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.
In October 2005, we released the TAB Badge, a blog widget.
The new job section: TAB Jobs launched a week ago and we currently have 5 companies advertising for open positions on the English side of TAB (and 12 on the Japanese side of TAB).
Today, Tokyo Art Beat’s non-profit organisation Gadago has entered into an agreement with the Flanders Center, a non-profit foundation based in Osaka that will launch Kansai Art Beat in April 2007.
Have you seen? Tokyo Art Beat has debuted a new service at the top of your screen: “TAB Jobs”.
We wish to thank the people and entities who have donated to Gadago, the Non Profit Organisation running TAB, over the past few months.
Gadago, the Non-Profit Organisation behind Tokyo Art Beat, relies on donations, t-shirt sales and advertising to pay its bilingual staff of 3 and support the work of more than 15 volunteers (writers, designers, coders).
TAB Video has been added as a new TABlog category.
For those who couldn’t make it, since 2pm, this Sunday 24th September, the ICC Open Salon: “Is Open-Source Art Possible?” symposium is being broadcasted live on the web. (Japanese language only)
The festival will be held tommorrow, Septmeber 17. GEISAI is a TAB sponsor.
Nobumasa Takahashi, Tomato
We started to sell TAB T-shirts last October. And now in the middle of a hot summer in Japan, “Last Super Sale” is here. Our special is “2 Tees for 3000 yen”.
A week before the opening of the third Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial 2006 (opened June 23) in Niigata prefecture, Tokyo Art Beat and Shirokuma ventured out to the House of Light, a guesthouse designed by James Turrell for the first art triennial.
A couple of news items:
Golden week at last. For many of us here in Japan, this means a few days off work, and for all of us Tokyo Art and Design junkies, it means tons of opportunities to visit shows or participate in art or design events.
Last Thursday afternoon, our server hard drive died, but we were up again before friday lunch, just in time for those of you preparing your week-end gallery tours. Sorry for the inconvenience.
TAB will be presented in a TV program for the first time ever today. Sorry for this last minute announcement, but please check it out.
I’ve returned to New York and what I miss (almost) most about Tokyo is TAB.
As of this month, some of TAB’s most popular events will find their way to the pages of The Japan Times (printed edition) every couple weeks in a similar shape to our online TAB Badge.
2005 was a good year for Tokyo Art Beat with a great party celebrating our first year anniversary.
After months of preparation, we are so excited to announce that the first collection of TAB T-shirts is now on sale.
If you look at the bottom of the Home page, as part of the recent redesign, there is now a list of the art & design festivals happening in Tokyo.
We created a TAB community on Mixi this past May and already have close to 100 members.
Since its launch 8 months ago, the popularity of the MyTAB features has been steadily picking up.
TABlog's writers deliver regular reviews, features and interviews to stimulate discussion about all sides of Tokyo's creative scene.