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Hitotoki Tokyo has launched in Japanese, after the successful launch of the English version. We have a few stories up there already so go have a look. We will also open in New York in September and are currently looking for submissions. I have published an article on how to make better presentations at Pecha-Kucha […]

Art & Design Job board on TAB

Taking inspiration from a recent trend in the US IT industry, Tokyo Art Beat has debuted a new section: “TAB Jobs“. TAB Jobs is a new job board that will launch on the 1st of December with job offers specially targeted at the dynamic community of creative professionals living and working in Tokyo, Japan. Finding […]

TAB News

Last month, we released the second collection of TAB shirts. 5 new international designers and artists have again accepted to donate a design to be printed and sold to promote Tokyo and its lively art scene, and raise funds for Gadago, the Non-Profit organisation behind TAB. The shirts are 3800yen, including worldwide shipping. Party Time! […]

TAB shirts for cheaper!

Updated We’ve again lowered the price of the fantastic 5 TAB shirts to 3000yen for 2 shirts until the end of August. This is the final sale. 2 DAYS LEFT! Those shirts’ designs were donated by five international artists/designers: Jonathan Barnbrook, Power Graphixx, Paul Cox, Nobory Tsubaki, Buro Destruct to help make a bit of […]

David Rockefeller hates art NPOs

[NYtimes.com] David Rockefeller, chairman emeritus of the Museum of Modern Art, said yesterday that he had pledged $100 million toward its endowment – the biggest cash gift ever given to the museum. I can think of about 10,000 NPOs that would be happy to share that money to develop their structures and work, and our […]

Organizing the world’s events

SiliconBeat: EVDB: organizing the world’s events Interesting article echoeing most of the reasons why we started Tokyo Art Beat. one bit though… Dear already has competition in the space. Upcoming.org, created by Web programmer Andy Baio, offers a similar service, with an impressive list of venues, more than 10,000 events and growing list of features. […]

It lives!

Updated. The city has just become more exciting! We built what we thought was most missing in our city of Tokyo: an Art and Design amplifier. We know there are hundreds of artists and venues broadcasting in the city, yet so few ways to hear about them. Now there is Tokyo Art Beat. We feel […]

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