NYAB is New York's art & design events guide.
- Easy to use for all type of users, neophytes, casual art-goers or art professionals.
- Smart data organization with events sorted by media, schedules, and location, as well as event lists like Closing soon, Most popular, Open late, and Free.
- Available via mobile phone too.
- User-generated reviews and recommendations and much more:
Use MyNYAB to bookmark, get email reminders and share your favorite events and venues found on New York Art Beat.
NYAB Blog Widget
Publish a list of event picks to your blog or website with just a few lines of code.
NYAB delivers new events and articles to your website or software-based RSS reader.
- NYAB is free for all, comprehensive, independent, and neutral.
- NYAB promotes real time dialogue around art and design by presenting New York's events to audiences in the US and abroad.
- NYAB encourages everyone, even people who usually don't go see art, to discover and re-discover art and design.
Since its launch in October 2004 in Tokyo with Tokyo Art Beat, the Art Beat network has given a voice to hundreds of venues and artists who had little or no coverage or presence in traditional media or on the web. We've published information about more than 20,000 events, creating an impressive record of art in Tokyo, the Kansai area in Japan and now New York.
New York Art Beat is a free online service provided by a team of US-based volunteers with the help of Japan-based Non-Profit Organization Gadago NPO.
The Art Beat Network
New York Art Beat is part of the Art Beat network which promotes culture in exciting cities, with coverage in New York as well as the Tokyo and Kansai regions of Japan. Art Beat is a leading network of art and design event news and commentary.
The sites are powered by the BeatCMS, a custom system built by an international team of designers and developers."
Founders & Site Administrators:
Paul Baron, Olivier Thereaux, Kosuke Fujitaka, Aneta Glinkowska
PR & Content Supervision:
Aneta Glinkowska, Kosuke Fujitaka
Aneta Glinkowska, Kosuke Fujitaka, Reid Schwartz, Ann Adachi, Sayuri Rupani, John Smalls, Saori Shimada, Rasa Tsuda, Emma Augyliute, Rie Nakano, Asuka Hirano, Naoko Hirayama, Wei-Ling Woo
Teri Duerr, Matt Schlecht
Site Coding and Design:
Olivier Thereaux, Paul Baron and Chris Palmieri
And many thanks to:
M. Brendon MacInnis, Sepia International Inc., Christophe Sautot, Andreas Bovens, Patrick Benny