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Immersion art startup Meow Wolf picks Denver to expand


SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Creators of a popular immersive art entertainment project in Santa Fe, New Mexico, announced Thursday a push into ... under a 20-year lease in partnership with Denver-based commercial real estate developer Revesco, which operates ...


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Tech Finance Politics Strategy Life All Tech Finance Politics Strategy Life All (function() { 'use strict'; // Notify the DFP code that a new ad has just been rendered amplify.publish('adRender'); }()); × From To You have successfully emailed the post. × Immersion art startup Meow Wolf picks Denver to expand Morgan Lee and Thomas Peipert, Associated Press Jan 4, 2018, 12:09 PM 18 facebook linkedin twitter email print SANTA FE, N.M(AP) — Creators of a popular immersive art entertainment project in Santa Fe, New Mexico, announced Thursday a push into a major metropolitan market with plans for an interactive exhibit and music venue on a wedge of highway-side property in an industrial neighborhood of downtown Denver. The for-profit arts company Meow Wolf said it will launch a new business venture to build a kaleidoscopic walk- and crawl-through exhibit for all ages, under a 20-year lease in partnership with Denver-based commercial real estate developer Revesco, which operates a nearby urban amusement park. A new five-story building, spanning an area larger than a football field, is scheduled for completion by early 2020, offering the offbeat public attraction near stadiums for Denver's major league sports teams, the Children's Museum of Denver and the city's Downtown Aquarium. The Denver venture will provide a major financial and creative test for Meow Wolf and its growing staff of about 200 artists, technicians and project developersCEO Vince Kadlubek describes them as the "corporate version of an art collective." He estimated overall investment will reach $30 million or more and compared it to the budget of a major motion picture. Meow Wolf plans to seek additional investors later this year, with an offering that could involve equity in the company or debt obligations or both. (function() { 'use strict'; // Notify the DFP code that a new ad has just been rendered amplify.publish('adRender'); }()); The company last year raised nearly $1 million by selling off-exchange shares to employees and small-scale internet investors to fuel its expansion and equip a manufacturing and video production facility in Santa Fe. In Santa Fe, the company has coined a new brand of family entertainment that combines eye-popping psychedelic design work — that lends itself to shared images on social media — with narrative storytelling. Artistic details of the Denver exhibit remained largely a mysteryIt will be three times the size of the Santa Fe project. ___ Peipert reported from Denver. More: Associated Press facebook linkedin twitter email print --> window._taboola = window._taboola || []; _taboola.push({mode:'thumbs-1r', container:'taboola-below-main-column', placement:'below-main-column'}); Recommended For You Powered by Sailthru Immersion art startup Meow Wolf picks Denver to expand Immersion art startup Meow Wolf picks Denver to expand SANTA FE, N.M(AP) — Creators of a popular immersive art entertainment project in Santa Fe, New Mexico, announced Thursday a push into a major metropolitan market with plans for an interactive exhibit and music venue on a wedge of highway-side property in an industrial neighborhood of downtown Denver. Recommended For You (function() { 'use strict'; // Notify the DFP code that a new ad has just been rendered amplify.publish('adRender'); }()); Disclaimer window._taboola = window._taboola || []; _taboola.push({mode: 'organic-thumbnails-e', container: 'taboola-right-rail-thumbnails', placement: 'Right Rail Thumbnails', target_type: 'video'}); (function() { 'use strict'; // Notify the DFP code that a new ad has just been rendered amplify.publish('); }()); window._taboola = window._taboola || []; _taboola.push({mode: 'ab_thumbnails-a_2x1', container: 'taboola-right-rail-thumbnails-2', placement: 'Right Rail Thumbnails 2nd', target_type: 'video'}); BI.dianomi.setConfigKey(true); BI.dianomi.init('US'); Featured This is why you should be buying gold More "The Bottom Line" » How Lin-Manuel Miranda's non-stop work ethic from a young age made 'Hamilton' one of the most successful musicals of all time More "Stay Hungry" » (function() { 'use strict'; // Notify the DFP code that a new ad has just been rendered amplify.publish('adRender'); }()); Associated Press Emails & Alerts Get the best of Business Insider delivered to your inbox every day. Sign-Up Get the Slide Deck from Henry Blodget's IGNITION Presentation on the Future of Media     Read Business Insider On The Go Available on iOS or Android amplify.publish('editorial-sidebar-loaded', 'editorial2'); Find A Job Tech Jobs C-Level Jobs Media Jobs Design Jobs Finance Jobs Sales Jobs See All Jobs » (function() { 'use strict'; // Notify the DFP code that a new ad has just been rendered amplify.publish('); }());

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