Dive into this underwater museum to learn about art and ocean conservation

  • Arts
  • Tuesday, 22 Sep 2020

A sculpture by Jason deCaires Taylor seen below the depths at the Museum of Underwater Art in Australia. Photo: Museum of Underwater Art

The Museum of Underwater Art in Townsville, Australia, which opened last month, has been created as a call to action for ocean conservation.

The museum’s exhibits are located at the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park’s John Brewer Reef, sitting on the ocean floor 18m under water.

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