Minneapolis Mill City Museum Flour Tower: AAA Living

Rod Hunt was commissioned by AAA Living Magazine to illustrate an article on Minneapolis’ Mill City Museum's 'An Eventually Christmas: Holidays at the Mill' interactive Christmas play. During this hourlong play, attendees ride the museum’s Flour Tower elevator from floor to floor, experiencing a scene at each stop. The Ghost of Mill City Past accompanies the 35-member audience as employees of the Washburn Crosby Mill get ready for their holiday party, set in 1920. True mill trivia and stories come to life amid a fictional plot mixing danger, romance and comedy.
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