The Coral Reef Project exhibit spreads awareness about the effects of climate change on coral reefs as well as educate patrons on conservation practices to lessen the destruction of coral reefs. Targeted toward children, the exhibition offers several highly interactive and playful activities to heighten and engage their learning abilities. The activities promotes the children creating their own learning activities and prioritizes the family experience. 
The exhibition offers interactive activities such as "Fishing Done Right," a virtual reality game that informs participants in the correct fishing practices that are not harmful to coral reefs. The space also includes large-scale replica of coral reefs for family photo opportunities and a lighting sculpture inspired by the stingray used as the exhibition's main light source. 
Theoretical Interactive Museum Exhibit Design, 2020
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