Get to know the musicians and collaborating artists performing at Meow Wolf's 3-day event in Denver || Nov 22, 23, 24
In partnership with Denver's Arts and Venues pledge of $20,000 to support DIY spaces in its own city, Meow Wolf is proud to announce $20,000 of matching funds specifically directed towards two of Denver's most beloved DIY spaces
A few weeks ago we ran the first part of our West Coast Road Trip series. Admittedly, it was California-heavy so we expanded it. We’re back this week with additional weirdness from Oregon and Washington.
Zines are having a moment, as evidenced by the large and enthusiastic crowd at the 2018 Denver Zine Fest.
From his booth at Denver Zine Fest 2018, Denver artist Derek Knierim discusses the world of his comic, "Manifest: Future," and the challenges and rewards of self-publishing.
Since 1986, the Colorado Black Arts Festival has provided a unique space to display various forms of rich and local artistic expression -- from drum-rich dance performances to colorful cultural installations. This year the art showcased the theme, “The Art of Knowing”. Many pieces highlighted the history of Black culture in Denver, this included critiquing the continued erasure of the historically Black neighborhood, Five Points, into the new hipster haven.
The Denver Days initiative has commenced each first week of August since 2013 to celebrate the strength of Denver communities. This year’s Denver Days gathering took place in Sun Valley and evoked the warm type of neighborhood engagement Mr. Rogers was hopeful for.
Nothing says punk like Seventh Circle, a music venue and DIY space in Denver that has transformed the lives of young musicians and participants since 2012.
Meow Wolf will be partnering with Elitch Gardens Theme Water Park, our new neighbor near Meow Wolf Denver, to bring an innovative, alluring and sensational new art ride to Denver in April 2019.
Recently, I attended a Community Advisory Committee meeting at the Sun Valley Community Kitchen for <a href="https://denver.meowwolf.com/" target="_bl
reflecting on the past year, we have the opportunity to examine where we’ve succeeded in giving back and where we have room to grow. Generally, we’ve approached community outreach through sponsorships, offered programs, and partnerships with established organizations. A large piece of this puzzle is our DIY Fund, a funding project to which anyone nationally can submit.