SpiderWebShow News

SpiderWebShow News

announcinG foldA: festival of live digital Arts

Last week on Twitter, SpiderWebShow announced the first installment of foldA, a a nation-wide festival of live digital art. https://twitter.com/SpiderWebShow/status/884767020801290240 foldA is the only festival of its kind...
Sarah Garton Stanley stands in front of a green screen, video monitor shows people gathered in the digital rehearsal hall.

CdnStudio Launches May 15 @ Theatre Centre

https://vimeo.com/215504407 Rehearse, Converse and Perform Online CdnStudio is an online ‘room’ that uses internet technology to bring collaborators from across Canada together. With a few key...

Press Release

  For Immediate Release: SpiderWebShow Performance launches as Canada’s first National digital performance company. “Where Canada, the internet, and live performance connect” October 25, 2016. Canada - Four...

SpiderWebShow welcomes our new editors

After over two-hundred artist-driven articles about Canadian performance from across Canada, there are some big shifts occurring in how our online magazine operates.  Calgary's...

Artistic Director and Creative Catalyst

  Beginning January 15 2017, SpiderWebShow will transition to a new structure with Michael Wheeler as Full-Time Artistic Director and Sarah Garton Stanley as Creative...

SpiderWebShow @ Queen’s University

SpiderWebShow has been teaching a course  at Queen's University (IDIS 410) as part of the our Residency at the University.  On December 2nd in...

SpiderWebShow establishes board of directors

The SpiderWebShow is pleased to announce the creation of our board of directors, which consists of... Lois Dawson is a Vancouver-based stage & production manager. Her...

Thank you for supporting CdnStudio!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXGAGOFK59M 86 investors from St.John's to Whitehorse are shaping the future of #cdncult through CdnStudio.      

The Birth of a Digital Rehearsal Process for Live Performance: A Slack Convo

I have been dreaming about this project for the better part of two years. The balance of the time was spent trying to find terms of reference to explain my dream to my colleagues. At several points along the path I abandoned hope. My desires far outstripped my technical acumen and it was only through a kind of patience, that has been a major part of SpiderWebShow’s success, that I was able to hold on.