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Cardboard Stage Partners with WeWork for Toronto Arts event

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NOV 11th 2017, TORONTO, CANADA

Cardboard Stage partners with WeWork to bring dance to the WeWork community in Toronto, Canada. https://undergroundcanadianballet.splashthat.com/

“We are proud to partner with WeWorks bringing art to new audiences.”, says founder Dasha Schwartz. “Cardboard Stage is about creating stages in non-traditional places and WeWorks is a perfect partnership and we are very excited to celebrate Toronto’s vibrant art scene.”.

About WeWork

It mission is to create a world where people work to make a life, not just a living. When WeWork started in 2010, it wanted to build more than beautiful, shared office spaces. WeWork wanted to build a community. A place you join as an individual, ‘me’, but where you become part of a greater ‘we’. A place where we’re redefining success measured by personal fulfillment, not just the bottom line. Community is its catalyst.

For more information on Cardboard Stage contact:
DASHA SCHWARTZ
www.cardboardstage.com
dasha.schwartz@cardboardstage.com

Cardboard Stage wins international UN award

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SEPT 3rd 2017, VIENA, AUSTRIA

Cardboard Stage wins the global finalist at the World Summit Awards for demonstrating valuable cultural assets, diversity of cultures and using state-of-the-art technology.

“We are proud that Cardboard Stage is enabling artists to create non-traditional stages”, says founder Dasha Schwartz. “We continue to to expand the platform to allow artists and sponsors to connect globally.”.

About the World Summit Awards

The World Summit Awards are a unique awards system, selecting and promoting local digital innovation with high impact on improving society. Combining an ongoing series of international events and activities with a global network of start-ups, social entrepreneurs, mentors, jurors, speakers, experts, government leaders, academia and civil society, WSA is an international platform for cut edge examples on how ICTs can have an impact on society.

Running 15 years by now, WSA has become a quality seal for digital content with societal impact in over 180 participating countries.

For more information on Cardboard Stage contact:
DASHA SCHWARTZ
www.cardboardstage.com
dasha.schwartz@cardboardstage.com

Cardboard Stage launches at International Arts & Technology Festival in Austria

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SEPT 3rd 2015, ARS ELECTRONICA FESTIVAL, LINZ, AUSTRIA.

Cardboard Stage was launched at the annual Ars Electronica Festival in Linz. The platform provides a social stage for young artist to present their performances to a global audience via traditional and 360 virtual reality footage. Cardboard Stage allows artists to create and share their STAGE at www.cardboardstage.com.

“Cardboard Stage offers a needed publishing forum for young emerging artists”, says founder Dasha Schwartz. “We have already seen performances posted from Amsterdam, Montreal and Toronto. Using Google Cardboard as well as non-360 media channels we can help artists perform on a non-traditional stage and reach a non-traditional audience.”

Professor Derrick de Kerckhove who heads The Ateliers at Ars Electronica said, “Cardboard Stage is part of the new sharing economy. Young artist need to be empowered to create and share in order advance their creativity and careers in an increasingly global arts community. The theme of this years Ars Electronica Festival is the POST CITY. How do the arts fit into the new dynamic of the smart city? Cardboard Stage is a tool of this POST CITY.”

 

credit: Florian Voggeneder

credit: Florian Voggeneder

 

For more information on Cardboard Stage contact:
DASHA SCHWARTZ
www.cardboardstage.com
dasha.schwartz@cardboardstage.com

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