The IGCRI produced the organization's first art project, the InterGalactic Ambassadors exhibitions. 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 serving as icons for the New Mexico Lottery, the collective was brought together in September 2016 for a sacred geometry installation to shed their corporate image and reconnect with their origin stories. The figurines then connected with artists throughout the southwest and were transmogrified in partnership with the artist into their true beings ~ InterGalactic Ambassadors. The InterGalactic Ambassadors were then reunited 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 were then celebrated with a family-friendly intergalactic party during the "Rise and Try to Imagine the Galaxies" event also held at the Albuquerque Balloon Museum. Several weeks later, by invitation, most of the InterGalactic Ambassadors participated in the Spaceport America Race and Open House. Over the past two years, Ambassadors have made various appearances at special events bringing joy and diplomatic messages to children and adults. Several have found permanent homes throughout the southwest at homes or places of business. The final appearance of the remaining InterGalactic Ambassadors will take place in June 2019 at the InterPlanetary Festival, Santa Fe, NM. Check out the IGCRI events page for more details on the final exhibit and how you can adopt an Ambassador. For a complete listing of the InterGalactic Ambassadors please visit ArtAttendant.com and search for “other” in the category field.