After being shut down last summer due to zoning issues and misrepresentation of building use, Knew Conscious is opening up its doors once again — and this time they’re expanding to a three-story building in the Golden Triangle District. 

Knew Conscious has been around for a decade, with founder Kurt Redeker envisioning a space that transcended the usual art gallery experience. Redeker honed in on the inclusion of community, music and visual art to create an immersive gathering of ideas that like-minded individuals could identify with. Art gallery by day, members-only dance party by night, Knew Conscious aimed to fulfill a hole within the Denver creative community.

Gallery Space / Courtesy of Knew Conscious

With the move comes a modernizing and streamlining of the concept Redeker holds dear. The new location will include a 500-capacity concert hall on the first floor, a gallery and lounge with a pop-up restaurant on the second floor and a rooftop patio on the third. The multi-functional space aims to be the essential social spot for artists and enthusiasts alike, creating a unifying experience for everyone willing to participate.

Photo Courtesy of Knew Conscious

The main takeaway besides the new location is the mandatory membership for all events held in the space. Knew Conscious will operate as a private club, incentivizing the average creative or industry member to take a walk on the exclusive side.

Their grand opening will go down on June 29 at 1134 North Broadway from 7 – 11 p.m. and is open to the public. The event will feature art pieces by Morten Andersen.  More details about the grand opening and membership rates coming soon.