IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM LA MAMA
In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, all public events and performances of shows at La MaMa are suspended as of Friday, March 13, 2020 until further notice. Ticket buyers will be contacted as soon as possible with more information.
La MaMa is exploring ways to respond creatively to a situation that is potentially changing how we gather as a community in our theatres. La MaMa is working with CultureHub to provide online streaming of select productions and events on Howlround Theatre Commons.
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This is an incredibly challenging time for all of us, including arts organizations and the artists and employees who are now impacted by this suspension. If you are able, please consider making a donation and showing your support. Thank you.
"Explore what can happen when art & technology collide."
-Time Out New York
CultureHub was founded in 2009 in partnership with the Seoul Institute of the Arts in Korea and La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club in New York City to serve the global arts and technology community by offering services such as livestreaming, telepresence, and video and projection design. We connect artists from diverse disciplines and cultures and provide them with environments in which to collaborate, experiment, explore and advance the work of artists experimenting with emerging technologies and fostering new artistic forms.
CultureHub pushes the boundaries of artistic collaboration and experimentation as an incubator for creativity focused on the intersection of art and technology. We serve local and global communities by providing an open space for creative research, artistic exchange and learning.
Digital Duets – a celebration of dance improvisation used telepresence technology to connect dancers, musicians, visualists and spoken word artists in real time. Collapsing distance and allowing for spontaneous real time collaborations across networked environments with performers in Seoul, at La MaMa in New York, and at Contact Theatre in the UK.
Seoul Counterpoint was remix artist and musician Paul D. Miller a.k.a. DJ Spooky’s audiovisual meditation on the landscapes of New York and Seoul. Equally inspired by Nam Jun Paik and John Cage, Seoul Counterpoint featured traditional Korean instruments, strings, and telematic performance between New York and Seoul.
Past CultureHub Events
December 11 - December 13, 2015