The decision to create a community calendar for members of the taiko community was driven by TCA’s commitment to empower the members of that community. The goal is to provide a platform for individuals and ensembles alike to share news about their work while also making events more easily accessible to the public. By creating one centralized location to search for events and opportunities worldwide, we are aiming to make the art of taiko more accessible than ever before.
This tool is not meant to replace current popular event-sharing platforms (e.g., Facebook events), but rather provide a space to more easily discover events and then navigate to their external links for more information, if needed.
To list your event on our community calendar, simply fill out the Submit a Listing form. Events listed on the site will direct those who find them to the event information you provide, so all we need from you is a link to any available information and (optionally) a few photos to draw attention to your listing.
Once an artist, ensemble, or institute lists an event on the Community Calendar, an “Artist Profile” is created to host that event. Profiles are primarily intended to let visitors know who is hosting the event, but also serve to let you know where in the world are all of these artists? Take a look at our world map to see who’s out there!
If you would like your artist, ensemble, or institute’s profile added to the ComCal, please fill out our Submit a Listing form.
The TCA Community Calendar is one of several 50th Anniversary initiatives celebrating 50 years of North American taiko in 2018.
Publication of event information does not imply endorsement by or affiliation with Taiko Community Alliance.
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