Reader contest: Win tickets to USEA’s Noche de Arte in Lima


If you love good art and good times, the Noche de Arte is the event for you. Peru’s largest art sale and exhibition is coming up, and we have tickets that we’d like to share with our readers.

There are two ways to win:

1. For a chance to win two tickets to Noche de Arte for the night (7:00 pm – 11:00 pm) of Friday, Oct. 18, send us your best photo that you’ve taken in Peru. The editorial team at Peru this Week will pick their favorites and announce winners on Oct. 15. Winners will be asked to come to the office to pick up their tickets. We’ll publish a slideshow of the winning pictures later in the month. The photo can be of anything Peruvian– a tourist attraction, a delectable dish, a beautiful landscape– but we do ask that it be a photo that you have taken yourself.

You can send us your pictures via the Living in Peru or Peru this Week Facebook pages. If you don’t have a Facebook account, but would still like to enter the contest, please e-mail your photo to

2. For a chance to win two tickets for the Noche de Arte exhibition on the afternoon (2:00 pm – 7:00 pm) of Sunday, Oct. 20, comment below to tell us which museum in Lima is your favorite and why. We’ll draw randomly from the commenting pool, and each winner will be given two tickets for Oct. 20’s Noche de Arte. As with the photo contest, we’ll announce winners on Oct. 15 and ask that you come to the Peru this Week office to pick up your prize.

The USEA Noche de Arte will be held at the Sede Principal de BBVA Continental at 3055 Av. República de Panamá.

Happy commenting and good luck!Photo contest and drawing for a chance to win two tickets to Peru’s biggest art sale and exhibition.



Rachel Chase

Rachel Chase is a proud born-and-bred Minnesotan who’s moved to Lima after graduating from Gustavus Adolphus College with a double major in Spanish and Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Studies. During her junior year of college, Rachel studied in Peru and loved it so much that she just had to come back. As well as being a dedicated News Editor, Rachel plays the ukulele and sings, as well as trying to devour as many books as she can.