NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Dubuque is hosting a debut music, art, and mental health awareness event, A Work in Progress on Saturday, April 9, 2022, at historic Steeple Square in Dubuque. The evening begins at 6 PM with a social hour, light appetizers from 1st & Main, and a one-of-a-kind art viewing.
This unique classical concert and friendraising event brings Andrzej Kozlowski, Polish classical pianist and composer, specializing in the works of Fryderyk Chopin. After the social hour and opening remarks from board chair, Britni Farber, Kozlowski will be performing a 60-minute classical piano concert to raise awareness for NAMI Dubuque.
After the classical concert, NAMI Dubuque will host an art auction made possible by artists Allison Poster and Britni Farber and select prints from a private art collection. The evening will conclude with a ‘fund-a-need’ giving opportunity.
Tickets are available online at NAMIDubuque.org/events. For those who cannot attend the event, but are interested in supporting brain health initiatives from NAMI Dubuque may donate online at NAMIDdubuque.org/donate.
Our awareness event would not be possible without the sponsorships from the Joey McNamer & Bruce Lenocker Memorial Funds.