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Meow Wolf Denver opening as permanent exhibit in fall 2021

Meow Wolf Denver, the third permanent exhibit from Meow Wolf, is opening in fall 2021 with a café, retail space and interactive events venue.

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Meow Wolf Denver will feature art, portals and wormholes across various worlds created by many collaborating artists, as well as anchor spaces showcasing 79 projects.

The attraction will boast four floors of interactive exhibits connected via ‘vertical travel’ and ‘secret passageways’. There will also be retail space and F&B.

The live performance venue includes projections that change based on the movements of visitors, as well as a mural by Nate Gutierrez and a score by Cole Bee Wilson.

Secret passageways at Meow Wolf Denver

Meow Wolf teamed up with Moment Factory “to create an interactive experience that transforms the venue into an immersive space of discovery where guests can explore and influence the art around them”, said Alexandre Lupien, creative director at Moment Factory.

In addition, Meow Wolf Cafe will serve Denver cuisine and local F&B, while a gift shop spans 2,000 square feet and will sell more than 1,500 unique products.

“Our most ambitious project to date, the Denver exhibition is bound to bend minds, inspire creativity, and touch hearts when we open our doors this fall,” said Todd Richins, executive creative producer at Meow Wolf.

“From our partnership with artists and collaborators on the venue, to the retail and food spaces within our walls, Meow Wolf Denver is a one-stop immersive and imaginative art experience for the ages.”

Art, portals and wormholes opening in fall 2021

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Meow Wolf Denver’s opening comes after the launch of Meow Wolf’s Omega Mart at AREA15 in Las Vegas and the reopening of the House of Eternal Return in Santa Fe.

“From humble beginnings as an art collective in Santa Fe, Meow Wolf is proud to open our second permanent installation at AREA15 in Las Vegas,” said Jim Ward, Meow Wolf co-CEO.

Omega Mart features four themed areas and 60 unique environments, as well as interactive art, installation rooms, and portals to other worlds.

Images: Meow Wolf

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Bea Mitchell

Bea is a journalist specialising in entertainment, attractions and tech with 10 years' experience. She has written and edited for publications including CNET, BuzzFeed, Digital Spy, Evening Standard and BBC. Bea graduated from King's College London and has an MA in journalism.

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