13 performances by more than 22 artists from at least 10 countries around the world, all performed live on 070707 … it’s been a fantastic day and a wonderful way to celebrate the launch of UpStage V2! Enormous thank yous to all the artists who […]
performances taking place in UpStage
UpStage version 2 was officially launched on 28 June 2007, with a function at the New Zealand Film Archive and the opening of a two-week exhibition. There was almost a scandal at the launch event when renegade cyberformance troupe Avatar Body Collision inadvertently began a […]
The performances selected for the 070707 UpStage Festival have been announced – click here for the full list. The festival takes place on 070707 (7 July 2007) – click here for performance times – and there will be live links to the stages from this […]
UpStage 2 was officially launched on 28 June 2007, with an event at the NZ Film Archive, Wellington, NZ. This event also opened an exhibition that will run until 15 July, and incorporate the 070707 festival of performances in UpStage. Photos from the launch.
A festival of live online performances on 070707 is being organised to celebrate the launch of UpStage 2. You are warmly invited to create your own original cyberformance and perform it to a global audience, using UpStage – www.upstage.org.nz. The UpStage team can help you […]
Vicki and Helen were in Dunedin during the Fringe Festival, teaching an UpStage workshop on Wednesday 4 October and with Avatar Body Collision giving a work-in-progress showing of their new show, Familiar Features, using UpStage.
January 24 2006: Vicki and Helen presented UpStage remotely, with Douglas on-site in Dunedin to answer all the tricky technical questions. This event was attached to linux.conf.au 2006
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.