We are honored to work with Disney and Lightstorm Entertainment. All of us share the same vision of bringing these experiences alive with artistry and inventiveness. We are thrilled to be part of this collaboration. There’s a lot of anticipation for the film’s first sequel, and we’re excited to be part of the global effort to complement the film’s release with a truly immersive experience for fans in various markets.
-Ron Tan, Cityneon
Our powerful new relationship with Cityneon for this global touring exhibition will play a key role in our continuing expansion of the reach and impact of the AVATAR franchise around the world.
-Kathy Franklin, Lightstorm Entertainment
I have to say even with limited details this sounds quite exciting. A couple of similar endeavors have proceeded Cityneon in creating an Avatar touring exhibition. Originally there was Avatar- The Exhibition, an interactive collaboration between Belle and Wissell Co, the EMP Musuem, and 20th Century Fox. That exhibit started in 2011 and ran through 2014. It spent over a year at it’s initial location, the EMP Musuem in Seattle, then toured only 5 cities between the USA and Canada. After it ended an international exhibit called Avatar- Discover Pandora opened in 2016 and ran until 2019. Again with limited cities. So I hope this new exhibit will be able to be more mobile and hopefully reach a lot of cities across the world. It is excited thinking of what all they will come up with for the next exhibit.