In two years, the House has transformed Meow Wolf from a cadre of broke creatives into a 400-employee-strong organization with a fundraising clip on par with tech startups — and a shot at upending the art and entertainment industries as we know them.
Creatives on the coasts will claim through omission that nothing culturally significant happens in the Mountain Time Zone. Of course they’re right (don’t question it)–save for one critical oversight… an extraordinary Santa Fe success story called Meow Wolf.
The first stages of Meow Wolf’s Corporate Social Responsibility Plan will focus on community, artists, the environment and an inclusive economy, Padilla said. That includes a 90 percent ADA accessibility rate, priority hiring for local residents as well as women and people of color and a goal of 30 percent of its energy generated from renewable sources.
Riders who journey on Meow Wolf’s Kaleidoscape will be transported to other-worldly motion, deep sound, wild color and interactive moments that create an immersive world around you. This intriguing attraction will be the first artist-driven dark ride the world has ever seen.
Just two years, four months and three days after it opened, Meow Wolf welcomed Longoria, Garcia, 38, and seven of their children as the millionth visitors to the immersive art exhibit, the House of Eternal Return, said John Feins, Meow Wolf vice president for communications.
According to Buzzfeed it is New Mexico’s top Instagrammed location. Since opening, over a million visitors have enjoyed Meow Wolf. The zany art installation employs more than 300 full-time and part-time “creatives.”
I’m a firm believer that if you ever have enough money in your bank account for a plane ticket, you should seriously consider a trip to Meow Wolf in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Forget Disneyland, forget the Grand Canyon, and forget Las Vegas…
Mikey Rae’s Talent Show is centered around a 16-part, digital animated series of thirty-second episodes based on Mikey’s art and characters famously seen in the long hallway outside Meow Wolf’s award-winning House Of Eternal Return. The characters come to life, in classic Rae hilarity, to offer quirky wisdom and catch phrases born to be viral.
Meow Wolf is trying something new this summer by putting on a music festival. The Santa Fe-based art group is planning what it calls a “music experience” in Taos with a unique meow wolf twist of course.
Over 300,000 viewers tuned in to the Score Wars action that saw the best of the best come together and compete across two days of competitive play, the pro-level competition eventually saw New Zealand’s Andrew Barrow triumph over USA’s Armando Gonzales…
The creative powerhouse that’s blown hundreds of thousands of minds and raked in megabuck profits and has already expanded its maximalist perturbations of reality to Denver and Las Vegas, is coming to Austin.
For the second time since opening, the “House of Eternal Return” – a surreal set of rooms inhabited by a fictional family whose strange story is hidden in the details – closed its doors for about two weeks of renovations and creation of new spaces.
More surprising—yes more surprising than all that—is that visitors are encouraged to explore: to touch whatever they want, to rifle through papers, look in the fridge, find the combination to the safe and see what’s inside.
Meow Wolf Las Vegas will have some of the same creative backers as Meow Wolf Santa Fe, including “Game of Thrones” author George R.R. Martin, who owns the former bowling alley that holds the “House of Eternal Return,” the name for the Santa Fe exhibit.
Creators of a popular immersive art entertainment project in Santa Fe, New Mexico, on Thursday announced a push into a major metropolitan market with plans for an interactive exhibit and music venue in downtown Denver.
Through Bienville Capital, Meyercord has invested in initiatives like Artspace, which provides housing subsidies to creatives, and he nodded to Meow Wolf, an immersive installation in Santa Fe, New Mexico, which was developed through a collaboration among local artists, as a venture that could benefit from venture funding.
During the weekend of September 22 to 24, as part of the Life is Beautiful festival, Artists from Meow Wolf collaborated with artists from Las Vegas to create a temporary set of installations in Las Vegas’ abandoned Art Motel.