Walkabout Mini Golf, one of the best multiplayer apps for VR headsets, is adding a course made by art collective Meow Wolf and based on the group's real-world experiences. It's Meow Wolf's first big dip into virtual reality, and it's scheduled to arrive later this year.
The phenomenon that is Meow Wolf started in a former bowling alley in Santa Fe. Although I’ve been to this original location before, as well as the one in Denver, I was happy to return because, although the original exhibition and story inside are constant, the space allows for new artists and their installations. That means the experience can be fresh for repeat visitors.
If you want to see some of the best sites in Denver, we recommend starting with a walk through Meow Wolf. This amazing walk-through art experience features interactive rooms, bright colors, crazy sculptures, and fascinating murals.
Santa Fe's Meow Wolf is home to more than 70 rooms of immersive, multimedia art installations. It also features the permanent art installation known as "House of Eternal Return," in which guests piece together the mysteries of a fantastical house through non-linear storytelling.
Here in Denver, the Gayborhood converges at Meow Wolf, where we skip and trip through the alternative cityscape of C Street inside the iconic, distorted reality that took over our city a few years ago.
Optical illusions and hidden passages abound at Omega Mart, an art installation masquerading as an otherworldly convenience store. This interactive gallery invites visitors to play, explore, and experience immersive art first-hand.
Also in AREA15, Meow Wolf’s Omega Mart woos guests 21+ with a meander through the psychedelic market, speakeasy, and other-worldly and immersive spaces on Thursdays in March.
Santa-Fe based immersive experience pioneers and art collective Meow Wolf have a surprising fairy godfather of sorts: Game of Thrones creator and New Mexico resident George R.R. Martin, a key early investor in the project. Meow Wolf now has more outposts—including Las Vegas’ Omega Mart—and plans for more.
Meow Wolf’s House of Eternal Return is an interactive art exhibit that transports you into a truly jaw-dropping world. This immersive experience is home to over 60 uniquely themed, dream-like rooms spread over 2 floors.
Grocery shopping does not sound like a typical Las Vegas vacation activity, but visitors do not want to skip this Mega Mart shopping experience.
Maybe you've already been to, or heard of, Meow Wolf's Omega Mart experience in Las Vegas. It's buried inside a larger entertainment complex called AREA15 that's also adding a 20-acre Universal Studios horror experience in the next few years.
Have you ever wanted to feel fully immersed in an art exhibit? Well, you will have your chance to do just that at Meow Wolf's House of Eternal Return in Santa Fe. Good for all ages, this is one incredibly fun and colorful place to explore.
Meow Wolf has appointed three “innovative humanoids” to its world-class leadership team – Michael Kopelman, Anne Mullen and Kelly Schoeffel.
The company, known for its surreal art exhibitions, has appointed former 72andSunny executive strategy director Kelly Schoeffel as its new CMO
Meow Wolf on Wednesday announced three additions to its leadership team, and the company's CEO said the hires could be first of hundreds of new jobs added by the end of the year.
The immersive art experience that originated in New Mexico will spread its magic this summer. Another Meow Wolf location is expected to open in Texas.
Meow Wolf has revealed more information about its fourth permanent installation, opening later this year in Grapevine, Texas. The new attraction, says Meow Wolf, is a “place of beauty and discovery”. It will be home to local vendors, a retail space and a live performance venue for music and events.
A 29,000-square-foot immersive and interactive art experience will hit the Grapevine Mills Mall this summer — featuring 30 Texas-based artists who will share their creative vision.
Meow Wolf is coming to suburban Texas. This week, the immersive art production company announced the details of its newest location, set to open in Grapevine, a suburb between Dallas and Fort Worth, this summer.
The company has posted listings for 14 positions at the new exhibit and is expecting to hire more than 150 employees in Grapevine, which is the first of two planned Texas locations.
Slowly but surely, Meow Wolf is nailing down their opening date for North Texas. The entertainment company announced on Thursday that they'll open a new permanent exhibition in the Grapevine Mills mall in Summer 2023.
Last year, Meow Wolf, the Santa Fe-based arts and entertainment company, announced its plans to open two permanent spaces in Texas, one in Grapevine (a suburb between Dallas and Fort Worth) in 2023, and the other in Houston in 2024. Today, the company has announced that its Grapevine location will open this summer.
