Natural History Exhibits

Boyd Hill

  A 12’ articulated alligator skeleton needs better interpretive information.  In addition to researching, writing, and finding a swatch of alligator skin to touch, MAM Exhibit Design recycled plywood panels used by another museum for the reading rail structure.

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Suncoast Youth Conservation Center

This environmental education center is located on a piece of reclaimed waterfront property on Tampa Bay.  The center’s mission is to educate young people in proper environmental stewardship.  Staff-led hands on demonstrations augment messages at the center.  MAM Exhibit Design partnered with Frina Design to concept and produce the exhibits.

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Counting on Fish, St. Petersburg, FL

The exhibit wrapped a tank full of Gulf of Mexico fish. Flip doors posed and answered questions about the physical characteristics of the fish. Three drawers in a Discovery cube provided manipulative activities for three levels of learners. A touch screen interactive provided encyclopedic information about conservation, ethical angling and marine research in the Tampa […]

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Planet Water, St. Petersburg, FL

Planet Water is a concepted exhibit, ready to fabricate.  The exhibit contains films describing the numerous water sources in the Florida ecosystem, a home water use app that captures e-mails of users to send further water conservation tips, information on how coastal flooding might impact your home and a fun, fast paced game of removing […]

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