An Immersive Art And Entertainment Attraction Highlighting The ‘Bizarre, Mysterious And Often Hilarious Nature Of Consumer Culture’ Thrives During Covid Recovery

Some businesses have been more affected by the Covid-19 pandemic than others. While on-line commerce has thrived, in person activities such as visiting a restaurant, bar or movie theater have continued to face an uneven recovery.

Previously I have written about how an interactive arts space, Santa Fe-based Meow Wolf which operates the House of Eternal Return, was dealing with the challenges of Covid. As an immersive arts and entertainment exhibition built around interactive experiences, mysterious and magical worlds and features such as slides and secret passageways, social distancing guidelines were particularly challenging for such a business to meet. Meow Wolf was guided by its deep social mission and identity as a B Corp in how it handled

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