Art production company, "trippy" wonderland of art, culture and food — and national trend-setter — Meow Wolf produced a a recycle-based fashion show Tuesday, aptly titled "Absolute Rubbish: A Trashion Show."
One of the best things to do for your birthday in Denver is to go to Meow Wolf Denver. This is a space where you can see an incredible art installation.
This might seem like a left-field choice for a creepy locations list, but anyone who’s been to Las Vegas will understand its unique flavour of ‘strange’. Want to feel confused, bamboozled and slightly unsettled this Halloween?
What is it about fun houses that appeal to us? Perhaps it's the artistic influences or the strange perspectives that challenge our senses. Maybe it's the hidden doors and passageways, the lack of predictability in an otherwise predictable world. One thing we know for sure is that a grocery store trip is straightforward — but what if it wasn't? What if someone took the concept of food aisles and turned it into a fun house encounter?
If you’re looking for a unique day trip with your partner, the family, friends or even just by yourself, Meow Wolf in Denver is definitely worth the drive.
Don’t let the historic front fool you, Grapevine also boasts artsy and adventurous activities. Check out Meow Wolf for its immersive and interactive art installations at their newest location in Grapevine Mills.
I first discovered Meow Wolf in Santa Fe in 2019 when we spent the afternoon exploring, discovering, uncovering, and immersing ourselves in rooms and realms of thought-provoking, art-driven experiences.
One form of entertainment seems to be gaining traction among tourists and locals. Immersive entertainment has swept across the Las Vegas Valley in recent years—taking the form of floor-to-ceiling projections at Lighthouse ArtSpace Las Vegas inside the Shops at Crystals, a wide array of virtual reality experiences and Meow Wolf’s Omega Mart inside Area15.
Art lovers can tie the knot at one of Vegas’s renowned art galleries or immersive art installations. Locations like Meow Wolf’s Omega Mart or the Art Motel offer visually stunning and creative backdrops.
I love Omega Mart by Meow Wolf at AREA15 too. It's like this weird grocery store with what you think are prop food items, but you can actually buy them. It's my sense of humor, which is a little off-color. I just love the effort that's been put into every little detail. It's creative genius.
Meow Wolf in Grapevine is another immersive experience for all ages to enjoy with no VR headset required. The recently opened Meow Wolf is an immersive art exhibition that aims to open visitors to “portals of possibility.”
There's a world hidden within my city; an interactive, vibrant, and mesmerizing world that can only be found at Meow Wolf Santa Fe.
Like my Glasstire colleagues Jessica Fuentes and William Sarradet, I too went to Meow Wolf Grapevine during its preview days last month. I’m a big fan of multimedia, immersive installations; for immersive sound and light work, Dark Matter in Berlin was one of my favorites.
Meow Wolf can’t seem to help itself when it comes to providing immersive, mind-bending experiences blending sight, sound, and vibe. Vortex, the knockout three-day event that also debuted Denver’s newest music venue, The Junkyard, in 2022 is back again this year on August 25, 26, and 27.
Now, Denverites can experience Furness’ otherworldly creations at a fitting crossroads: Meow Wolf. As Convergence Station’s newest artist-in-residence, Furness unveiled her latest collection, Naturalis Grottesche, on July 6 in Convergence Station’s Galleri Gallery—a rotating exhibition space inside the C Street section of the four-story immersive venue.
In a world where reality and dreams merge into a surreal experience, Meow Wolf has taken the art world by storm with its innovative and interactive exhibitions. Founded in 2008 by a collective of Santa Fe artists, Meow Wolf has evolved from a small group of creatives to a global sensation, capturing the imagination of people of all ages and backgrounds.
Candy for your ears, environmentally conscious: Meow Wolf’s immersive festival in Denver, VORTEX introduces sustainability initiatives.
The trippy, immersive experience begins in a suburban house. Things are not as they seem.
One of my favorite attractions in Las Vegas is Meow Wolf's Omega Mart, an immersive interactive art exhibit.
Meow Wolf, the Santa Fe-based entertainment company that released “The Real Unreal” art exhibit in Grapevine, is paying homage to the 80s with its latest fashion offering — the neon tracksuit.
The Omega Mart, which took three years to build, is the epitome of immersive. There exists no experience that stacks up to this inconceivable installation, the brainchild of the unrivaled Meow Wolf.
