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Meow Wolf Denver could change Colorado’s tourism, art scene

Meow Wolf Denver, which opens its 90,000-square-foot new building on Sept. 17, may quickly become one of the city’s top-selling attractions and tourist magnets, if past installations in Santa Fe and Las Vegas are any guide.

With a projected million-plus visitors annually, according to the company, Meow Wolf’s Denver facility could also reshape the city and state’s beleaguered arts economy. The work of 120 Colorado artists — along with 200 in-house writers, sculptors, painters, designers and fabricators — makes up the Denver installation’s dreamlike sculptures, brightly colored environments and interactive, high-tech tableaus.

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How To Change into A Each day Painter And Do A Painting A Day

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Embracing Change: Explore the transformation of the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — The Asian Art Museum tells the vital story of Asian art from prehistory to the present, bringing diverse voices together to engage and enlighten. Immerse yourself in rich art experiences that honor Asian culture through world-class collections, programs, and exhibitions.

“The Asian Art Museum is the place where Asian art and culture comes to life, from ancient masterpieces to the cutting-edge expression of the contemporary artist,” states Dr. Jay Xu, Director and CEO of the Asian Art Museum.

In 1966, The Asian Art Museum opened its doors to the public. From the beginning, the comprehensive art

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Covid created new opportunities, lasting change in arts and culture (Guest Opinion by Travis Newton)

Travis Newton is associate professor and director of Arts Administration at Le Moyne College, in Syracuse.

Covid-19 has altered our landscape forever, with deaths recently topping 600,000 in the United States. Millions have been sickened, lives have been upended, and the virus has expanded societal gaps that were too large to begin with. Whether instigated by Covid-19, the shifting priorities of funders or their own recognition of the need to address inequities, arts leaders are listening to their communities. Many recognize that it’s no longer enough for arts organizations to be good — they must also do good.

At a

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