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Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« on: January 27, 2013, 05:22:01 am »
Kaltxì folks,

As you are probably aware, the Avatar Exhibition is on tour and will be arriving at the Liberty Science Museum in New Jersey in Early February and remain their until mid May.  One of the musuem staff has posted a message on ToS regarding a meet up there, that I have copied below for your interest:

"Hello everyone! I'm Terri, an employee at Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, NJ. I was looking for ways to get ready for our showing of Avatar: The Exhibition (by the way if the files they sent ahead of it are anything to go by, it's AMAZING) when I happened upon a thread here talking about it.
Our page about the exhibition

It's always exciting to see dedicated fans so I went to my bosses to see if they'd be interested in having a meet-up here. I think this is better though.

There is an opportunity to see the exhibition February 9-15 before it opens to the public February 16. Just RSVP via email ([email protected]) by February 6. Everyone on the list will get a special wristband after they pay for admission that will get them into the exhibition.

We were also hoping that we could get help from fans more knowledgeable than ourselves to get people excited about the exhibition. Maybe a small cosplay showcase or something along those lines. We're pretty open to suggestions.

By the way, we will be offering discount admission for Avatar cosplayers (keep it family-friendly, please).

If you're curious about how to get to our location, just visit out website: Liberty Science Center

Just post if you have any questions and I'll do my best to answer them. I'd also be happy to hear any ideas you'd like to share.:)"


Hope it is of interest  :D

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2013, 03:18:15 pm »
A bit more information from the museum:

Quote from: TerriB;178206
Update: We will be getting the movie for our 3D theater, not our IMAX. Still, I feel quite strongly that Avatar is at its best on the big screen. See the movie page for more info.

Hopefully this will entice a few of the Avatar family to drop by ;)

Just wish I could make it across to meet up with my Avatar family again  :'(

Alan

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #2 on: February 07, 2013, 09:25:52 am »
Irayo, Alan, for posting all this info here about the Avatar exhibit at the LSC.

I myself have to figure out a way to get there to see it.  :D

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #3 on: March 27, 2013, 03:29:13 pm »
Jersey City Avatar Mini-Meet Up Details:
   
Well plans have been firmed up at last!  So if you are in the locality, or even further afield, why not join this mini-meet up in New Jersey to visit the Avatar Exhibition at the Liberty Science Centre on the last weekend of the exhibition.  It will a be a wonderful opportunity to meet up face to face with fellow Avatar fans, swap stories, talk Avatar, explore the local area and...

SEE AVATAR IN 3D ON THE BIG SCREEN!!!!
   
Dates:
16th to 19th May 2013 (Arrival day can be Wednesday 15th May, departure day can be Monday 20th May).
   
Location:
Jersey City, New Jersey.
   
Hotel Details:
The Holland Hotel, 175 12th St, Jersey City, NJ.  Tel: (201)963-6200.
Website: http://www.hollandmotorlodge.com/

This Jersey City hotel features a daily continental breakfast and free Wi-Fi. Guest rooms include cable TV.A microwave and a mini-fridge are provided in all rooms at The Holland Hotel. Rooms are simply styled and include a work desk and clock radio.  Hotel Holland is a 5-minute walk  from Newport Centre Mall, Newport PATH Rail station and the tram the goes past the Liberty Science Center.
   
We have been able to get a discount on the room prices for that time of the year.  The rate will be $120 + 14% tax (=$136.80) per night.  This can easily be halved (or more) if you room share with someone.  To obtain the discount mention 'AVATAR' when making your booking.
   
To make a booking simply ring them up, having your card details at the ready.  (See telephone number above).
   
Transport:
From Newark Airport:
By Rail – Newark Airport has its own rail station: Catch a train from there to Newark NJ Transit, about 5 minute ride and then catch a PATH train to Journal to change trains and catch the train to Newport.  About a 20 minute ride altogether  The Holland Hotel is a 5 minute walk round the corner. ($8.25 EWR to Newark, Newark to Newport $2.25 = $10:50)
By Road – Taxis are available from the airport and there is a good webpage with all the information this website.  The only down side with the taxi is the price at approximately $46.
   
Arriving by Train:
If travelling locally within New Jersey the local transport provider is New Jersey Transit.  They provide services from across New Jersey and also from New York Penn Station.  Arriving at Newark Penn Station you will need to change trains and take the PATH service as described above If you are travelling from further afield then Amtrak is the national carrier.  The have services that call at Newark Penn station from where you can catch the PATH service as described above.

PATH is the local subway service that operates from mid town Manhattan and Lower Manhattan through to Jersey City, Hoboken and Newark Penn station.
   
