Map of Enchantment

Information about the the One Albuquerque Move Map of Enchantment public art scavenger hunt.
A coloring page with three skeletons, a decorative border and the words The Map of Enchantment Vol. 1 outlined in black.

Get your own copy of the Map of Enchantment then join us for a scavenger hunt! Using the free, hand-drawn map as a guide, scour historic Albuquerque neighborhoods for incredible public art installations. Use your own artistic judgement to color in the map's local and beloved buildings, landmarks, and nature.

Community Scavenger Hunts

The City will host three community scavenger hunts to celebrate the launch of the Map of Enchantment.

  • Saturday, Sept. 17, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., UNM area
  • Saturday, Sept. 24, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Nob Hill area
  • Saturday, Oct. 1, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Downtown area

Follow Family & Community Services and City of Albuquerque Instagram accounts for a riddle released on the Friday prior to each event and clues on the day of each event.

fcsabq Instagram | oneabq Instagram

Riddle for the October 1 Scavenger Hunt is Now Available!

Your location is scrambled in the numbers down below
The area is PRIME and the SILVER steals the show
You will find us in the parking lot
With our faces far from GRIM
Mention the word LOMAS
And a prize is what you’ll win

Get Your Map

Pick up your free, printed wall map starting on Sept. 8, 2022 at the following locations during regular business hours.

Public Art

With nearly 1000 works around Albuquerque, there is so much to see! Learn more about City of Albuquerque public art.

About the Map

The ONE ABQ MOVE “Map of Enchantment” was created through a grant from the National Conference of Mayors received in 2020. The map is designed to meet the grant goal of fighting childhood obesity in a fun and creative way by encouraging kids, teens, and families to explore Route 66 in search of public art.

City of Albuquerque teen interns were the catalysts for the idea of these scavenger hunts. The interns were engaged in the facilitation and execution of the City’s Youth Connect program Teen Nights in the summer of 2019 and culminated their internship with a presentation on how to engage youth in Albuquerque. Due to the pandemic, plans for the map and scavenger hunts were slightly derailed, but Youth Connect is excited to launch this program in September 2022!

A coloring page with buildings, balloons, cars, animals, skeletons, clouds, and the words Downtown, University of New Mexico, and Nob Hill outlined in black.


A coloring page with the shape of the state of New Mexico and many native NM animals outlined in black.


About the Map Artists

Dante Tsuzuki - Map & CoversA photo of a man kneeling.

Dante is a New Mexican born, Asian American designer, with a passion for textiles and marketing. Dante received a BFA concentrated in graphic and fashion design from the University of Michigan. Growing up in New Mexico, Dante has been exposed to the value of different cultural approaches and brings those same values into his multimedia design. Being Japanese-American, Dante’s art is informed in part by his awareness of race dynamics in this country, and by social and political injustices.

Ann Gleason - Critters of New MexicoA image of a woman wearing glasses.

Ann was born in Frankfurt Germany but is a true Albuquerque denizen at heart, having spent all of high school, college, and her entire professional career in the city. After attending college at CNM and double majoring in graphic design and web technology, she began her career in graphic design but quickly expanded her professional eye to marketing, social media, and CMS support. She has had the wonderful opportunity to lend her illustration skills to projects during her creative career, including the Critters of New Mexico design.

Featuring just a small sampling of the important wildlife that calls New Mexico home, Critters of New Mexico seeks to both educate and delight. What's your favorite Critter of New Mexico?