4 October, 4pm, Graz, Austria (find your local time here). The popular cyberformance “Please Stay Alert At All Times” gets another airing this week, this time at a festival in Graz, Austria. And this time it will include more improvisation as it will be […]
World X was a virtual exchange project using UpStage, between a group of young people from Eltham Hill Secondary School in London, England, and from Westland High School, Hokitika, Aotearoa/New Zealand. It took place in the first half of 2004.