Explore a Victorian house that leads you through secret passages, mysterious portals, and mind-bending dimensions. With a combination of art, technology, and storytelling, Meow Wolf is a truly captivating experience for the whole family.
Meow Wolf Denver’s four-story immersive experience, Convergence Station, is a labyrinth of otherworldly mixed-media art from more than 100 Colorado-based creatives, meaning there’s endless Instagram bait around every corner.
Meow Wolf started out as a small art collective in Santa Fe in 2008. It is now a leader in the world of immersive art experiences. The group’s big break came when it attracted the attention of Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin, who bought a bowling alley and leased it to Meow Wolf as a permanent venue.
Meow Wolf says its Grapevine exhibition is “a journey through a technicolor wonderland that blends storytelling, technology, and immersive art.” Different dimensions of perspective and creativity will be on display throughout the often mind-boggling experience.
If you have driven along Texas highways this summer, you may have seen a billboard with a man’s head split and expanding with psychedelic colors and designs.
The Real Unreal in Grapevine, the latest portal of Santa Fe-based Meow Wolf, boggles the mind and stretches the imagination. Beware – you will find flashing lights, bright colors, moving parts, sensory overload, and a lot of cool stuff to see and experience in this immersive art installation that covers more than 30 rooms.
Inside Grapevine Mills is a house. Inside that house is a refrigerator. Inside that fridge is a room full of more fridges. And inside those fridges are … well, to say any more would be to spoil the experience, because Meow Wolf has come to Texas.
“There’s no wrong way to experience the Real Unreal—and there’s a story inside, if you’d like to find it,” Dale Sheehan, the exhibition’s executive creative director, who came to Meow Wolf in 2019 after a decade with Walt Disney Imagineering, told Artnet News.
Nothing is as it seems under the multicolored neon lights at Meow Wolf Grapevine, the long-awaited immersive art exhibition that just opened in Texas. What looks like a conventional suburban house is really an entrance to an imaginary world.
If you stare at the walls that adorn the new Neon Kingdom section of Meow Wolf’s newest exhibit “The Real Unreal” long enough you are bound to see things. There are a series of windows strategically placed where one can make out a series of structural faces looking back at them.
Part of the challenge of creating great art requires a disconnect between the artist and viewers. Artists can't always spell out exactly what they want to say because they're limited by the confines of the canvas or the medium. So something poignant, beautiful and meaningful can seem invisible to some or even to most of its viewers.
Meow Wolf’s latest immersive art experience, The Real Unreal, has opened to the public in Grapevine, Texas. The art collective’s fourth permanent exhibition is found at the Grapevine Mills shopping mall in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.
Described as a “multiversal transit station,” Convergence is essentially a funhouse of otherworldly psychedelia. It’s designed to deliver an experience like you’re on an alien planet, and it accomplishes this admirably, leading visitors through a series of strange landscapes.
Jessica Fuentes and William Sarradet discuss their visits to Dallas-Fort Worth’s newly opened Meow Wolf location. “One of the things about truly great art is that it changes every time you revisit it; you bring something new to it, you see something new in it, and you get to continue to explore it in various levels over an extended period of time.”
Monumental changes have come to Santa Fe-based Meow Wolf since the local entertainment juggernaut opened its first out-of-state locations in Las Vegas, Nev., and Denver two years ago.
Even if you're not a proclaimed acolyte of Meow Wolf, architect of prodigious art playgrounds around the US, the gateway into their new space in Grapevine, Texas may look familiar. Called The Real Unreal and debuting July 14, you access through a two-story suburban home.
"Family-friendly, psychedelic art playground" is probably the best way to describe Meow Wolf at Grapevine Mills, but honestly, there are no words that could truly define what this place is. You need to come see it for yourself.
The portal is finally open. After more than a year of build-up, the immersive art sensation Meow Wolf opened its fourth location nationwide and first in Texas at Grapevine Mills mall on Friday, July 14.
Meow Wolf is opening at Grapevine Mills Mall July 14. It’s an interactive psychedelic art experience, unlike anything you have encountered. All locations are little bit different, but offer portals to a new world. The experience starts inside a traditional-looking home, until you are sent climbing into a washing machine.