Arriving by bus:
New Jersey Transit is one of the main local bus service providers, but if you are coming from a little further away you might try Greyhound or MegaBus

   
Sooo...There you go! Hopefully you now have all the information you need to join this mini-meet.  I look forward to seeing as many of you there as possible.  It's you one chance to see Avatar in 3D on the big screen again.  What more convincing do you need?
   
If you have any questions or queries feel free to post them here.  Also post here if you are looking for a room mate to help share the hotel costs too.
   
Lets make this happen! :D
   

Alan

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #4 on: April 01, 2013, 12:54:13 pm »
Irayo, Alan, for posting all this info here.
Hopefully we'll have a nice size group for this meetup.  :)

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #5 on: April 01, 2013, 01:37:05 pm »
No worries ma 'eylan.  Yeah, it would be great if we ended up good sized group for the mini meet. I've booked my flights and a room at the Holland Hotel. The 'Avatar' booking code worked! Soooo... I guess I'm coming.  ;D

I asked the hotel if people will still be able to book a room a couple of weeks before the event. They replied that folks could, but it would be better to book as soon as possible to ensure they get a room. So if you can, book now. All the info is in this post.

Oel ngati kameie...in Jersey City ;)

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #6 on: April 25, 2013, 07:24:47 pm »
So...anyone here on LN planning on attending our LSC mini-meet in NJ next month?
Hopefully it won't be only Alan and I at the meetup.  :)

If there are any tsmuke attending, and you're looking to share a hotel room, please let me know (either here in this thread, or via PM).

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #7 on: April 28, 2013, 01:19:03 pm »
Its getting closer now.  I've been checking out places for us to eat and there seems quite a few just round the corner from the hotel.  I also bought my train tickets to get me to Heathrow today.  So I think I'm about ready to come over and get to see ma aysumke sì aysmukan and watch Avatar on the big screen in 3D again  :D :D :D

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #8 on: May 05, 2013, 04:40:54 am »
Less than a couple of weeks until the New Jersey Avatar Mini-Meet from 16th to 19th May 2013!!!

:D :D

Just thought I would wake up the thread to see how many will be coming along to enjoy a bit of Avatar community goodness.  This will be the last opportunity to explore the Avatar exhibit at the Liberty Science Centre and watch Avatar on the big screen in 3D  8)

If you would like to come along we have arranged a discounted hotel:
The Holland Hotel, 175 12th St, Jersey City, NJ. Tel: (201)963-6200.
Website: Holland Motor Lodge:: outside NJ/NY Holland Tunnel

We have been able to get a discount on the room prices for that time of the year. The rate will be $120 + 14% tax (=$136.80) per night. This can easily be halved (or more) if you room share with someone. To obtain the discount mention 'AVATAR' when making your booking by ringing the number above.

Suggested itinerary:Well, the concept is (hehehe) we spend the Thursday and Friday exploring Jersey City and New York where there are more things to do than you can shake a stick at.

The Saturday and Sunday will be our Avatar days to enable us to explore the exhibit at the Liberty Science Center and watch Avatar, as well as explore the local area.

Costs:
Just to give you an idea of local transport cost and ticket for the museum check out the following:

New Jersey Transit Tram from Jersey City to the museum:
Trams are every 10 or 15 minutes and cost $2.10 each way with a journey time of 15 minutes. (Website: New Jersey Transit)

PATH trains to New York:
The trains run from Newport (10 minute walk from the hotel) to either 33rd Street New York or the World Trade Center.  Journey times are about 20 minutes with the fare each way being $2.25.  You can use a metro card, which can be bought at the stations.  (Website: PATH - The Port Authority of NY & NJ)

Liberty Science Center:
General Admission to the museum + Avatar 3D is $23.25.  You can pre-purchase your tickets from their website on this page.

Eating Places:
As for eating places in Jersey City, besides the Burger King next door to the hotel, there are a shed load of restaurants down Washington Blvd and in the mall next door. (Google Map)

So there we go, a bit more info for our meet up.  If anyone has any questions, suggestions etc, then please feel free to fire away.  Looking forward to hopefully seeing you there. ;)

Alan :D

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #9 on: May 15, 2013, 08:42:34 am »
Well, here I am, sat at Heathrow watching the world go by.  My flight to Newark boards in about half an hour.  Hopefully my Toruk Airways flight will be ok.  Withy he EuroAvatar meet up happening right now and this mini-meet too, I wonder if it will be a first for two avatar meets at the same time?

Hopefully, I'll be able to post updates along the way.

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #10 on: May 16, 2013, 05:04:08 am »
Just thought I would give ma ayeylan an update on the mini-meet in NJ.

Well for me, as will the other meet ups I've been to it started with the train down to London St Pancras and a trip on the Tube to Heathrow.


^St Pancras International station where I arrived on the first leg of my journey.  It is where you can also catch trains into main land Europe.


