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This is a report submitted by Randy Nishimura of Eugene Taiko, recipients of a 2019 TCA Mini-Grant. Eugene Taiko’s 30th […]
Wishing everyone a happy, healthy, and taiko-filled new year ahead. Here's a look back on what we accomplished in 2019 (with a few teasers about what's in store for 2020). Thank you, taiko community! We're looking forward to another year of working together to empower the people and advance the art of taiko. See you next year!
Our largest Grant Program to date (mini no more!), we are excited to announce the award of $15,000 shared between five unique projects and programs in the North American taiko community. Read below to learn more about each of our 2020 grantees and be sure to mark your calendars if you are able to attend or support any of these upcoming events!
Welcome to our new website! Earlier this Fall, TCA commissioned Qris Yamashita of Kinnara Taiko to create our new visual identity. You may be familiar with her work, as she has designed all of the NATC materials since 1997. Learn more about Qris and her creative process.
TCA’s inaugural Advisory Council was introduced at NATC 2019 by Derek Oye. This group of foundational members of the taiko […]
This is a report submitted by Andrew Kihara on behalf of Yamatai Taiko, Cornell University, hosts of ECTC 2019. Yamatai […]
This is a report submitted by Amberlin Chen, Michelle Li, and Thi Nguyen of Stanford Taiko, hosts of NATC 2019. […]
Check out the Livestream archive for Taikothon 2019 here: Taiko Vision – Dream Out Loud! With an invitation to Dream […]
The TCA Tech Team held its first ever Hackathon September 26-30. Gathering from New York, Washington DC, and Hawai’i the […]