The Real Unreal in Grapevine, the latest portal of Santa Fe-based Meow Wolf, boggles the mind and stretches the imagination. Beware you will find flashing lights, bright colors, moving parts, sensory overload, and a lot of cool stuff to see and experience in this immersive art installation that covers more than 30 rooms.
The former site of the Bed, Bath and Beyond at Grapevine Mills is leaning heavily into the great beyond with an otherworldly immersive art exhibition called “The Real Unreal” from Meow Wolf.
Before we begin, a strobe light disclaimer. Those prone to seizures or acid flashbacks should not proceed. Those uncertain about uncertainty should venture on with caution. The world we are about to enter, Meow Wolf’s newest location in the Grapevine Mills Mall, is not for the bland of heart.
The Arts Access team got an exclusive first look inside the new location before it opens next week. “The Real Unreal” exhibition takes place inside the home of a fictional multigenerational family and follows the story of the characters who live inside.
Meow Wolf has evolved from its scrappy origins as a series of arts collective pop-ups to become an artistic juggernaut and a millennial answer to Disney. The renowned entertainment company based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, launched a thousand imitations that have never quite lived up to their inspiration. Lucky for us, Meow Wolf finally came howling this way with a new art space in Grapevine.
Meow Wolf’s The Real Unreal is a psychedelic playground for adults and kids alike and its about to open in Grapevine, Texas.
Meow Wolf—a Santa Fe-based arts and entertainment company that creates jaw-droppingly immersive, interactive experiences that have been viewed by millions—cut the ribbon on its permanent installation in Grapevine today.
Creating immersive and interactive experiences that transport audiences into an alternate dimension, Meow Wolf is a unique way of experiencing art.
The new Meow Wolf in a Dallas-Fort Worth suburb in some ways harkens back to the House of Eternal Return, Meow Wolf’s first permanent exhibition in a onetime Santa Fe bowling alley.
Two of New Mexico’s most celebrated, community-focused organizations join forces once again to create an unforgettable evening of art and sport.
And if you want to get weird, there’s Meow Wolf, an interactive experience that bends and blows the mind with 70 rooms of immersive art.
Prepare to embark on a transformative journey into a realm of imagination and creative energy as Meow Wolf opens its doors to The Real Unreal in Grapevine, Texas. This mesmerizing, interactive artscape is set to captivate audiences and ignite the power of imagination like never before.
Located in a space called Area 15, about 10 minutes away from the strip. Omega Mart is a good way to spend many sensory-driven hours.
On Friday, July 14, the Meow Wolf multiverse will expand once again. “The Real Unreal” will open its doors in Grapevine, Texas, which marks the Santa Fe-based arts organization’s fourth permanent space.
A Meow Wolf exhibition is designed to feel familiar at first. But the sensation doesn’t last. We’re soon entangled in the unknown, and asked to venture into fantastical settings that erupt into a twisted fairy tale.
Get your pitchforks and torches ready, because a monster battle is headed for Cheesman Park. Well, not that kind of monster battle, but an epic face-off of the weirdest costumes and best dancing, all in the spirit of family fun. Meow Wolf, the Santa Fe-based interactive entertainment company that runs Meow Wolf Denver’s Convergence Station, is importing its popular Monster Battle event from Santa Fe for an Aug. 10 Colorado debut.
Meow Wolf, the Santa Fe-based arts and entertainment company, has just released a sneak peek at its upcoming North Texas exhibition, “The Real Unreal.” This new art installment is set to open its doors at the Grapevine Mills mall on July 14, 2023, a release says.
Meow Wolf has unveiled its new immersive art experience, The Real Unreal, in Grapevine, Texas ahead of the launch on 14 July.
The buzziest opening of summer is almost upon us: Meow Wolf will debut in Grapevine Mills on July 14. With just two weeks to go, we finally have an idea of what it might be like inside the "portal," thanks to five sneak-peek photos the organizers have revealed.
The Mile High City also has one of the most imaginative, unique places that appeals to people of all ages, called Convergence Station. Created by arts and entertainment company Meow Wolf, the 90,000-square-foot permanent exhibition is a must-visit if you happen to be in Denver in 2023.
Meow Wolf Grapevine’s “The Real Unreal” experiential art exhibition is opening on July 14 after years of preparation. To raise awareness—and offer prizes and free tickets—"interdimensional aerobic beings" known as Meow Wolf mall walkers will be popping up around Dallas-Fort Worth today through Monday.
