Don’t be like me and wait for a happy accident to jolt you out of your waking stream dream. Seek out immersion wherever you are. And revel in it. It will reward you tenfold.
Founded in 2008 and based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Meow Wolf is an arts and entertainment company, a Certified B Corporation that receives funding from private investors (including "Game of Thrones" author George R.R. Martin) but is legally required to consider the impact on workers and the community.
In an interview, Sean Di Ianni and Matt King tell us why they believe Meow Wolf is art—and why they don't mind if the art world disagrees.
I bet you thought we forgot about Meow Wolf. As if. Book early and carve out a day for the wildest ride in the Fe.
Opening last month in Denver's Sun Valley District is Meow Wolf's third permanent installation. The other two can be found in Las Vegas and Santa Fe, but Denver is the biggest!
Shut down and locked. Quitting time says the clock / that hangs on the wall / but oh, it’s so not last call. The mischief has just begun / the doors to Datamosh have swung, open. In this otherworldly land of Omega Mart / a market beyond super / a super marketing scheme / mind bending, unpredictable is the theme.
During an interview with FOX5, Stern said she had bigger plans than just becoming a barista. She wanted to work at Meow Wolf's Omega Mart. A place where her "quirks" would be appreciated.
Unlike a typical grocery store, Omega Mart is a satirical, tongue in cheek, social commentary on our relationship to wanting things, to consumerism and our heavy reliance on the supply chain. But like a regular grocery store, Omega Mart is full of delightful items to buy. The familiar-yet-strange entry anchor space to Meow Wolf’s Las Vegas exhibit, Omega Mart welcomes participants into 5,000 sq feet of aisles brimming with strange delight.
Goodwill of Southern Nevada (Goodwill®) and Meow Wolf Las Vegas have partnered to host an event that raises awareness on the importance of donating electronics responsibly. In honor of International E-Waste Day, the event will be held on Thursday, Oct. 14, from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the parking lot of AREA15 located at 3215 South Rancho Drive.
Elsewhere, bike lanes line most of the main streets that go through the city, such as Cerillos Road, Rufina and Old Santa Fe Trail, which can get you to the Railyard District, Canyon Road, or Meow Wolf – a popular interactive art gallery.
So it delights Eriko that 22 years after immigrating to the Mile High City, her father, mother, and sister all joined her under the moniker Betart Collective to build a space inside Convergence Station, Meow Wolf’s new installation in Denver.
With a quantum travel theme, Meow Wolf, an immersive arts and entertainment company, has opened its newest (and most ambitious) mind-bending attraction in Denver.
Billboards around the Las Vegas Valley have been transformed with the work of 10 local artists, thanks to a partnership between Save Art Space and Meow Wolf. Titled Portals & Pathways, the public art exhibition seeks to replace ads with the greatest promotion of all: the people of our community.
The Omega Mart experience is commendable on several levels. It feels complete and works cohesively enough to draw audiences in as much as any theme park
After years of anticipation, psychedelic playground Meow Wolf finally opened its doors in Denver on Sept. 17. The four-story, 90,000-square-foot installation features the works of more than 100 Colorado artists.
Meow Wolf is a chain of oversized, immersive art installations that teases visitors who wander through its dimly-lit environments by dropping hints about nefarious mysteries that they could spend a lifetime — not to mention multiple admission charges — trying to solve.
Fans of the popular attraction will find its special effects familiar: cavernous rooms pumped up with pulsing lights and sound, post-apocalyptic dioramas, steam punk scenery meant to be touched, clicked, climbed over and gawked at. Anyone looking to get their mind blown, and then blown again, will deem Meow Wolf a thrilling fun house.
Denver, Colorado Isn’t All Stunning Snow-Capped Vistas And Imposing Rocky Mountains, With The City Also Boasting A Rather Thriving Art Scene.
The new Denver Meow Wolf location is not only an architectural wonder, it's a new benchmark for what art, sound, and experience can be.
The experimental art collective’s latest hyper-immersive outing brings an epic space narrative to life inside a giant Denver building that dwarfs the Guggenheim in size.
Visitors to the Mile High City can lose themselves in the intergalactic funhouse that is Convergence Station, the third permanent exhibition from art collective-turned-multimillion-dollar arts production company Meow Wolf.
