Want to explore the Denver art scene? Look no further! Denver is home to year-round art events in various vibrant and cultural art districts. This month, two exceptional digital exhibitions are coming to Mile High City. Meow Wolf Denver opened their doors on September 17, and the Original Immersive: Van Gogh Exhibit Denver is opening on September 30 to the public.
Meow Wolf is opening their third permanent exhibition, Convergence Station, which is an experience one should not miss. Three years in the making with art from 300 creatives (over 110 from Colorado) explore four stories, five large “anchor spaces” and 70 distinct rooms of exquisite digital art. As a permanent location, embrace a unique and mind-bending adventure of innovative storytelling on September 17. Please note that masks must be worn at all times and gaiters, bandanas, valved masks or any other masks the CDC does not recommend are not permitted (CDC recommended masks will be provided if necessary). They recommend arriving 15-20 minutes before your reservation and parking is $10 per vehicle all day. For more information and tickets, visit (here).
The Original Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit
Immersive Van Gogh is one of the most anticipated shows, and it is finally coming to Denver. The exhibition is a lifetime experience that consists of Van Gogh’s work in 500,000 cubic feet of projections. Step into the painting and explore the wonder of Van Gogh’s masterpieces in an immersive medium. The modern portrayal of the iconic artist in Lighthouse Denver is designed by Emmy Award-winning and Tony Award-nominated David Korins, creating a gallery unique to only Denver. For more information and tickets, visit (here) and learn about their safety protocols (here).
Denver’s expansive and entertaining art scene is elevating beyond the tangible level to new digital heights. Denver will be a hub of artistic creativity with Meow Wolf’s locally produced experience and Van Gogh’s modern interpretation through projections. Be sure to check out these events!