A cast of 80s inspired neon suited performers will be at two iconic Fort Worth locales to promote the upcoming Grapevine Mills Mall interactive exhibit.
The immersive art experience known as Meow Wolf is coming to DFW this summer, opening at Grapevine Mills Mall on July 14. If you've somehow been able to avoid this news — if you've ignored stories such as this or this or this — well, you won't be able to avoid it any longer because they're sending their performers out among us, onto the streets of Dallas-Fort Worth.
Next month, the newest Meow Wolf installation opens and its location in the Dallas-Fort Worth area makes it the closest to Wichita of the brand’s four immersive, interactive art and technology experiences.
The art collective Meow Wolf worked with local architects to create a trippy “Convergence Station” on a wedge-shaped site beneath a busy interstate.
A couple of months ago there was some hubbub about Costco's Kirkland slide sandals. People were going crazy for them. I didn't understand the hype but let me tell you I stopped everything when I learned about a different breed of slides–ones with soles like egg cartons from Meow Wolf's Omega Mart!
Santa Fe-based arts mega-corporation Meow Wolf has announced that employees throughout its perma-installations in New Mexico, Colorado, Nevada and Texas have completed training that make its various locations Certified Autism Centers. The accreditation comes from the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards and aims to increase accessibility across the board in addition to the ongoing sensory-sensitive days already on offer.
Meow Wolf continues to get right what other ambitious endeavors ultimately couldn’t sustain in transporting people to other worlds. With three locations currently in operation, the immersive art collective is making way for more portals that depict a sort of future nostalgia of hope we can only work to make real in our multiverse.
Blooloop has been following the rise and rise of game-changing arts collective Meow Wolf for several years now. Over the past decade, we’ve watched Meow Wolf expand from its first permanent venue in Santa Fe, House of Eternal Return, and introduce new spaces in Las Vegas, at AREA15, and Denver, in the form of Convergence Station, with more installations to come.
The buzziest art event of the summer is Meow Wolf, an immersive experience that's been a sensation since it opened in Santa Fe. The first Texas edition (or "portal," as they call it), dubbed "The Real Unreal," promises to take guests on a journey through a Technicolor wonderland that blends more than 30 rooms' worth of storytelling, technology, and immersive art - much of it created by local artists.
A groundbreaking ceremony has been held for Meow Wolf’s upcoming exhibition, coming to Houston’s 5th Ward in 2024. Taking the phrase “paint the town” literally, the ceremony closed with Mayor Sylvester Turner and Meow Wolf CEO Jose Tolosa, and DealCo’s Jon Deal each spray painting the words “Meow Wolf” on the wall to mark its future location.
People sure are clucking about this one. A wacky Las Vegas “supermarket” has gone viral for its variety of odd merchandise, including seemingly tattooed poultry and special toothpaste purported to be for those who lift weights.
Meow Wolf Denver Convergence Station is a surreal and unique experience that you can’t afford to miss, especially if you love art like me. I find the place quirky and sometimes almost psychedelic because of the art exhibits that I’ve yet to experience anywhere else.
Good news for fans of immersive art experiences: Meow Wolf, the psychedelic playground for adults and kids alike, will open a location in Houston in 2024.
Houston, get ready for a new arts and entertainment center and experience right in the heart of the Fifth Ward. It's set to open next year and entertainment company "Meow Wolf" broke ground on their Houston location on Thursday. The company teamed up with the City of Houston to transform an old warehouse that was built in 1917 into an immersive and interactive artistic attraction.
Today, US-based arts and entertainment company Meow Wolf had a groundbreaking ceremony for its next exhibition, coming to Houston’s 5th Ward in 2024.
This surreal take on a well-known shrine of conspicuous consumption comes courtesy of art collective and entertainment company Meow Wolf as a way to promote its upcoming exhibit, “The Real Unreal,” opening this summer in a Texas-sized shopping plaza.
Inside Grapevine Mills sit five purple and white pyramid structures under the banner “Lærnü.” It’s a strange sight that makes several passersby pause. It’s Meow Wolf Grapevine’s first installation, a preview of what’s to come when the entire site opens in July.
Meow Wolf is a $42 million entertainment venue that will help revitalize a historic building built in 1917, located at 2117 Opelousas. It will feature multi-media art installations from local artists, art gallery spaces, restaurants and retail shops.