Meow Wolf is a Santa Fe, New Mexico-based arts and entertainment company that creates immersive and interactive experiences that transport audiences of all ages into fantastic realms of story and exploration.
Portals of Theseus is now on view at Meow Wolf's Convergence Station, in its rotational art space Galleri Gallery. Feliciano is a natural fit for the gallery, which has shared artwork from well-known Denver artists including the late Stevon Lucero.
Meow Wolf is an experimental large-scale art venue based in Santa Fe that creates impossibly fantastic immersive experiences. Recently, the company announced its plans to open new two “portals” in Texas, in Grapevine and Houston.
This immersive, interactive installation, opened in 2021, is the collective work of hundreds of artists who filled four stories and 90,000 square feet with mind-bending rooms and mesmerizing encounters. It’s best experienced by surrendering to your psychedelic surroundings and letting your inner child run free.
Visitors who drop by Grapevine Mills next year will be able to do much more than shop. Santa Fe-based immersive art company Meow Wolf is bringing its fourth permanent installation to the mall in 2023. Over 40 artists, half of them from Texas, will display their artwork at the new location. Among them is Dallas-based Dan Lam whose vibrantly colored, drippy sculptures have become popular on TikTok and Instagram.
Denver’s outpost of the wildly popular Santa Fe-based Meow Wolf is a relatively new cultural draw, opened in 2021. It’s best described as a trippy, immersive art exhibit, where children and adults and everyone in between can play their way through the maze-like halls.
The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum is a fascinating portrait of the famous artist’s life and work, and Meow Wolf is an immersive art experience that … well, can’t really be explained properly in writing. You just have to experience it.
The experiential art space Meow Wolf recently opened an outpost of its unconventional and immersive version of a museum in Denver. And like the organization, the building chose an unconventional site, right in the midst of swooping freeway viaducts. The triangular building is proof that with enough creativity, even seemingly untenable sites can be given new life.
The House of Eternal Return is a perfect spot for travelers into arts, as it features about 70 rooms with spectacular pieces that would interest travelers of all ages.
As Meow Wolf expands its immersive experience into Texas in 2023 and 2024, there is plenty of work being done at its home base in New Mexico. According to the New Mexico Film Office, work is being done in Santa Fe for the expansion into Grapevine, Texas.
Meow Wolf has been honing this approach since 2008, when a group of New Mexico–based artists found themselves disenchanted with the so-called Land of Enchantment—in particular, the local art establishment.
And I do like the idea of an arttraction. So I decided to turn to winning displays, such as the ones presented by Meow Wolf. Here, I offer to share here the four rules I compiled for a successful attempt.
The gold rush brings to mind Santa Fe-based Meow Wolf, the art collective-turned-corporation that opened its third location, following Santa Fe and Las Vegas, in Denver in September 2021. In less than 9 months, Convergence Station — as Denver’s surreal installation is called — saw 1 million visitors, according to a Meow Wolf publicist.
This highly immersive art exhibit includes large-scale art installations that transport visitors into another world. It all started in Santa Fe, but you’ll now find this interactive style of art and entertainment in Denver and Las Vegas.
Set aside as many hours as you can for the psychedelic trip that is Meow Wolf Denver’s Convergence Station. This interactive, surreal, sci-fi art exhibit has an underlying narrative about converged worlds and deep lore and mysteries to explore. Spanning four stories, 70+ unique installations, rooms and portals, Convergence Station took three years and 300 creators to make.
One of the hot tickets in town is to the immersive, truly hands-on art space Meow Wolf. You’ll take your art experience to another dimension at this eclectic place, at which you’re encouraged to touch, open and even crawl through the installation to fully appreciate its many multisensory surprises.
Immersive experiences use new innovations like AR and projection mapping to present elaborate environments that guests can freely explore. One key example is the award-winning House of Eternal Return from the alternative art collective turned elaborate multimedia experience designer Meow Wolf.
Meow Wolf is showcasing their first ever collection at Denver Fashion Week (DFW) on Tuesday, Nov. 15 and costume designer Kate Major is the face of it. Themed TRASH, Major took inspiration from the trash planet in Meow Wolf’s exhibit Convergence Station.
Omega Mart, which checks all the boxes for immersive art, might be described as "America's Most Exceptional Grocery Store," but behind the freezer cases lurk installation-filled rooms, terrains and portals.
