The Professionals Playbook

Top Artist and World Economic Forum Cultural Leader on using Art to Boost Creativity in Other Fields--Drue Kataoka

February 18, 2020 Justin "HASARD" Lee Episode 37
The Professionals Playbook
Top Artist and World Economic Forum Cultural Leader on using Art to Boost Creativity in Other Fields--Drue Kataoka
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The Professionals Playbook
Top Artist and World Economic Forum Cultural Leader on using Art to Boost Creativity in Other Fields--Drue Kataoka
Feb 18, 2020 Episode 37
Justin "HASARD" Lee

My guest today is Drue Kataoka who has built the top art studio in Silicon Valley, and did it entirely outside the gallery system. Her studio serves top art collectors in 4 continents and over 30 countries. Her art was used for the first zero gravity art exhibit in space at the International Space Station. She was also selected as a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader & Cultural Leader. 

In our conversation we talk about how art can be a catalyst for creativity in other professions, how creativity is like a muscle that you have to train, and the future of art in virtual and augmented reality. Below are the show notes and associated time stamps: 

  • How art fosters creativity (minute 03:20)
  • Art vs. science (08:45)
  • Art vs. technology (15:00)
  • Building a business around art (21:45)
  • The commission model (25:30)
  • Her art (28:30)
  • First art exhibit in space (32:00)
  • Virtual reality art (40:00)
  • Grit in art (47:30)
  • Influence of Japan (55:30)
  • Her principles (1:01:30)

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Show Notes

My guest today is Drue Kataoka who has built the top art studio in Silicon Valley, and did it entirely outside the gallery system. Her studio serves top art collectors in 4 continents and over 30 countries. Her art was used for the first zero gravity art exhibit in space at the International Space Station. She was also selected as a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader & Cultural Leader. 

In our conversation we talk about how art can be a catalyst for creativity in other professions, how creativity is like a muscle that you have to train, and the future of art in virtual and augmented reality. Below are the show notes and associated time stamps: 

  • How art fosters creativity (minute 03:20)
  • Art vs. science (08:45)
  • Art vs. technology (15:00)
  • Building a business around art (21:45)
  • The commission model (25:30)
  • Her art (28:30)
  • First art exhibit in space (32:00)
  • Virtual reality art (40:00)
  • Grit in art (47:30)
  • Influence of Japan (55:30)
  • Her principles (1:01:30)

Sign up for my newsletter for a few useful and insightful things that have helped me over the last month. You can sign up by clicking here.

LinkedIn-- Justin 'Hasard' Lee
Instagram-- @justinfighterpilot
Facebook--@justinfighterpilot

This episode was edited by Trevor Cabler

You can review the show by tapping here and scrolling to the bottom where it says: "Write a Review." Thanks for the support 👊