Thu, Feb 28th, 5:30pm - 8:30pm
10 Thousand Design
400 N 1st Ave Ste 600, Minneapolis MN 55401

Meow Wolf is a collective of over 300 creators bonded by a passion for art across a variety of media, including architecture, sculpture, painting, photography, video production, cross-reality (AR/VR/MR), music, audio engineering, narrative writing, costuming, performance, and more. Meow Wolf champions otherness, weirdness, challenging norms, radical inclusion, and the power of creativity to change the world. 

Meow Wolf’s first permanent installation, the THEA Award-winning House of Eternal Return, launched in March 2016 with support from Game of Thrones creator, George R.R. Martin. Inside, guests discover a multidimensional mystery house with secret passages, portals to magical worlds, and an expansive narrative amidst surreal, maximalist, and mesmerizing art exhibits. Located in Santa Fe, HOER features a children’s learning center, a cafe and bar, and a highly-rated music venue.

AIGA MN along with 10 Thousand Design will host a FREE private screening of “Meow Wolf: Origin Story”— a high-adrenaline documentary that follows the seven eclectic founding members and hundreds of volunteers as they struggle with fracture, loss, success, and failure over a decade, while constantly redefining themselves and what art can really be. The film is an artistic explosion in and of itself, throwing down a kaleidoscope of color, sound, and music that brings this crazy, highly inspiring ride to life.

  • Meow Wolf screening followed by panel
  • Screening starts at 6:15 pm.
  • Lite snacks, beer, and wine

10 Thousand Design
400 N 1st Ave Ste 600
Minneapolis, MN 55401

FREE Screening – Registration Required

Meow Wolf - TV Tunnel in The House of Eternal Return
TV Tunnel in The House of Eternal Return – from “Meow Wolf: Origin Story”


Contact Leadership

Ted Kusio
Ted Kusio
Director of Alliances
A relative newbie to MN (almost four years!), Ted Kusio is, or has been, a Creative Director, Interactive Designer/Developer, Mechanical/Aerospace Engineer, TV Critic and Professor. He designed a record-breaking presentation for Vogue magazine; animated effective online ads for The New York Times paywall; directed a Flash agency’s creative and technical evolution to HTML; and made web sites, web apps, presentations, online ads, videos, motion graphics and other digital content for other big names you’ve heard of (DDB, Macy’s, The Discovery Channel, Estée Lauder) and some you haven’t.

At AIGA MN he’s been a member of the Diversity and Inclusion and Design Camp committees, helps his wife run The Redeeming Time Project, draws impossible people, and explores the many flavors of creativity available in the Twin Cities.