Survey: Art-going in Tokyo

Help us better understand how to promote Tokyo’s art and cultural events to a global audience. For every completed survey, we’ll make a donation of 500 yen to Second Harvest disaster relief organization (up to 50,000 yen in total).

In Uncategorized by Paul Baron 2011-03-29

Update
Thank you again for your participation. We got more than 130 answers and were able to pledge 50,000¥ to Second Harvest.
We have also picked the 5 winners: Ben Davis, Jess Mantell, Cedric Riveau, Simone Chown, Christopher Hobson.

Dear art-goer,

You are invited to participate in a brief survey for a Tokyo Metropolitan Government-funded strategic research project led by Tokyo Art Beat’s producer, Gadago NPO.

We are interested in your experience attending arts and cultural events in Tokyo. Some questions we would like to explore with you include the types and range of events you attend, the tools you use to learn about events, how you plan your visits and share recommendations with your entourage, and your opinions about how Tokyo compares with other creative cities around the world.

To thank you for your participation, we will:
1. For every completed survey, we’ll make a donation of 500 yen to Second Harvest disaster relief organization (up to 50,000 yen in total).
2. Five randomly selected survey-takers will receive free museum tickets in Tokyo: “Buddhist Paintings by Kazunobu Kano” Exhibition and Kyoji Takubo Exhibition.

The survey will take about 15 minutes, and we greatly appreciate your time and consideration in participating.

Thank you for sharing,

Paul Baron
co-founder of Tokyo Art Beat
Chairman of the Board – Gadago NPO

Paul Baron

Paul Baron. Born in 1977 in Paris. After graduating in 2002 from the London College of Communication, he moved to Tokyo to taste Japan's powerful visual culture. After 3 years at Honda R&D as an interaction designer and his 2004 launch of Tokyo Art Beat with Olivier and Kosuke, he now works as a usability and information designer at AQ, a Tokyo-based design & web agency. After-hours, he enjoys holding on to his rapidly fading unofficial title for biggest visitor of art exhibits in Tokyo and baking all sorts of cakes in his new Ikea kitchen. » See other writings

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