The David Loughridge Learning Center is your home for education and free-choice artmaking at Meow Wolf Santa Fe. Most days visitors can pop by and make art from 11am-4pm and there's no charge to make art with us during Open Studio hours.
Meow's Wolf's Summer Programming is in full effect at the Learning Center!
In honor of David, we have unveiled many free weekly programs, such as Open Studio, a choice-based art studio for all ages. There's also a fun support group for addictions called Resources, Triggers, Cravings & the Meaning of Life.
What's more, we're hosting many instructors throughout the summer who are offering invaluable, creative skills to the community in paid workshops. Roni Rohr, a Golden Apple Award winning art instructor, will be teaching Steampunk Art in June and Old School Graffiti Art in July.
Also in June, virtual reality teacher and artist Bjørn Parramoure will work with participants using a variety of creative software tools, culminating in the presentation of a co-created VR environment.
Our intention at the Learning Center is simple: Continue to offer a space for the radical inclusivity of the community's creative energy to express itself.
Open Studio Make art with us for free! 11am-4pm, every day except Tuesdays.
Teen Open Studio Thursdays-Sundays, 4pm-6pmOpen artmaking and activities exclusively for ages 13-18.
PwD Open Studio Mondays 4pm-5:30pmArt activities exclusively for people w/ developmental disabilities.
Toddler Tales Morning reading sessions for toddlers and their parents/guardians. Mondays 10am-11am, June 4 & July 30 in the David Loughridge Learning Center at Meow Wolf. Mondays 10:30am-11:30am, June 11-July 23, in the Children’s Community Room at the Southside Library, 6599 Jaguar Drive.Evening Pajama Tales: reading sessions for toddlers and their parents/guardians. Thursdays, 6pm - 6:30pm, June 14-July 26, in the David Loughridge Learning Center at Meow Wolf.
Resources, Triggers, Cravings & The Meaning of Life Mondays 5:30pm-7:30pmInteractive board game for support w/ process addictions, for ages 18+, co-facilitated by Craig Thomas McAdams, MA, LPCC & intern, Chris Chickering.
Lantern Decorating for the International Folk Art Market Participants will learn about a variety of art styles, decorate a lantern, and prepare to participate in the International Folk Art Market Community Celebration parade on the Plaza on July 12. Every Saturday in June, drop in between 11am-4pm.