More participants than ever passed through the doors of Meow Wolf Santa Fe in 2019. Take a look back on our shared creative experience through these social media posts from the past year.
The Santa Fe-based artist's exhibition, Rainbow Eater, is currently showing at form & concept from now through Jan. 25 with special events this weekend!
From funding small-scale arts spaces to raising environmental awareness and increasing transparency in social initiatives, this was our year in community impact.
When Meow Wolf first started we began as an artist collective. Hiring artists, fostering community betterment, and operating environmentally were core values that built us. Now, we’re officially one of a handful of B-Corps operating in the state of New Mexico. We’re humbled and honored to join Taos Ski Valley and Positive Energy Solar in this group. We are all businesses seeking to ‘do well by doing good’ in our communities.
Meow Wolf is run by artists, yes!, and in the spirit of that we’re constantly looking for ways to pi
They’re all lined up and are descending, row by row. The 10 Legacy Champs who’re slated to set world records this weekend are, at this moment, bearing down on Santa Fe and Meow Wolf’s House of Eternal Return for the First Annual Score Wars:
Starting this Wednesday evening we’re honoring our New Mexico neighbors with discounts for locals. You're all familiar with our discounted days for New Mexico residents on the second Sunday of each month, but we're also aware that not everyone, nor every family can make it on Sunday. To reflect this we're kicking off a program we like to call New Mexico Nights!
Art is important, but what’s more important is people making art. That’s why we jumped in as title sponsor when we heard about Denver’s Paper Fashion Show.
There’s something about sticking to this dimension that doesn’t quite work for us. Nor does it for Oakland-based artist Madeleine Tonzi, who returned to her hometown of Santa Fe to create a mural during Meow Wolf’s annual exhibition.
When I get hold of him in May, Diego Mireles Duran is in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico working on a mural as part of a ongoing project in the town. He's been on the move lately as part of his artistic process. In January and February, Diego was at House of Eternal Return working on a mural
Carlos Muñoz was 10 years old when he saw his first lowrider: a blue car with custom designs. “It just caught my eye,” he says. “At that moment, I knew I wanted to be a lowrider when I grew up.”