Step into another world and transport yourself into new dimensions at Meow Wolf Denver! The immersive art exhibit is now open, so FOX21’s Sarah Ferguson drove up north, and has an inside look at what to expect.
What happens when one of the world’s most brain-bending art companies partners with Wieden+Kennedy to promote something billed as “a mind-altering train station for the multiverse”?
The Santa Fe arts juggernaut has made a quantum leap, attracting more than 256,000 visitors since throwing open its doors in Santa Fe in March, reveling in a successful opening in Las Vegas, Nev., with more than 600,000 tickets sold since February and a sweeping debut in Denver with 110,000 tickets sold by the time it opened Friday.
If you haven’t heard of Meow Wolf before, think of this Santa Fe–based arts collective as the successors to Walt Disney or Salvador Dalí...
After years of speculation, stop-start construction and hand-wringing among the state’s artists, Meow Wolf Denver cut the ribbon at its new, 90,000-square-foot building.
The new facility is just the most visible manifestation of a business turnaround that’s been in the works since things started to open up earlier this year.
Dizzying. Fascinating. Cool. Astonishing. Colorful. Surprising. Awe-inspiring. Wow. These words will fall from the lips of visitors as they wander through the Meow Wolf Denver permanent exhibit Convergence Station – a four-story wonderland of art, culture, music and food.
Creation — whether it be sonic or visual — is a radical and often tumultuous act of emotional upheaval. Artists of many disciplines reside at the intersection of such emotional confession.
We got an early look at Meow Wolf's Denver exhibition "Convergence Station," and here's what you need to know before you go.
Meow Wolf Denver opens on Friday as the third location by the arts and entertainment offering its largest and most ambitious experience.
Meow Wolf certainly knows how to create an air of mystery. Cryptic billboards. Pink fliers asking for “Used Shrimp Memories.”
Art meets entertainment III. The hypercool art collective from Santa Fe, Meow Wolf, will open its third location in Denver, Colo., on Sept. 17.
In addition to dozens of installations in one massive art experience, this Denver offshoot of the Santa Fe-based group is also introducing HELLOFOOD, a fast-casual cafe with a focus on one of the immersive installation's central ideas: fusion.
Meow Wolf ’s fast-casual HELLOFOOD café will offer “quantum travelers” food and beverages from Denver businesses.
Since 2016, visitors have flocked to Santa Fe just to see the original Meow Wolf. Featuring immersive art installations from the Meow Wolf collective, the experience completely takes you in
The Estes Park Trail-Gazette had a chance to sit down for an exclusive interview with Chadney Everett, the Senior Creative Director of Meow Wolf, Denver, to talk about the creative process behind the hugely popular themed maximalist art experiences.
Convergence Station is the biggest project yet for arts collective-turned immersive entertainment juggernaut Meow Wolf.
In February at Area 15, arts production company Meow Wolf unveiled its mind-bending faux grocery store, Omega Mart, an installation that includes work by more than 325 artists and collaborators.
The head of experimental hip-hop band Wheelchair Sports Camp is headed out of Convergence Station, the massive immersive-arts installation at the junction of Interstate 25 and the Colfax Avenue viaduct, where she'd just put the finishing touches on what she calls the "Wheelchair Space Kitchen Time Portal.”
No one knows exactly what Meow Wolf Denver will turn out to be just yet — that’s part of the intrigue that will reveal itself when the hipster arts and entertainment installation opens Sept. 17 at the juncture of I-25 and the Colfax Avenue viaduct.
Deep inside the Earth, a mazelike network of blue-marble catacombs subtly steer explorers from one room to the next, confusing and delighting them with colorful, womblike spaces that seem plucked from a dream.
Meow Wolf, the immersive entertainment company known for its trippy installations, has announced the details for its third permanent attraction, Convergence Station, which will open to the public on September 17 in Denver.
Santa Fe is the perfect destination for couples who enjoy painting, sculpture and culture. Dive into the world of Georgia O’Keefe and the otherworldly modern art mecca that is Meow Wolf, then hop on a bike and take golden hour rides around this intimate city.
The wildly popular art collective-turned-entertainment company Meow Wolf has revealed the theme for its next immersive art installation.
What sounds like the premise of a sci-fi novel is actually the foundation of art collective Meow Wolf's third permanent immersive experience in Denver, "Convergence Station." But it will offer an otherworldly escape.
