Alan joined the Dairy Arts Center in 2021 as an Artistic Collaborator/Content Creator. R. Alan teaches writing for Regis University’s MFA program, and Lighthouse Writers Workshop. He’s the author of “The Burning Metronome” and “Anguish Garden” – graphic novels featuring social commentary, as well as The Colorado Sun’s weekly comic, “What’d I Miss?”. He also hosts the popular “MotherF**ker In A Cape” comics podcast, which focuses on marginalized members of the geek world, and has written comic books for Pop Culture Classroom, Zenescope Entertainment, and more. In addition, Alan is a musician and noted stage host, regularly emceeing celebrated events, like the DINK Awards Show, and Arise Music Festival.
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Artisit Insights with R. Alan
Every month Writer and Professor R. Alan gives us short insights into all things art!
Dairy Arts Center Creative Collaborator, Author & Professor R. Alan Brooks reminds us to ask our selves “what do we love” and “what are we doing to move closer to doing what we love?” Check back for more short artistic insights from R. Alan Brooks and the Dairy!
Dairy Arts Center Creative Collaborator, Author & Professor R. Alan Brooks wants to know “What are you afraid to do in your creative life?” Check back for more short artistic insights from R. Alan Brooks and the Dairy!
Dairy Arts Center Creative Collaborator, Author & Professor R. Alan Brooks talks about hard times, social change movements, and your gift as an artist to see possibilities others can’t. The world needs your vision as much as we need your action.
Dairy Arts Center Creative Collaborator, Author & Professor R. Alan Brooks talks about rejection and how he deals with it.
Mother F**ker in A Cape Podcast
In celebration of Black History Month, the Dairy Arts Center has partnered with R. Alan Brooks to present four episodes of the Mother F**ker in A Cape podcast. Throughout the month, R. Alan interviews a variety of black artists, creators, activists, and more!