Albuquerque Museum Evening for Adults aged 21-35

March 26, 2013 by  
Filed under Art & Entertainment, Arts, Events

The Albuquerque Museum of Art and History is looking for 36 men and women aged 21 to 35 to join them for a free evening event where you’ll give your ideas on the museum – it’s a chance to get your voice and thoughts heard and have a bit of fun in the process! Plus they’re giving out gift bags. Oh yes.

Update: March 29: Deal over! The survey has now been removed from the museum’s website, so they are presumably full and have stopped taking applications. I’ve removed the link in this post.

If you fill in a short survey at the Museum website, you might get invited to the free evening event on  Thursday, April 4.

The evening will include live music, wine and appetizers,  and discussions on the Museum’s exhibitions and programming. They’re looking for your ideas and input to attract people in the 21-35 age group to the museum!

According to a press release, those selected will be invited to arrive at 4:30 pm for a guided tour of the Deco Japan Shaping Art & Culture 1920-1945 exhibit. If you can’t make it to the museum that early, you can turn up for the main main part of the event from 5:15 – 7:30 pm.  This starts with live entertainment and refreshments while everyone completes a survey. Then they’ll split people up into small groups to brainstorm ideas for programs or exhibitions that would be of interest to this age group. Prizes will be awarded to the small group whose idea is voted the best.

Gift bags will be awarded to all participants. A grand prize drawing at the end of the evening will offer two tickets valued at $200 to the Albuquerque Museum Foundation martini event Shaken, Not Stirred, scheduled for April 12 at the Museum.

They’re really looking for people who’ve got “some knowledge” of the Albuquerque Museum, even if you only visit infrequently. And you have to be aged 21-35.




2 Responses to “Albuquerque Museum Evening for Adults aged 21-35”
  1. Tania says:

    Denise, it was right there on the page I linked to, but they’ve removed it now so I guess they filled up / stopped taking survey applications since I posted this on Tuesday. Sorry you missed it! I’ll change the post to indicate that applications are over.

  2. Denise says:

    hi there. i was trying to fill out the survey you were talking about but i cant seem to find it :c/ can you please help