Meow Wolf is offering a very special opportunity for the first 1000 people. The Meow Wolf Lifetime Pass will give unlimited access to all things Meow Wolf: Events, Workshops, Exhibitions, and Private Parties from now until forever!
Ever since Will Shuster set a match to the very first Zozobra in 1924, Santa Fe, New Mexico has been a haven for weirdo artists looking for a place to execute their unique work.
Drawing from our years of Halloween-related experience, we've launched a three-hour immersive theater production, Meow Wolf's House of Halloween. From Thursday through Sunday every night in October, guests can take part in a family-friendly Halloween story that draws its inspiration from our narrative for The House of Eternal Return.
George R.R. Martin's connection to Meow Wolf could be puzzling to outsiders. How does the author of A Song of Ice and Fire and the mind behind HBO's Game of Thrones series fit into The House of Eternal Return?
Travel and Leisure's article about the House of Eternal Return is entitled, “In Santa Fe, the Past Meets the Future.” It was written by Amanda Fortini with over 3500 words that go into depth about Meow Wolf and The House of Eternal Return.
If you asked Programming Director Melanie Beck to describe Chimera in an elevator pitch she might say something like "it's art for kids of all ages." But in actuality Meow Wolf's Chimera program, located inside the David Loughridge Learning Center at the art complex, is a space that serves many different functions.
Meow Wolf announces a $100,000 annual fund to support DIY arts and music spaces around the world. Funds will go directly to these spaces for infrastructural improvements, rent assistance, materials and equipment, and other needs as identified by the applicant.
We’re retreating from the cold this winter with plans for how to spend our summer vacations. We’ll have a separate list soon for high strangeness that can be found in New Mexico, but for now, let’s point out some of our favorite attractions for a West Coast road trip.
Maybe it’s just the scary black snow clouds looming over the mountains near Santa Fe, but we’re alre
From January 17th to January 31st, Meow Wolf will be closed to the public while the team installs brand new rooms, experiences, sculptures, and also unveils a new portal from the house into the multiverse!
Meow Wolf, the New Mexico-based collective that’s making waves in the art and themed entertainment, has begun research and development for its forthcoming virtual and augmented reality implementation on a massive scale. Meow Wolf Introduces Virtual Reality.
Super exciting news: Meow Wolf will be featured in a new Red Bull TV documentary series called SCREENLAND that debuts April 24th. The series will simultaneously launch on Hulu.
This Saturday Meow Wolf will unveil its latest parklett, the second of three in a series, as part of The Art of the Machine (Saturday, July 1st from 2PM-10PM). Art of the Machine is a satellite event of AHA Festival of Progressive Arts, the organization best known for their flagship annual event, the AHA Festival, which is held each September in the Santa Fe Railyard.
In order to give your family a helping hand for the summer tourism season, we compiled a New Mexico Kids Trail made of two driving tours that will take you to attractions that appeal not only to kids but to the kid in all of us.
The Wednesday evening version of the beloved Santa Fe Farmers' Market at the award-winning Santa Fe Railyard has started up again and it's a great place to have a low-key, affordable, community-oriented farm-fresh meal in the middle of the week.
We think the seasons of Santa Fe are unbeatable, so here's our nod to each one.
Meow Wolf's latest project will electrify your face. Not literally of course, because we love your face.
October's here! Meow Wolf will soon fill its venue crypt with Halloween events.
House of Eternal Return's Venue space is a big success. Since the day it opened its doors, the intimate and dynamic venue has been active with shows. The word is spreading among performers that House of Eternal Return's stage is one to book.
Meow Wolf's November Community Day coincides with this year's Veterans Day weekend. Community Days are the second Sunday of the month. They feature additional discounts for New Mexico locals who visit House of Eternal Return.
This Saturday, the East Austin Studio Tour heads into its second weekend. From November 11th– 12th & 18th - 19th the event, curated and hosted by Big Medium, an Austin based non-profit for the contemporary arts, boasts a roster of 505 artists with events, releases and parties happening all over the city.
Santa Fe, New Mexico is a city that is rich in culture and history throughout the year, but if you come visit during the holiday season you are sure to catch the contagious feeling of happiness and holiday spirit that runs deep in every Santa Fean.
Santa Fe has enjoyed a lotta buzz in 2017! Travel+Leisure readers just voted The City Different as #1 Destination In The World for the year and DK Eyewitness Travel lists Santa Fe as a top choice for world travel.
Fans of our immersive theater experiences such as House of Halloween, Summer in The Multiverse and Freak or Treat are in for the holiday experience they've been craving. For one week this December Perpetual Motion Dance will fill House of Eternal Return with an ongoing, one-of-a-kind series of live performances.
This week Meow Wolf reignites our Learning Center with a first workshop of 2018 that explores the popular art of body paint.
We’ve got a new portal! The portal’s name is Timeworm and it sits atop our Portals Bermuda location in House of Eternal Return.
The Moving Membranes audience will see characters come to life with live painting, as well as have the opportunity to interact with the performers and take photos around the exhibit. The whole thing ends in a grand dance finale in the venue.
At the Denver independent Comics & Art Expo in mid-April, mostly unknown titans of talent showed their work: comic books, graphic novels, zines, small press releases, and more. Affectionately referred to as DiNK, the expo has attracted underground creators for three years.
“We Don’t Get Out Much” follows writers Collin Stapleton and Michael Wilson as they throw away their “would rather not” attitude and venture to peculiar attractions, bizarre locations, and uncomfortable situations.
Thanks NM Legislators and Roundhouse Staff for all that you do for our communities!
Led by Corinne Loperfido, this community makes art, safe spaces, and the earth a better place-plus, they return for Taos Vortex this year!