Tokyo Art Beat is a cultural guide keeping residents, visitors and the world informed about Tokyo’s art scene. TAB also includes a blog. TABlog serves two functions; first, it provides information for art fans, and second, it builds an archive of the Tokyo and Japanese art scene.
AIR_J is a website dedicated to disseminating information about Artist-in-Residence programs across Japan in both Japanese and English. Artist-in-Residence (AIR) is a short-term residence program to support creative activities of artists, creators, and scholars.
The Art Byte Critique group is focused on creating a network of working artists interested in constructive dialogues about studio work and the discovery of new ideas and inspirations.
Based in the renovated Rensei Junior High School, 3331 Arts Chiyoda creates a space in which leading artists and creatives have the freedom to present their diverse expressions. 3331 brings together cutting edge art with the familiar everyday.
PechaKucha 20×20 is a simple presentation format where you show 20 images, each for 20 seconds. The first PechaKucha Night was held in Tokyo at SuperDeluxe, in February, 2003. PechaKucha Nights are informal and fun gatherings where creative people get together and share their ideas.
Gurafiku: Japanese Graphic Design is a blog started in 2009 by graphic designer, Ryan Hageman, dedicated to the history of Japanese graphic design, seeking to lift the barrier of language, and present the graphic design of Japan to an international audience.
IKI MONO, depending on how it is written in Japanese kanji, can mean a traditional word for ‘elegant beauty’ or the term for ‘living things’ in current usage. It is our aim to consider both classical and contemporary aesthetics in our writing, and to approach 21st-century visual arts with an outlook tempered by an appreciation for the nuances of historical tradition.
Canvas is a list of creatives in Tokyo. Connect with fellow creatives. Showcase your work. Be discovered by people who need your skills.