The Meow Wolf universe continues to expand.
The Santa Fe-based arts collective announced that its third permanent installation, “Convergence Station,” will open in Denver on Sept. 17.
According to Meow Wolf, “Convergence Station” is the first stop on a quantum journey of exploration and discovery as passengers traverse new worlds. Meow Wolf already operates “House of Eternal Return” in Santa Fe and “Omega Mart” in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Meow Wolf has worked with more than 110 Colorado-based collaborating artists and more than 200 internal artists for over three years to bring the 79 unique projects within “Convergence Station” to life. The cost for “Convergence Station” is at $60 million.
The exhibition is at the intersection of nterstate 25, West Colfax Avenue and Auraria Parkway in Denver. It will employ more than 150 and includes a 450-person music venue and cafe.
Notable collaborating artists working on this project include Kalyn Heffernan, Christopher Nelson, Everything is Terrible!, Molina Speaks, Sofie Birkin, along with Moment Factory and many others.
“Denver’s art scene is active and vibrant, making it the perfect place for our next exhibition,” said Chadney Everett, Executive Creative Director of Meow Wolf Denver, in a statement. ” ‘Convergence Station’ is Meow Wolf’s third permanent immersive experience, and it will truly change the way you look at art. This exhibition is unlike anything you’ve ever seen. … from The Swamp to The Cathedral — there’s a strong narrative to be uncovered should you choose, alongside truly mind-bending art from the many talented creatives that have worked so hard to bring the vision to life. We can’t wait for everyone to explore.”
Convergence Station will be open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and 10 a.m. to midnight Friday-Saturday.
Tickets are available for pre-purchase for $45 for general admission, $40 children/seniors/military, and $35 for Colorado residents.
Visitors are required to prebook a time slot for entry at meow.wf/denver-tix.