DRIP combines performing arts and visual arts designed to excite and move audiences (while supporting their “Drippies” in things they are passionate about). Jessica Mariko talks about their drive as a company, creative constraints, and the power of positive thinking.
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In this episode, you will learn:
- How Jessica formed DRIP, a multi-sensory theater experience that is an extension of her inner psyche and various skillsets as an artist.
- How Jessica uses journals, new environments, and window shopping to keep her creative process alive.
- Why DRIP has a private Facebook group for collaborating.
- Why diversifying the roles of your company can allow your company that competitive advantage to succeed.
- How Jessica formed “Creative Constraints” using descriptors, a mission statement, and photos in order to guide her artists and keep branding and new creative consistent.
- Even if you’re an independent artist, you are creating a brand that audience members can follow and you need a team.
- Why you need to stop worrying aboyt typos and get#@&! done.
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