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Designed to allow families, school groups and business professionals to explore how people connect socially through play, the exhibit employs larger-than-life games that invite visitors to become part of the experience. Participants can explore firsthand, social dynamics such as friendship, collaboration, teamwork and empathy
— USTA TODAY
PLAY crosses art, music and playing(obviously) with messages of working together and tolerance because we’re all more similar than we realize.
— Nick Wisniske

With PLAY you’ll think you arrived in a giant playground full of life size games. It offers a fresh way to engage visitors with others, while not only having fun, but also building social awareness and skills. PLAY us what it means to be a friend and to recognize the needs of others.
— The examiner
Just a few minutes after stepping into the “Play!” exhibit at the Institute of Texan Cultures, 14-year-old Daniel Stinson had already figured out the central point of the show. “You need more people with all this,” he said. Precisely, more is achieved when people work together.
— Express news San Antonio
PLAY features giant versions of popular games where visitors literally step into the action. The exhibit is structured to encourage collaboration.
— Entertainment journal