Latoya Flowers

Latoya graduated from the School of Visual Arts in New York with her MFA in Social Documentary Film. She is currently working as a Digital Content Producer for The Adler Planetarium in Chicago, IL.

Contact: latoyacharisseflowers@gmail.com




 

In Destination Solar System, it’s the year 2096, and space tourism is available to everyone. “Space Express Tours,” the first tour company in deep space, takes audiences to the hottest hot spots and the coldest, stormiest and most spectacular sights in the Solar System. 
Learn how show creators, including the Adler Planetarium’s Science Visualization Lab experts, blend art, science and technology to create a unique, immersive experience. In this behind-the-scenes video, audiences learn how trained actors prepared to take on the role of “Jesse”, an enthusiastic, knowledgeable—but inexperienced—tour guide, and how they interact with Max, a highly advanced, fully integrated onboard computer. In this live show, audiences will discover the breathtaking visuals presented in the Grainger Sky Theater, which enables visitors to explore space as if they were there. 
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In Destination Solar System, it’s the year 2096, and space tourism is available to everyone. “Space Express Tours,” the first tour company in deep space, takes audiences to the hottest hot spots and the coldest, stormiest and most spectacular sights in the Solar System. 

Learn how show creators, including the Adler Planetarium’s Science Visualization Lab experts, blend art, science and technology to create a unique, immersive experience. In this behind-the-scenes video, audiences learn how trained actors prepared to take on the role of “Jesse”, an enthusiastic, knowledgeable—but inexperienced—tour guide, and how they interact with Max, a highly advanced, fully integrated onboard computer. In this live show, audiences will discover the breathtaking visuals presented in the Grainger Sky Theater, which enables visitors to explore space as if they were there. 

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On November 9, 2013 the Adler Planetarium hosted their first-ever Girls Do Hack event, which was dedicated to inspiring young women to pursue careers in #STEM. 48 young women from Chicago Public Schools paired up with 24 STEM professional volunteer mentors and participated in workshops on developing mobile phone apps, robotics, exo-planet detection, 3D printing. and more. Misha Malyshev, CEO of Teza Technologies, the presenting sponsor of Girls Do Hack, shares his thoughts on why it’s important to empower young women to pursue STEM careers. 
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On November 9, 2013 the Adler Planetarium hosted their first-ever Girls Do Hack event, which was dedicated to inspiring young women to pursue careers in #STEM. 48 young women from Chicago Public Schools paired up with 24 STEM professional volunteer mentors and participated in workshops on developing mobile phone apps, robotics, exo-planet detection, 3D printing. and more. Misha Malyshev, CEO of Teza Technologies, the presenting sponsor of Girls Do Hack, shares his thoughts on why it’s important to empower young women to pursue STEM careers. 

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Create the Community Meal is a short video commissioned from The Joyce Foundation featuring artist, Seitu Jones. Seitu is currently building a table a half-mile long in St. Paul, Minnesota. The table will seat 2,000 people for a community meal in September 2014. 
Produced by Siskel Jacobs Productions
Edited by Latoya Flowers
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Create the Community Meal is a short video commissioned from The Joyce Foundation featuring artist, Seitu Jones. Seitu is currently building a table a half-mile long in St. Paul, Minnesota. The table will seat 2,000 people for a community meal in September 2014. 

Produced by Siskel Jacobs Productions

Edited by Latoya Flowers

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