Meow Wolf—a Santa Fe-based arts and entertainment company that creates jaw-droppingly immersive, interactive experiences that have been viewed by millions—cut the ribbon on its permanent installation in Grapevine today.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony for “The Real Unreal” exhibition at Grapevine Mills mall featured Grapevine Mayor William Tate and Meow Wolf CEO Jose Tolosa.
The exhibition will open Friday morning at 9:30 a.m. for its first-ever (“sold out”) ticketed public visitors.
‘A journey through a technicolor wonderland’
Meow Wolf says its Grapevine exhibition is “a journey through a technicolor wonderland that blends storytelling, technology, and immersive art.” Different dimensions of perspective and creativity will be on display through more than 30 rooms of “multidimensional art and compelling narrative.”
“When participants step into The Real Unreal, they start a cosmic odyssey where surprises await around every corner, and each discovery sparks its own story,” Meow Wolf SVP and Executive Creative Director Dale Sheehan said in a statement in May. “Every element in the exhibition weaves together a tapestry of characters, stories, and worlds. The creative energy of The Real Unreal extends beyond the physical, and leads to a potential unlimited host of cosmic side-effects.”
For more information, including how to get tickets, you can go here.
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