The IGCRI is pleased to announce the organization's first art project, the InterGalactic Ambassadors Project. The project began in late summer 2016 with the rescuing efforts of 75+ fiberglass figurines headed for the landfill. Having been "on-duty" at various retail locations around New Mexico, the collective was brought together in September 2016 for a sacred geometry installation. Since then, most of the figurines have connected with artists throughout the southwest to be transmogrified into their true beings ~ InterGalactic Ambassadors. As of early February, several "nude" Ambassadors are still awaiting to connect with their artist - there's still time to participate!. Artists who are interested in revealing an Ambassador's true nature can contact to arrange for contact. (Unfortunately, shipping them does not work-we tried, so only local artists, or those who can transport an Ambassador themselves are eligible.) The InterGalactic Ambassadors will reunite in the same sacred geometry configuration at sunset on Wednesday, March 15, 2017 for the 64th Annual World Contact Day celebration at the Anderson Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum. They will then be celebrated and auctioned on Saturday, March 18th, 2017 during the "Rise and Try to Imagine the Galaxies" family friendly event also at the Albuquerque Balloon Museum. Check out the events page for details.