Gadago NPO is currently seeking to hire one part-time translator to help translate and edit our bilingual event listings in Kansai.
We’re going to Barcelona to speak about Tokyo Art Beat’s services!
Looking at the results of Tokyo Art Beat’s user survey
Fancy joining the TAB team in heading to the Mori Art Museum wearing an original costume inspired by the Metabolism exhibition?
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).
Our goal: a simple, clean way to reveal the art events happening around you as you move through Tokyo. No need to plan your gallery visits from home anymore: the app gives you instant access to more than 400 art and design events, available at all times via the phone in your pocket.
Onitsuka Tiger is celebrating its 60th anniversary on September 1st with the release of a 260-page book, and a limited edition set only available online from our TAB Shop.
2009 starts with a new design remix project by Illustrator/VJ Shantell Martin.
Another new application built using TAB’s event data made available via our recently released API. We love our users creativity and support and are looking forward to more apps like this in 2009!
Stop by Scope Miami, and TAB’s media booth, from December 3-7, 2008 to say hello to Tokyo Art Beat and New York Art Beat.
Stop by the ACAF NY, and media booth 106, from November 6-10, 2008 to say hello to New York Art Beat and Tokyo Art Beat.
2 duos of artists and designers, one from Japan and one from Switzerland but based in Tokyo, share their intricate views of the city that we love with 2 new great TAB T-shirt designs.
As a way to celebrate the upcoming 4th birthday of Tokyo Art Beat, on October 4th, we decided to give away TAB’s most fiercely guarded secret.
Ready? Here it goes: all we are doing is setting information free.
The August-September issue of the art map is out. It introduces 50 popular events in Tokyo, with a preview of the Yokohama Triennale starting in September.
Have you seen the 2nd issue of the Tokyo Art Map for June-July? Since early June, we’ve given away 80,000 of them at 200+ locations in Tokyo, up from 120 for the 1st issue.
Rough Guides publish 300 travel titles, maps and phrasebooks and over 60 reference books on topics ranging form Climate Change to Classical Music. And Yes, Tokyo is no exception to their wide range of topics!
After nearly four years of beta-testing in Tokyo, today, we gave birth to a new Art and Design guide to freedom, just for New York. With 850 venues worth of events and exhibitions, this is a very healthy baby. Welcome to NYArtBeat!
Please make the most of our new bilingual art map that introduces a selection of events happening in Tokyo.
Do you love NY and TAB? Here you go.
Join us at our new series of bilingual, cultural talk events in Tokyo.
This fall, Time Out released the 2007 update of the Tokyo version of their famous city guide series. TAB contributed a small column and was given 5 guides to give away. The winners get a guide and are offered lunch with the TAB team. So, who are the winners!?
This fall, Time Out released the 2007 update of the Tokyo version of their famous city guide series. These are great guides with a more cultural angle than others and the only ones to actually cover the subject of galleries and museums over more than a single page.
Tokyo Art Beat will form part of the jury of the international “eco”-design competition ‘Love Your Earth’ organized by designboom and Design Association Japan.
Tokyo Art Beat is searching for a part-time editor to join the TAB team.
After two and a half years, TAB gets a change of look.
We are proud to announce the release of our first subtitled videos of DIVVY/dual’s first symposium Is Open Source Art Possible? held in September 2006.
TAB is looking for some volunteers to join the team of TABlog writers.
Last December, TAB’s non-profit organisation Gadago entered into an agreement with the Flanders Center, a non-profit foundation based in Osaka to provide them technical/design support for the launch of Kansai Art Beat in April 2007.
In April, we will be participating in 2 talks, one as part of the Double Cast event held at the Tokyo Wonder Site Hongo event space and one as part of the Art Fair Tokyo 2007.
Please come & participate in the discussions!
Tokyo’s Metropolis magazine writer Lucy Birmingham Fujii recently interviewed us for her bi-monthly column.