“Meow Wolf.” If you said it out loud a decade ago, you would probably have gotten a lot of concerned looks from family and friends. But today, this artist collective based in Santa Fe, New Mexico has become a well-known creator in the themed entertainment design space with three permanent art installations spread across the American West.
Meow Wolf‘s House of Eternal Return in Santa Fe has unveiled three new permanent portals by artists Lauren YS, Jacob Fisher and Virgil Ortiz.
As part of the event, Meow Wolf says its immersive art experience, Omega Mart, “will open its portals exclusively to those old enough to legally drink alcohol in Las Vegas, Earth.” Attendees will have a chance to explore the supermarket, Factory and Painted Desert “in a grown-up dimension.”
This sustainable collection is inspired by the trash masterpieces of Meow Wolf installations like Gremlin Symphony and the dystopian edge of C Street. Major’s line brings cosmic street fashions straight out of a futuristic fantasy film to the Denver runway. Many other looks from Meow Wolf’s rich multiverse of characters and worlds will be presented at DFW as well.
It took 56 people four years to build Gremlin Symphony inside Convergence Station, Denver. The room is an art installation made from trash sculpted around instruments that play themselves using robotics or can be played by a human. Reggie Watts got together with co-creator Meason Wiley to give it a test run.
Meow Wolf is an art collective that has constructed several unique and lucrative immersive venues, including House of Eternal Return in Santa Fe, New Mexico (2016), Convergence Station in Denver, Colorado (2021) and Omega Mart (2019) at the Area 15 complex in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Few museum experiences offer the rare dynamism of Meow Wolf in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Promising an interactive, immersive art experience, Meow Wolf is an out-of-this-world magical museum appropriate for both children and adults.
The exhibit begins with visitors entering a similar ordinary recreation of a supermarket, but hidden doors and elaborate passageways quickly transport you to a seemingly otherwordly experience.
The House of Eternal Return is perfect for spooky season. It features 70 rooms of interactive art woven into the mystery of the Selig family, who mysteriously disappeared from their Victorian home after experimenting with “interdimensional travel.” If you’re up for the mystery, click here for more.
The permanent exhibition House of Eternal Return produced by a group of young artists ingeniously combines interactive art installations with a fanciful fun house in the enigmatic universe of Meow Wolf.
It’s been roughly a year since the art collective known as Meow Wolf swung open the doors to the Convergence Station exhibit, and already the art museum has snagged the top spot on an annual “best of” list.
In short, this is an interdimensional grocery store (already caught you attention huh?) filled with mind-bending products, amazing and quirky items, portals, and trippy dystopian landscapes all in one massive interactive art installation.
C Street is one of the worlds you'll find while exploring Meow Wolf's wild Convergence Station in Denver. Inside it there are numerous immersive spaces to explore, but in one specific room you'll find a traditional art gallery.
They will host two parties on the 17th to mark the occasion.
Known for its psychedelic design gallery in New Mexico, Meow Wolf has expanded its programming by opening the Convergence Station venue in a narrow gap between three viaducts near downtown Denver.
If asked about the common point between Santa Fe, Denver, Las Vegas, and Texas, tourists will immediately guess, without even thinking or trying to look for the answer on any search engine, and the answer is so easy: the mind-blowing Meow Wolf.
Immersive art exhibit Meow Wolf is set to open in the mall in 2023 and will feature 30 rooms within the 29,000-square-foot space. Forty artists, 38 of which are based in Texas, will bring the exhibit to life with their “unique visions,” the release stated.
More than 30 artists located in Texas are collaborating with Meow Wolf to create 30 rooms, as well as select sculptures and dioramas, within the 29,000-square-foot space.
Meow Wolf, the Santa Fe, N.M.-based immersive arts and entertainment company, announced its list of 33 artists who will be collaborating on Meow Wolf Grapevine.
While their New Mexico location is designed to look like a house, Omega Mart looks, upon first glance, like a regular supermarket. Once you start paying attention, though, you’ll realize it contains an entire hidden world that you can find by carefully picking up on clues.
Meow Wolf’s first project, the House of Eternal Return, features 70 rooms of interactive art, tied together by the mystery of the Selig family who disappeared from their Victorian manor. Choose your own path through the space, where walking, crawling and climbing are acceptable.