^And this it life on the tube.  It might be celebrating its 150th anniversary and be the largest in the world, but the trains are tiny compared to other underground network.  You just have to remember not to breath in all at once or you create a vacuum and the carriage implodes!  Hehe.

My Toruk for the trip across the Atlantic was a Vigin 747 called Mustag!!!  The was a united aircraft that took off before us.  Anyway, a few hours into the flight we caught it up and overtook it!  Way to go, Virgin!  That's ma Toruk!  See piccie below:


Arrival at Newark airport was in daylight although by the time I made it through customs it was dark.  It took me over an hour to get through.  The queue was massive!  You could tell the poor old customs chappy was at the end of his shift because he just about waved me through having only finger printed four fingers and he never got around to taking a photo!  I walked away chuckling to myself. :D

It was now time for a few train rides (I like trains!) Ikran style! First Skytrain to Newark airport rail station, then to Newark on NJ Transit. Then PATH train to Journal Square and finally to Newport and a short walk to the hotel.  I arrived at the Hotel about 10 PM, but for me it was more like 3 in the morning.  Unfortunately I missed Crickett giving me a ring, but we were able to PM once I hooked up to the Wi-Fi.  Next thing I know I'm wide awake only to find it's stupid o'clock in the morning.  So I thought I would writing this little sit for anyone who might be interested!  Hehehe.  Well done it you got this far!

Tune in later for the next exciting episode!

Alan
PS apologies for the large pictures - I'm wrestling with my mobile phone!

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #11 on: May 16, 2013, 02:34:41 pm »
I hope you enjoy your meetup here. The way this year has been going for me, this might have been a more practical meetup to have attended. I'll be looking forward to more updates and photos/video!

BTW, I love your picture of your jet overtaking the one that took off before you. Despite its size, the 747 is one of the fastest-flying jetliners out there.

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #12 on: May 17, 2013, 06:04:36 am »
Aww, shame you couldn't make it ma 'Eylan.  I think you might have enjoyed what we got up to today.  Well you will still be coming to AvatarMeet, right?

New Jersey Avatar Fan Mini-Meet - Day 1.

Well I started off by doing a bit of the standard tourist thing by writing some postcards for back home and what better place to do that than sat on the red steps in Times Square.  I had arrived on the PATH train and I found it rather amusing to watch everyone rushing about and not actually be one of them!
I arrive at what seemed to be a bit of a sweet spot - just at the end of the rush hour and just before the tourist invasion.  Here's a piccie:


Having written some words on the postcards, whilst trying to make them aright lu different (you know how it is!) I posted then at the huuuuuge Post Office building Newark Madison Square Garden (which is actually round!).  I then made my we into Penn Station to meet up with Crickett.  We weren't hard to spot at both of us had Avatar T-shirts on!  Hehe.

After a bite to eat at a Wendy's (for those in the UK, it was the equivalent of a Whimpy), it was on the Subway to Central Park as we were going to the Zoo.  We actually got to see a snow leopard to.  Awww, a nice 'puddy-cat'!  Although it is fairly small that was actually quite a bit to see and we spent most of the afternoon there.  Here's a couple of pictures:

^ This is Crickett and me withe the monkey enclosure behind us. As they say, if there isn't a photo with you in it, it didn't happen!  Hehehe

^ This was in the nice cool, but fishy smelly, Penguin enclosure.  We did see the keeper in there feeding them which was entertaining, but the penguins always are!  Hahaha.

^ ...and some puffins that seemed to like coming up to the glass to be photographed!  Go figure...

There was also a bit of a sealion show whilst the keepers were feeding them and checking them over which was rather entertaining.  They did have a tropical bird section to, but that was sooo hot in there we came out wet through!  It made the outside seem cold.

Sooner or later though you have to make track, and what better time than - RUSH HOUR!  Well that was fun.  Having said Kiyevame to Crickett i made my way back to the Path train.  I didn't know you could fit that many people on a train and still breath!  Apart for the odd arm pit and Mendel being stuck up my nose I made it back to Newport in one piece.

In the evening I met up with 'This one goes to eleven' and his work colleague who had come down from Boston.  We went to a Chinese restaurant and filled out faces, especially me went it came to the desert!  Boy was that 'Om, yom, yom'! An ice cream chocolatey thing!  I thing 'TOGTE' and his mate couldn't believe I could eat to much!  I just replied I had big boots to fill.  Hahaha.

Finally to walk in all off we did a bit of a river side walk at dusk and got an excellent view of Manhattan.  See the piccie below:


So there we go. Day 2 of the meet up we should be walking across Brooklyn Bridge and meeting up with CyanRachel later in the day.  Stay tuned!

