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.
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
meet some new faces, and old regulars – join us at https://live.upstage.org.nz/
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 […]
UpStage is featured in the exhibition 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. The exhibition opens on 15 April as […]
The next open walkthrough takes place on Monday 7th September (or Tuesday 8th if you are in the front part of the world) and will focus on audio-visual streaming in UpStage. Participants will learn how to set up an audio-visual stream using the Flash Media […]
After a hiatus to clean up some gnarly server issues and disentangle a few bugs in the new V3, UpStage will once again open its doors to anyone who is interested in discovering how this real-time digital performance platform can be used to create innovative […]
Vicki and Helen will participate remotely in this workshop at the British HCI 2015 conference, presenting UpStage and contributing to the day’s discussions. The workshop “Designing Digital Creative Commons for the Performing Arts” aims to “bring together HCI designers, creative technologists, Performing Arts practitioners and theorists […]
Following on from the 2013 project We have a situation!, Helen Varley Jamieson will travel to Brasil in October to create a “situation” in Rio de Janeiro, on the topic of water pollution. It is part of Multicidade, an international festival of women in the performing arts. […]