CultureHub will facilitate a meet-up for participants to learn about LiveLab, a browser-based media-router for collaborative performance developed by CultureHub. LiveLab is free and open-source and empowers artists and arts presenters to meet, create, collaborate, rehearse, and produce online performances, events, and gatherings from distributed locations. This innovative video collaboration software expands the current field of offerings by allowing users to route media in ways that best suit their needs.
In this free meet-up, Cucalorus partners with CultureHub, a global art and technology community out of New York, Los Angeles, Korea, Italy, and Indonesia, to bring LiveLab to a new community of filmmakers, performing artists, and community organizers. The CultureHub team will introduce LiveLab’s features, demonstrate how users can collaboratively edit using LiveLab, and answer any questions participants might have.
If you are able, please consider donating any amount to support on-going development of LiveLab. Your contribution will be deeply valued and will help keep LiveLab free, open-source, and available to all. To donate to LiveLab, click here.
*This is a free event but registration through the link to the left is required to access this live online event.
LiveLab is a new tool that empowers artists and arts presenters to meet, create, collaborate, rehearse, and ultimately produce multi-location performances from virtually anywhere in the world. LiveLab is a open-source and built on peer-to-peer connection with webRTC, with less response latency and a higher level of security compared to telecommunication products with server-based connections. This innovative video collaboration software expands the current field of offerings by allowing users to customize media in ways that best suit their needs. To learn more and create with LiveLab, visit culturehub.org/livelab
CultureHub is a global art and technology community that was born out of decades of collaboration between La MaMa and the Seoul Institute of the Arts, Korea’s first contemporary performing arts school. These two pioneering institutions sought to explore how the internet and digital technologies could foster a more sustainable model for international exchange and creativity.
Now in its 11th year, CultureHub has grown into a global network with studios in New York, Los Angeles, Korea, Indonesia, and Italy, providing connected environments for artists to critically examine our evolving relationship to technology. Through residencies, live productions, and educational programming, CultureHub advances the work of artists experimenting with emerging technologies in search of new artistic forms. CultureHub builds new partnerships that expand our network and provide increased access to online and offline platforms that fuel artist mobility, create opportunities for cultural exchange, and broaden human understanding through the convergence of art, technology, and education.