Artists are celebrating years of hard work coming to fruition, following the announcement that Meow Wolf will open a new permanent exhibition in Denver. Alaine “Skeena” Rodriguez and Oren Lomena of Aluis Hu shared their excitement with CBS4’s Mekialaya White over a Zoom call on Tuesday.
Meow Wolf is staffing up and getting ready for its Fall 2021 opening in Denver, and after years of waiting, we’re finally seeing signs that the immersive art group’s Denver installation will be opening soon.
While some things have changed in Las Vegas since the pandemic hit, one thing hasn't. The city continues to reinvent itself, opening impressive new hotels, debuting new restaurants and offering innovative experiences to make it much more than just a place to gamble.
From Yayoi Kusama’s Tate Modern shows to the recently opened Superblue in Miami, overwhelmingly sensory experiences have swept social media by storm. But what is the distinction between art and attraction?
A 52,000-square-foot art installation hidden behind a refrigerator door may be found in a “interdimensional” Nevada grocery shop complete with mind-bending items, extraterrestrial portals, and surprising landscapes.
There's a lot that's still unknown about Meow Wolf Denver, the massive new arts installation/venue constructed over the past two years at the intersection of West Colfax Avenue and Interstate 25 on the edge of Sun Valley.
Customers in Las Vegas, Nevada find the mysterious cooler leads to a labyrinth of colorful designs that have gone viral.
Immersive art experiences have been one of the biggest trends of recent years. We’ve seen groups such as Culturespaces and Meow Wolf making waves in the attractions industry. Now, the trend for digital art exhibits continues to grow across the globe, from Tokyo to Paris to Las Vegas.
Putting your finger on Meow Wolf’s Omega Mart is nearly impossible. It’s a transportive, maximalist art installation, rooted in the foundation of a dense, explorative narrative.
Whether you’re looking to avoid the crowds or find out what all the fuss is about and join the fun, here’s the scoop on the most popular attraction in each state.
Meow Wolf teams up with Albuquerque-based Marble Brewery on a new Japanese-inspired rice lager dubbed Day Ghost.
At first glance, it appears to be just a grocery store like any other, with brightly lit shelves popping with colorful products to stoke your impulse to buy, buy, buy.
Now’s your chance to introduce your aspiring young creatives to Meow Wolf’s Omega Mart, which is best described as part art exhibit, part amusement park and part escape room.
After getting derailed by COVID, the psychedelic entertainment company sees encouraging signs that crowds are ready to return to live events.
Created by the renowned Santa Fe artist collective Meow Wolf (the name derived from pulling two random words from a hat during their first meeting), Omega Mart is an amalgamation of some 325 artists’ creations tied together by disparate overlapping story lines which one can follow — or not.
Meow Wolf, the Santa Fe-based arts and entertainment behemoth that grew out of a ragtag collective, has officially announced the 110 Colorado artists who've been working on the Denver installation, the third in the Meow Wolf lineup and the most narratively complex.
Watch the seven-minute music video created by Baltimore pop duo, Beach House, for “Marin’s Dreams,” created in collaboration with arts collective Meow Wolf.
Located in AREA 15, Omega Mart is a wacky supermarket-like experience that is one part art gallery, one part theater and one part vision quest that will leave you feeling like a character from Alice in Wonderland.
The demise of major retailers has left empty spaces, but indoor theme parks & innovative experiences could help with revitalising these retail centres.
Planning your summer vacation? Due to popular demand, Meow Wolf has just released additional tickets for their explosive new installation in Las Vegas, Omega Mart through July 31st.
The spirit of Omega Mart, a Las Vegas installation that allows visitors to “explore an extraordinary supermarket that bursts into surreal worlds and unexpected landscapes."
The Vegas Strip may often seem an irony-free zone, but “Omega Mart” couldn’t exist without satire. And the city seems ready for that.
Meow Wolf's second permanent installation, Omega Mart, is an interactive, mind-bending art experience. Participants explore an extraordinary supermarket that bursts into surreal worlds and unexpected landscapes.
The opening of downtown’s Circa Resort & Casino late last year will be followed by the highly anticipated Virgin Hotels Las Vegas this spring, and the Santa Fe–based arts collective Meow Wolf expanded into Vegas with a new experience, Omega Mart, in February.
