Drue Kataoka is known for creating interactive, reflective and engaging artworks around the world. Mrs. Kataoka’s artistic vocabulary includes complex mirror and steel reflective surfaces, distorting the perception of space and time. Her art practice also involves new and emerging technologies like virtual reality, brainwaves (EEG), and social networks. Named a Young Global Leader & Cultural Leader of the World Economic Forum (WEF), Mrs. Kataoka presented a solo exhibition at the WEF in Davos. A passionate advocate of arts education and STEAM (Integrating Art into STEM), Mrs. Kataoka has endowed the Rotary Foundation Drue Kataoka Arts Scholarship through the sale of her artworks. Twenty students have received the scholarship since its founding in 2001. She is a recipient of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Research & Education Institute Award.
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