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.
facilitated group session in how to use UpStage
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 […]
A series of artists’ “swarays” are being held in UpStage, hosted by Aotearoa Digital Arts. The first took place at 9pm NZ time on Sunday 7 May, the second on June 11 and the third was held during SCANZ on Sunday 9 July and featured […]
Helen taught an UpStage course at the Computing Women’s Congress at Waikato University. The participants prepared a live performance, “Indigenous Maniacs“, which was performed on Thursday 16 February at 12.45 pm NZ time and repeated at the March open walk-through. Watch a recording of the […]
UpStage was presented at the ADA symposium, _Emerge_, in Dunedin NZ on 26 November. The family JeanRichard, from Switzerland, created a performance in UpStage which they presented live on 29 October, 10am western Europe time. The performance was called Life and more information is available […]
In December 2004, UpStage entered into a new server hosting partnership with Wellington internet provider CityLink. Read the full media release (Word document). Regular open sessions began in October, to give people the opportunity for a hands-on introduction to UpStage. Vicki Smith gave a presentation […]
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.