Visitors at Meow Wolf will soon get a glimpse into the world of the Recon Watchmen as Cochiti Pueblo artist Virgil Ortiz bring his decades-long Revolt 1680/2180 series to life in an interactive format.
The Vortex Festival was exactly what it sounds like: a vortex into moments of maximalism; a container of artistic intention, untraditional production and of course, great music. Here are four ways the Meow Wolf Vortex festival represented the Mile High City’s creative community.
After experiencing Meow Wolf in Santa Fe, I knew I had to go to the Vegas location. This immersive, interactive art experience is unlike anything else I’ve ever seen.
You walk into your local grocery store to pick up a jug of milk. It's supposed to be one of your usual shopping trips, but for some reason, you feel that something is wrong. The music playing over the speakers sounds familiar but warped just enough that you can't quite place your finger on it.
Meow Wolf's Omega Mart at AREA15 offers an all ages journey complete with immersive storytelling of surreal worlds that spark the imagination. Secret portals, unexpected landscapes and innovative art make for a new experience each time. The world of Omega Mart never ends as each door and portal leads to even more dimensions.
Meow Wolf Convergence Station is an interactive sci-fi art exhibit that tells a story the entire way through. You will be immersed into new worlds created by talented artists and explore the cosmos at a mile high! So grab on tight cause it gets trippy!
Meow Wolf's House of Eternal Return is an interactive art experience. The company commissions painters or sculptors, including Native artists, to curate murals or installations. Being in a space and looking at things that you've never seen before, such as an Alice in Wonderland–like fireplace that's a portal into the next room, and having that experience with my children and my grandchildren has been really fun.
Surprise! The biggest and baddest arts corporation wins your hearts once again, Santa Fe, and we’re starting to think this place might be around for the long haul.
Pioneers in interactive art, the creators behind Meow Wolf hope visitors make meaningful connections and do more than just take selfies at their exhibitions.
Officially called “Meow Wolf Denver: Convergence Station,” this interactive art installation is super awesome and truly hard to describe. Inside a ginormous warehouse are four floors of crazy, colorful and weird rooms that intersect and connect and take you on a mesmerizing journey.
Santa Fe’s landscape features brown adobe architecture that blends seamlessly into the brown hues of the high desert. From an airplane, much of the city disappears. But the one thing you might see at 30,000 feet is Meow Wolf, which does anything but blend in.
Extreme. Authentic. Creativity. Those are the three words Meow Wolf’s CEO Jose Tolosa used to describe the Santa Fe-based arts and entertainment company.
Omega Mart is no regular supermarket, however, as it's actually an immersive art experience created by arts and entertainment company Meow Wolf... and it's seriously cool.
The collective’s brand-new permanent installation, “Omega Mart,” is a tripped-out convenience store offering some food for thought on how we live now. Part of the entrance fee goes to support local community organizations. In addition, Meow Wolf partners with local artists to create public installations, like Luis Varela Rico’s e-waste sculpture at Goodwill of Southern Nevada.
What makes Meow Wolf so different than a typical art installation is that it’s not something you look at; it’s something you immerse yourself in. The exhibit creates a world that visitors walk through and engage with, allowing (and encouraging) interaction in a choose-your-own-adventure type experience, complete with secret passages and other hidden gems.
I’ve ridden all manner of dark rides, but I’d never seen anything like Meow Wolf’s Kaleidoscape before, at least not in a theme park. Like Meow Wolf’s building-sized installations in Vegas, Denver and Santa Fe, Kaleidoscape is an inspired mix of abstract visuals, ambient music, and sci-fi mumbo jumbo about quantum physics and interdimensional travel.
If you’ve already familiar with Meow Wolf’s other locations, you already know their Santa Fe location is sure to offer a memorable, one-of-a-kind experience. If you’re not, Meow Wolf is an immersive art exhibit that will bend your sense of reality.
Visitors can breeze through multi-story spaces such as the Ossuary, the Perplexiplex or the Cathedral. Or you can dive deep into the lore of the place, carefully examining the dense layers of ephemera, fliers and ads on walls and bulletin boards in various spaces, such as a fanciful version of a laundromat.
At first glance, the moving billboard looks like an ordinary grocery store delivery truck, but Meow Wolf Las Vegas has created a new installation that is catching people's attention around the valley.
