From early strategy to the completed installation, we gave the Milton Hershey School a new way of introducing themselves to the world. The Founders Hall Visitor Experience immerses visitors in the school’s history, from its founding over a century ago to the students who call the campus home today.
The Milton Hershey School, a free boarding school founded by a famous chocolatier, wanted a modern visitors center.
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Rotunda Dome Projections
At the center of Founders Hall is the second largest rotunda in the country. We activated its ceiling with a film that combines archival documents with custom animation to tell the story of Milton Hershey’s life and the early days of the school.
Through a suite of video towers, current students share highlights from campus life. Our original video work offers a glimpse into day-to-day life at the Milton Hershey School.
An interactive yearbook, combining a touch screen and digital projection, encourages visitors to explore the school’s history.
Our team had the privilege of sifting through a century of school archives, pulling out photos and documents to illustrate the Milton Hershey School’s core values and continuing legacy.
Something that really resonated with me was something very close to what I say… 'What do you want people to know? What do you want people to feel?' and Bluecadet took it one step further with this: 'What do you want them to do? What's that call to action?'