Sorry folks, we have postponed the October walk-though (due to insane busyness); keep an eye on this site, join the email list or if you’re desperate to have a look inside UpStage then and we’ll see what we can do.
facilitated group session in how to use UpStage
The monthly open walk-through will be held on Wednesday 5 September at 9pm New Zealand time; click here to find your local time.
The monthly open sessions resume on Wednesday 1 August, at 8pm New Zealand time. Click here to find your local time. The open walk-through is an opportunity for you to learn how UpStage works, and to meet and jam with others who are interested in […]
The August Open Walk-through will take place on Wednesday 1 August. Check back here or join the UpStage announcements list to be advised of the time and for the link to the stage. You don’t need to log in to participate in audience mode, but […]
Session for 070707 performers to get feedback on how their shows are developing, learn about the UpStage tools, and discuss any problems that they may have. We’ll meet on the Swaray stage and spend the first half hour going over the basics for those who […]
This is another “matchmaking” session for 070707 collaborators; we’ll also be going over the basic operations of UpStage and talking about what other training needs the 070707 performers have. The event is on Tuesday 24 April at 9pm Central European Time – find your local […]
The monthly open walk-through is an opportunity for newcomers to learn the basics in UpStage, and for regulars to jam together. Times vary as people are joining the session from all over the world. Go to the Open UpStage foyer to find the times, and […]
Helen is leading a walk-through for two people – if anyone else is interested to join then please email helen at upstage.org.nz BEFORE the event. It will be at 7pm Brisbane time, which is 10am in Europe.
An UpStage workshop was taught at the 2006 Eclectic Tech Carnival (/etc) by Helen, in New Zealand. This photo, taken by Ursa Merc, is from the workshop and shows the projected UpStage screen in the background while two participants upload an image.
Vicki Smith and Helen Varley Jamieson attended SCANZ, a two-week artists’ residency in New Plymouth, NZ, in the first two weeks of July. As well as working on Avatar Body Collision projects and collaborating with other artists, Vicki and Helen gave workshops and presentations in […]