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Convergence Station opens September 17 in Denver
The name is announced for Meow Wolf’s newest permanent exhibit in Denver and tickets are on sale now
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Meow Wolf
August 3, 2021

Labyrinthine mysteries beckon from the vibrant walls, portals, and wormholes of our newest Denver location, Convergence Station, the first stop on a quantum journey of exploration and discovery through the Meow Wolf multiverse.

Twenty-five years ago, a freak cosmic event merged four worlds from different universes, erasing the memories of all residents and spawning the mystifying disappearances of four women.

A typical day on C Street with a rocket car doubled-parked outside of The Gyre. Photo by Kate Russell.


The Quantum Department of Transportation (QDOT) serves as the gateway to these diverse worlds: kaleidoscopic cathedrals, Corinthian catacombs, lush alien habitats, and dazzling and gritty cityscapes.

In this hotbed of interplanetary cohabitation, memories serve as both currency and the key to unlocking the story behind the women's disappearances and cause of the convergence--as do multimedia clues that reveal themselves to all of the senses.

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Who says a trash pile can’t be a sentient musical genius? Photo by Kate Russell


QDOT’s Convergence Station offers full service to four alien worlds joined together in a rare cosmic event. Once you're inside the station, you can explore in any way you'd like, including going deeper into the mysterious stories of these four worlds – where cultures collide, and memories are currency.

Creatures search for clues on a computer within the library inside Meow Wolf Denver. Photo by Kate Russell

FEATURED DESTINATIONS: 

  • Explore the neon metropolis of C Street
  • Discover the frozen civilization of Eemia
  • Uncover the labyrinths of Ossuary
  • Transcend space-time in Numina

Transformative experience not guaranteed, but highly plausible.

The Living Thing explores a kaleidoscopic Cathedral within Eemia. Photo by Kate Russell.

“Denver’s art scene is active and vibrant, making it the perfect place for our next exhibition,” says Chadney Everett, Executive Creative Director of Meow Wolf Denver. “Convergence Station is Meow Wolf’s third permanent immersive experience, and it will truly change the way you look at art. This exhibition is unlike anything you’ve ever seen…from The Swamp to The Cathedral - there’s a strong narrative to be uncovered should you choose, alongside truly mind-bending art from the many talented creatives that have worked so hard to bring the vision to life. We can’t wait for everyone to explore.”

Meow Wolf has worked with 110+ Colorado-based collaborating artists and more than 200 internal artists for over three years to bring the 79 unique projects within Convergence Station to life. These muralists, sculptors, fiber artists, and technologists — to name a few — have come together to create a one-of-a-kind installation that will leave visitors appreciating what it really means to be immersed in a narrative. Notable collaborating artists working on this project include Kalyn Heffernan, Christopher Nelson, Everything is Terrible!, Molina Speaks, Sofie Birkin, along with Moment Factory, and many others.

More from the Converged Worlds:

"Sa-Lawn" by Kyle Singer. Photo by Kennedy Cottrell

"Sa-Lawn"

The self-described “color slut” of Waffle Cone Club, Kyle Singer created a space based on his childhood memories of sitting in his mom’s salon chair. Among big, blocky shapes and colors, an undulating waffle bench, and plenty of “human cultural references,” is a vintage beehive hair dryer complete with a screen inside. Participants can stick their head in and watch an alien fashion show featuring a blend of animation and performance movements.


"Ruptured Time" by THE CHURCH OF MANY. Photo by Kennedy Cottrell

“Ruptured Time”

A combination between a brain and a vintage living room created by THE CHURCH OF MANY. 🧠  “Ruptured Time” utilizes nostalgic materials and craft-based techniques to refer to the past, and glitched video collected from the Denver community to represent memory mutation through data loss experienced in the present.

"Crystal Future" by Christopher Owen Nelson. Photo by Kennedy Cottrell


"Crystal Future"

Cave walls and crystals as far as the eye can see creates a psychedelic and fragmented perception of reality. This is “Crystal Future” by Christopher Owen Nelson, a hypnotic exhibition of tranquility and life among the remnants of the future past.


"Indigenous Futurist Dreamscapes Lounge" by Steven Lucero and Molina Speaks. Photo by Kennedy Cottrell

"Indigenous Futurist Dreamscapes Lounge"

“A space for humanity, indigeneity, co-existence, creativity, and radical imagination.” Chill in this liminal space between reality and dreams – a multimedia installation devoted to the meta-realistic painting of Denver artist Stevon Lucero with music and video art by Molina Speaks. Find yourself (and humankind) in the metaphors.


Meow Wolf’s Convergence Station opens September 17 in Denver.


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