Missions, museums, and Meow Wolf, all are players in the 'city different.'
No longer are consumers interested in just products or brands, but rather in memories and experiences, an incredibly important trend for real estate investors to follow.
The House is still the House, but there is a newness to the surreal exhibit — which opened in March 2016 in a former bowling alley on Rufina Circle and shut down a year ago as the coronavirus pandemic took hold.
Telluride Film Festival (September 2- 6, 2021) today presents its 2021 Festival poster, designed by Meow Wolf’s Luke Dorman for the 48th edition of the festival. Luke Dorman is the Lead Graphic Designer at Meow Wolf, a Santa Fe-based arts and entertainment company that creates immersive, interactive experiences.
A look inside Meow Wolf's Omega Mart––the Santa Fe, New Mexico-based art collective's 52,000 square-foot immersive and interactive art installation at the recently opened Area15 experiences, dining and retail mall.
Meow Wolf cofounder and director Vince Kadlubek discusses the history and philosophy behind Meow Wolf's unique brand of immersive storytelling.
As the company begins a new chapter in Vegas with the opening of Omega Mart, officials acknowledge the expansion now sets the foundation for the company’s long-term future.
For once, Las Vegas is wowing us with some un-gambling related news.
The space include four themed areas and 60 installation-filled rooms, terrains, and portals to other worlds made by more than 325 artists including Beach House, Brian Eno, Amon Tobin, Shrine, and Android Jones.
Depending on your perspective, Meow Wolf’s Omega Mart is an art gallery, an indoor theme park, a bold statement on individual theatricality, a place to take lots of Instagram photos...
The art collective behind Santa Fe's interactive funhouse House of Eternal Return — which counts George R.R. Martin as a backer — launches its first expansion inside the new AREA15 complex on Feb. 18.
"The show here in Las Vegas is really a social commentary on consumerism, corporate culture and environmental stewardship, and it's what we call an alternative storytelling environment," said Corvas Brinkerhoff, executive creative director of Meow Wolf Las Vegas. "It's mission is driven by conveying a story to the audience."
Step into Claudia Bueno’s aquarium-style installation at Meow Wolf’s new space in Las Vegas and experience the slow, oscillating movements of natural life. “Pulse” is comprised of countless white line drawings that are meticulously intertwined and superimposed on 60 glass panels.
The opening of AREA15 is one of the few bright spots of 2020 and the art, entertainment, dining, and retail space is only getting better in the new year. Most exciting of all: the arrival of Meow Wolf, the team responsible for a trippy, interactive walk-through art installation that's one of the best reasons to visit Santa Fe.
If you’ve ever walked through the washing machine into another dimension at Meow Wolf’s OG Santa Fe location, you know you should expect the unexpected when the Denver outpost opens in late 2021.
For a jolt of 21st century culture, downtown Denver is just short walk away and will unveil a massive art installation from New Mexico-backed artist collective Meow Wolf later this year.
The first Meow Wolf attraction is still taking the world by storm as a mind-expanding trip into alternate worlds and dimensions of reality. Tucked away in New Mexico the original Meow Wolf themed attraction is more of an all-encompassing art installation project than a theme park-style attraction.
Meow Wolf this week shared new images and details about its under-construction Denver location, which the Santa Fe-based company said is on track to open in late 2021.
Midtown is all about Meow Wolf, which turned an old bowling alley into an interactive art installation with a trippy, abstract take on classic Americana. The less you know about this in advance, the better.
Off the Strip, the immersive-art producer Meow Wolf will reveal the sprawling Omega Mart, an “interactive superstore,” at the just-opened entertainment complex Area15 early next year. Anywhere else, and all this would seem like too much to believe.
Meow Wolf, the Santa Fe-based arts and entertainment company whose backers include George R.R. Martin (Game of Thrones), has brought on Barbara Ford Grant as its new chief technology officer.
Despite the current market conditions and the difficulties being faced by companies across the world due to the effects of Covid-19, the core objective remains the same – to open mind blowing and immersive creative exhibition experiences.
In this roundtable discussion, led by senior editor Suzanne LaBarre, top executives and thought leaders discussed how to innovate public space.
Meow Wolf has added to its leadership team, announcing the hire of an executive to oversee efforts to build a healthy workplace environment.
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