Alan

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #13 on: May 17, 2013, 06:53:25 am »
Staying tuned... :) I believe you had a great time there. :)



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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #14 on: May 17, 2013, 08:34:11 am »
 That was an old saying, Alan. Nowadays, with Photoshop, and others of it's ilk, even if "you" ARE in the photo, you may have been thousands of miles away. :-D
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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #15 on: May 17, 2013, 01:19:09 pm »
Wonderful pictures. :D

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #16 on: May 17, 2013, 03:18:03 pm »
It looks like your are having a great time there, oeyä ayeylan!

You got there just a couple of days late to see Freedom Tower being topped out. That is now the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.

It's cool you visited the Central Park Zoo. There is also a memorial there to some sled dogs that saved the lives of folks in Nome, Alaska many years ago.

The real zoo in NYC is, the Bronx Zoo, which is reachable by subway.

But if you want to see lions, go to the New York Public Public Library, not far from Times Square. They have two very famous lions there, although they are made of bronze. Interestingly enough, even though both lions are male, they are named Lord Lenox and Lady Astor.

My favorite places in NYC are the Intepid museum (Aircraft carrier with various aircarft (including an A12, predecessor to the SR71), spacecraft, an submarine, a destroyer, and a Concorde aircraft. The Cathedral of Saint John the Divine is the largest Gothic style church in the world, and it is still being built. The South Side Seaport is a nice shopping/eating area with some interesting old ships on display. There is the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim Museum, and the American Museum of Natural History, just to name a few. If you like Medieval art, there is the Cloisters.

And for me, no visit to NYC is complete without seeing 'The Lion King' :)

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #17 on: May 17, 2013, 09:32:17 pm »
I think you might be right Niri Te, the picture can lie!

Irayo Ftiafpi.  Glad you likes the pictures.  I'll try and post some more piccies up from today's exploits.

Wow, ma 'Eylan!  Great info there matey :)  We've been to one or two of those places you mentioned today as you will find out in my next post ;)

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #18 on: May 18, 2013, 05:32:08 am »
Awww... Aye, it's a shame you couldn't make it by at least we'll be able to meet upon a couple of months all being well.  Irayo for the PM.  I'll pass the message on...when they wake up.  ;). Hehehe.

Well Day 2 of the meet up and with 'This one goes to eleven' (TOGTE) and his work colleague in tow we headed in to New York on the PATH to the World Trade Centre.  After a brief pause to look up at the enormous new building we made our way to the subway to the High Street station in Brooklyn.  We arrived a bit ahead of Crickett so we sat the dappled shade of the adjacent park where kids from the local elementary school were running around doing circuits.  Well, I say running around.  Some were strolling, others going off like a rocket and some pushing sticks in the ground.  Go figure!

Anyway, Crickett so arrived and we made our way to the start of Brooklyn Bridge to walk back into Manhatton....and out came the camera!

It's hard to think it is about a mile to walk across, but it wasa very pleasant stroll at tourist speed, ie stopping at every farts end to take another picture!


Now the cunning plan was to make our way down to Pier 17 to have a bite to eat and then catch the clipper sailing ship for a trip round the harbour.  However, the trip had been cancelled due to a bit of maintenance being undertaken.  Fortunately weddi not see them chucking bucket of water overboard!

So it was time to work out what plan B was...over lunch!  Om, yom, yom.... Aaand the plan was to walk to china town and take in the sights, followed by subway to Greenwich village for a look round before catching to subway again to Times Square.  And so we did!

China town was rather large with loads on interesting shops selling stuff that I had never seen before and smell that were equally new!  We saw that Confucius chappy.  Well a statue of him...,and he say 'If you go to Greenwich you will no longer be in China Town.'


Greenwich also most looked like a home from house to me as the building looked very similar to what you find in the UK.  But then the 'village' is one of the oldest areas of New York.  It also provided a huge contrast to the 'in your face hustle and bustle you find just a few miles north, which where our next stop was: Times Square!

Having made it there we collapsed in a heap on the red steps and watched the world go by for a bit. After a bit of a breather we walked (or did the huge crowd carry us) the short distance to the bus station to meet up with CyanRachel.  We were feeling a bit worse for wear, but soon got a 'pick-me-up' in the form of a scantily glad lady who was wearing next to nothing, but painted gold!  (Sorry no photos ma Aysmukan, you'll just have to imagine! Hahaha)

Anyway we picked Rachel up and eventually found a place to eat in an Irish pub.  Although dark in there the food was rather agreeable.  Here's us having our clan meal with our lazer eyes!


Wondering what to do after, we came up with two choices: cinema to watch Star Trek or go on the evening sailing cruise.  After a bit of a chat it was decided!  Unfortunately Crickett had to leave us, but we rush down from Times Square to Pier 17 it record time!  We got to the sales booth and got told if we ran through we would just make it...and we did!


It was a very pleasant way to round off the evening and see the sun set.

Alan

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