11 Facts About Meow Wolf


Meow Wolf is an American arts and entertainment company that creates large-scale interactive and immersive art installations.

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Meow Wolf is the entertainment industry's sole certified B corporation.

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Meow Wolf started in 2008 as a collection of nonestablishment artists whose first large-scale venture was The Due Return, a more than 70-foot-long, two-story ship exhibited at the Center for Contemporary Arts.

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In 2016 Meow Wolf opened their first permanent installation, House of Eternal Return, built by a collective of 135 artists in Santa Fe.

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In January 2018, Meow Wolf announced that it would be opening two new art complexes in Las Vegas and Denver.

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Meow Wolf announced the same year a permanent exhibition in Washington DC.

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Meow Wolf temporarily laid off some 200 employees and placed another 56 place on furlough.

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In 2022, they ratified their contract with Meow Wolf calling for $1 million to go towards wage increases, where each artist gets paid no less that $60,000 annually, at exhibition workers at least $18 an hour.

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In January 2018, Meow Wolf announced that it would open its second interactive art installation in Las Vegas, Nevada as the anchor attraction at a new retail, art and entertainment complex called AREA15.

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In January 2018, Meow Wolf announced plans for a permanent installation in downtown Denver, Colorado, located at I-25 and Colfax Ave.

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Meow Wolf replied to the backlash in an instagram post, stating that they "stood with marginalized people and that include LGBTQIA communities and women" and that their presence in Texas was explicitly to provide that support.

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