Meow Wolf is comprised of over 200 full-time employees and hundreds of other collaborators, creating and supporting art across a variety of media, including architecture, sculpture, painting, photography, video production, cross-reality (AR/VR/MR), music, audio engineering, narrative writing, costuming, performance, and more.
Learn more about our jaw-dropping 10-year journey with our documentary.
Meow Wolf creates immersive and interactive experiences that transport audiences of all ages into fantastic realms of story and exploration. This includes art installations, video and music production, and extended reality content.
Our first permanent installation, the THEA Award-winning House of Eternal Return, launched in March 2016 with support from Game of Thrones creator, George R.R. Martin. Inside, guests discover a multidimensional mystery house with secret passages, portals to magical worlds, and an expansive narrative amidst surreal, maximalist, and mesmerizing art exhibits. Located in Santa Fe, HOER features a children’s learning center, a cafe and bar, and a highly-rated music venue.
Meow Wolf champions otherness, weirdness, challenging norms, radical inclusion, and the power of creativity to change the world.
We are legally registered as a public benefit corporation and certified as a Benefit Corporation, or B Corp. We value investing in our creative team, giving back to our community, and doing our part to better the environment. Our 2017 Impact Report and 2018 Corporate Social Responsibility plan details our economic, community, and environmental efforts for betterment.
Meow Wolf firmly believes that accomplished artists must be compensated on an equal level with other skilled, in-demand professionals, and that successful businesses must give back to — and participate energetically in — their communities. We provide financial assistance, expertise, and other forms of active support, and we are excited to support innovative, community-focused art and social projects. Meow Wolf comes out of a dumpster-diving, DIY past, and we want to help emerging artists and art communities around the world. In 2019 we released our Community page and Artist Engagement page outlining how we target our support.