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Event Series Event Series: Radiance Awards Workshops

Lessons from the Lighthouse – Luke Flowers Radiance Award Winner Workshop

August 31, 2023 @ 2:30 pm - 3:45 pm

Thursday, August 31, 2023

2:30 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. MT

Texas 114

A special workshop for RMCAD students by alumni and Radiance Award winner, Luke Flowers.

Inspired by my lifelong love of lighthouses, and the theme of RADIANCE. My name (Luke) means “Light Giving”, so I strive to embrace and celebrate that in all aspects of my creative journey. From the branding of Luke Flowers Creative to the storytelling in my work. Sharing signs of hope from my journey, and warnings of times I’ve crashed in the stormy seasons by missing the signs. Diving into the connections with fellow creatives that have been beacons of inspiration to me. Highlighting projects that have been milestone markers. Looking ahead at what is next and how to chart the course. I often hear so many fellow creatives say to me “We’re all in the same boat”. I find that to be true so often, even if we are experiencing the journey in different ways. The unity of creativity truly has us all engaging in a shared experience that comes with similar challenges, dangers, and dreams.

Luke Flowers is an author/illustrator from Colorado Springs, Colorado. Luke has illustrated more than 75 children’s books. Most notably, the New York Times Best-seller “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” poems by Fred Rogers, the award-winning “Unicorn Day”, “Unicorn Night” and “Unicorn Christmas” series by Diana Murray. Other unique and treasured projects include Disney’s “The Muppet Christmas Carol” storybook and “Jim Henson’s Labyrinth ABC Storybook”. He is also both author and illustrator of the “Moby Shinobi” series with Scholastic. The book series has sold over a million copies since book #1 was published in 2016. Luke’s pop-culture-themed artwork has been featured in over 50 gallery shows in New York, Los Angeles, and various galleries in Colorado.

Luke Flowers graduated from RMCAD in 2000. After graduation, he spent 10 years as a designer, illustrator, and creative director for Young Life. In 2010 he launched his own studio, Luke Flowers Creative. At that time he began focusing his creative journey on children’s publications. By 2015, Luke Flowers illustrated his first published children’s book with Penguin Random House and the Smithsonian Institute.

This workshop will take place in person.

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August 31, 2023
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2:30 pm - 3:45 pm
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Texas 114

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