Get ready for another inspiring event!
Each year during Sexual Assault Awareness Month, we are joined by artists, supporters, volunteers, and survivors for this event to raise funds for the Center for Safety and Empowerment. The 2023 Concealed Revealed Art Auction will take place on Saturday evening, April 1st, at the Historic Jayhawk Theatre in downtown Topeka. This will be our first fully in-person Concealed Revealed event since 2019, and we’re looking forward to being together again for an evening of art, advocacy, and storytelling!
Date: Saturday, April 1st
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Location: The Historic Jayhawk Theatre
Tickets and Tables: Early bird tickets are $65 per person and will be available until March 3rd. After March 3rd, the regular ticket price is $75. You can also purchase a table of eight.
Preview: Join us at Leaping Llamas Art Studio for a preview of Concealed Revealed art starting March 3rd for the First Fridays Art Walk.
Art has the power to change lives.
Art has the power to foster healing, promote connection, and change lives. The support and generosity of supporters like you helps us do the same through the work done at the YWCA Center for Safety and Empowerment–where we provide free and confidential services to victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence, stalking, and human trafficking in Northeast Kansas.
In 2022, we were able to raise over $22,000 and crucial awareness of our services. Since last year’s event, we have been able to provide direct services to over 700 victims and survivors, including 24/7 crisis hotline services. We see the need for our critical services each day and are only able to provide ongoing survivor services with vital support from the community.
Concealed Revealed is the only major fundraising event that specifically supports the YWCA Center for Safety and Empowerment. Your support makes critical survivor services and lifesaving outreach, prevention, and education possible in Shawnee, Jackson, Wabaunsee and Brown counties.