Following permanent installations Santa Fe, Las Vegas and Denver, Meow Wolf is set to launch in Texas. Two new attractions are opening in a shopping mall in Grapevine and the Fifth Ward of Houston in 2023 and 2024.
“America’s Most Exceptional Grocery Store,” Omega Mart was designed and executed by groundbreaking Santa Fe-based arts and entertainment collective, Meow Wolf, and is Vegas’ must-experience Vegas destination. Situated in the new AREA15 arts and experiential complex just west of The Strip, Omega Mart is a seemingly normal grocery store.
If you’re craving a consciousness-expanding twist to your next road trip, put Meow Wolf on your travel wishlist. The ambitiously creative production company began as an alternative art collective in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where the first permanent location opened in 2016 in a former bowling alley. In 2021, two additional exhibits opened in Las Vegas, Nevada, and Denver, Colorado.
Located just outside of downtown, Denverites can escape reality and enter a realm of breathtaking oddities at Meow Wolf’s Convergence Station. Become a traveler of the intergalactic cosmos in this interactive four-story immersive art exhibition — housing the grooviest out-of-this-world art pieces in all of Colorado, and perhaps the world.
“I could not be happier to bring Meow Wolf back to the place that I grew up to be a positive addition to my first community,” said King, an Arlington native.
Part interactive art exhibit, part parallel universe, this unique attraction is taking Las Vegas, Denver, and Santa Fe by storm.
Meow Wolf exhibitions almost defy description. The Santa Fe-based immersive entertainment company creates one-of-a-kind spaces that combine narrative with massive multimedia art installations.
Meow Wolf‘s fourth venue in Grapevine will be located within a former big-box retail store at the Grapevine Mills shopping mall in the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex. It will join attractions including Legoland Discovery Center and the Sea Life Aquarium.
One of the buzziest things to do in Denver, Meow Wolf’s “Convergence Station” is an experience like no other – just go.
The mesmerizing Santa Fe-based interactive adventure known for enchanting art lovers and amusement zealots with its mind-bending immersive experiences is tripping into Texas with two new permanent exhibitions.
Meow Wolf will bring its immersive and interactive art experiences to the Lone Star State in 2023. The first location will be at Grapevine Mills where the Santa Fe-based art production company will transform an empty Bed, Bath & Beyond into the same sort of surrealist playground that attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors to its existing three locations each year.
First, the official Stranger Things Store experience based on the popular Netflix sci-fi drama announced it will open a branch of its walkthrough experience through the town of Hawkins and the Upside Down. Then, the New Mexico-based art collective Meow Wolf announced that a new surreal exhibition space is planned for the Grapevine mall, set to open sometime in 2023.
The Santa Fe-based arts and entertainment company Meow Wolf has announced its expansion into Texas. After hosting temporary immersive experiences in Austin as part of the South by Southwest festival, Meow Wolf’s next permanent projects will open in Grapevine (a suburb between Dallas and Fort Worth) in 2023 and Houston in 2024.
Known for their interactive experiences aimed at transporting audiences of all ages into fantastic realms of story and exploration, Meow Wolf's latest projects are slated to open in 2023 and 2024, respectively.
“The Meow Wolf story universe is expanding, and Texas holds the keys to our next chapters,” said Jose Tolosa, CEO of Meow Wolf, in a press statement. “Opening a permanent exhibition in the largest and one of the most diverse states in the country has been on Meow Wolf’s radar for years, and we are excited to be formally underway.”
The first of the transportive Texan experiences is set to debut at Grapevine Mills (just 24 miles northwest of Dallas) some time 2023, and though the fourth permanent exhibit doesn’t have a name just yet, it’s bound to be as wonderfully weird and trippy as Meow Wolf’s other installations.
Meow Wolf said its fourth and fifth immersive and interactive experiences or "portals" will open Texas. A permanent installation in Grapevine, Texas, located within the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area, is scheduled to open in 2023.
Meow Wolf picked Texas, and Houston in particular, for its next locations due to diversity, among other factors. The emphasis on the arts in Houston also played a role in the city's selection.
The U.S.-based arts and entertainment company is known for its immersive and interactive experiences aimed at transporting audiences of all ages into fantastic realms of story and exploration. The exhibitions will open in Grapevine in 2023 and in Houston in 2024. The company refers to these locations as "portals", a reference familiar to those who have visited their existing locations in Santa Fe, Las Vegas, and Denver.
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