DIY Livestreaming with Mo Horner & Connor Price-Kelleher

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May 5, 2020

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12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

DIY Livestreamers Mo and Connor run you through a simple home set-up for a professional, multi-camera livestream on a budget. Learn how to use 2 or more cameras and Switcher Studio to build a simple audio set-up and stream through OBS to the internet! This workshop is for newbies and those working on a budget, no experience with livestreaming required.

​Mo Horner is an artist based in Kingston, Ontario. Selected credits include: assistant directing Unholy (GCTC, upcoming), directing Hana Hashimoto: Sixth Violin (Thousand Islands Playhouse, 2019), assistant directing Behaviour (GCTC/SpiderWebShow, 2019). She works on digital content with SpiderWebShow’s foldA. She is the Festival Director of CFRC’s Shortwave Theatre Festival and helmed Kingston’s Storefront Fringe Festival from 2016-2018. Co-founding the Cellar Door Project with Devon Jackson in 2013, Mariah has produced 15 original site-specific works in Kingston and Ottawa. Mariah played Kate Unger in George F. Walker’s HBO Canada Series Living in Your Car. Mariah has an MA in Theatre Theory & Dramaturgy from uOttawa and has been published by SpiderWebShow, Visit Kingston, Canadian Theatre Review, the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario.

Connor Price-Kelleher has worked all over Ontario and once in Winnipeg as a stage manager, technical director, and theatre creator. He most recently created a clown show with Robin Breiche called Cincip which premiered at the Ottawa Fresh Meat Festival in 2019. Some other past productions include; A (Musical) Mid Summer Night’s Dream – Driftwood Theatre Group 2019, The Omnibus Bill – Tactics Theatre Collective Series 2019, Burnt – Undercurrents 2019, Le Crip Bleu – Fresh Meat Cabaret 2019, Cardinal – Aplombusrhombus 2018, Burnt– Winnipeg FemFest 2018, What’s Cooking – Kingston Fringe 2018. When not at the theatre Connor can be found locking people in rooms for a living as the Technical Director of Improbable Escapes in Kingston.