Meow Wolf redefines what an art exhibit can be, offering fully interactive and immersive experiences across several states. Meow Wolf’s name drew me in. I love the juxtaposition and contradiction built into such a simple phrase. I was asked several times by friends and family, what is Meow Wolf? I’m still not sure. After chasing its narrative across three states and spending hours in each exhibit, I can only hope to give you a brief glimpse into a seemingly infinite world.
With the plans for expansion hitting high gear in the next five years, Tolosa told the group that Santa Fe will remain the creative headquarters of the company.
Located in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, the Grapevine Mall will serve as an unexpected canvas for the latest exhibition. To promote the show, the collective enlisted Austin-based ad agency Preacher to work on an integrated campaign titled ‘Come Find Yourselfs At The Mall’.
‘Come Find Yourselfs at the Mall,’ says the campaign, which includes an OOH kiosk for a fake wellness brand.
Meow Wolf, an arts and entertainment company with locations in Santa Fe, Las Vegas, and Denver, has announced its North Texas location, named The Real Unreal, will open on Friday, July 14, 2023.
Meow Wolf isn't afraid to mess with Texas. What began as a scrappy Santa Fe art collective in 2008 with just eight founders — punk, renegade artists who had big dreams — became a global phenomenon after opening The House of Eternal Return in Santa Fe in 2016. Denver was announced as the next frontier for the group, but after a few delays, Las Vegas's Omega Mart opened before Denver's Convergence Station debuted in September 2021.
Meow Wolf has announced the opening date and name of its upcoming immersive art experience in Grapevine, Texas. Meow Wolf‘s fourth permanent exhibition is called ‘The Real Unreal’ and opens on 14 July at the Grapevine Mills shopping mall in the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex.
Arts and entertainment juggernaut Meow Wolf has announced the name of its eagerly awaited fourth location, opening in the Grapevine Mills mall near Dallas on July 14. Titled the Real Unreal, the 29,000-square-foot, immersive, interactive exhibition will feature more than 70 installations with work by more than 60 artists, all building on the existing Meow Wolf mythology.
A brand new permanent Meow Wolf "portal" is opening in North Texas this summer and tickets are now on sale. Meow Wolf is a unique national arts and entertainment company known for its immersive and interactive experiences aimed at transporting audiences of all ages into fantastical realms of story and exploration.
Meow Wolf invites you to “come find yourselfs” in the themed entertainment company’s newest permanent exhibition, The Real Unreal, opening July 14, 2023, in the Grapevine Mills Mall near Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas.
Meow Wolf announced Tuesday that the Dallas Fort-Worth location of its immersive art experience will open on July 14 at Grapevine Mills mall and will be named “The Real Unreal.”
The most anticipated arts event of summer in Dallas-Fort Worth now has an opening date: Meow Wolf will open Friday, July 14 at Grapevine Mills with the intriguing theme "The Real Unreal." Tickets are now on sale.
The fact that this 20,000-sq.-ft. labyrinth is backed by Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin should clue you in to its coolness. You’ll need to book tickets in advance, and select a date and time slot for entry, then line up outside a few minutes prior to your reservation.
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.
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If you’ve recently taken a trip to Las Vegas, Denver, or Santa Fe, it may have came up in your research or you may have just seen people sharing some of the most trippy Meow Wolf visuals online.
The mixed media painter is known for her vibrant murals. See what she’s bringing to the immersive art space this summer.
Meow Wolf's Vortex festival is returning to Denver this summer with a big lineup in tow. Live Nation has partnered with Meow Wolf for the second time for this year's festival, which returns August 25-27 at The JunkYard in Denver, a unique venue in the heart of the city. Attendees will again be treated to a plethora of high-profile DJ sets, experiential art and more.
Immersive art and entertainment company Meow Wolf has announced its lineup of local food and drink vendors ahead of its opening this summer inside Grapevine Mills. The café and retail store will be located at the front of the exhibit and offer grab-and-go products from 17 Texas-based and local vendors.
The Art of Meow Wolf Denver – Convergence Station is a uniquely immersive and interactive gallery with one of the quirkiest art experiences you’ll likely find. Spanning four floors, visitors are encouraged to touch and engage with the exhibits.
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