It's time to inspire new and different conversation around mental well-being.

Join us, January 22nd, for Austin's official

"Hi, How Are You?" Day 

 
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Mission

However people are, whatever THEY are dealing with, you could be the turning point in that moment. Sometimes people just need to be HEARD.

We all have times in our life when we need support. In this moment you can be that lifeline for someone. Our goal is shifting the mental well-being conversation from the clinical to the personal; empowering each one of us to stand with others who are in crisis or just need to talk. 

 

 
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“When I'm down, really down.  Nothing matters, nothing does.

Please hear my cry for help and save me from myself.”

Daniel Johnston  |  Peek a boo

 
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"Hi, How Are You?" Day

A Celebration of Music, Art & Mental Well-being

On January 22, we invite you to ask your friends, family, co-workers and loved ones -- "Hi, how are you?" You probably say that a lot, but this time, we want you to really mean it.  "How are you really doing today? Are you okay?" Just by listening, being curious, standing in compassion and empathy, you can be the catalyst in changing a person's life. 

Join us for an evening of visual, audio and social festivities at The Mohawk . Music by Moving Panoramas (featuring Laurie Gallardo), Kathy McCarty, Cowboy Diplomacy, Jane Ellen Bryant, Will Courtney, Leslie Sisson with Josh T. Pierson and Jonathan Terrell. Art from Daniel JohnstonDavid Thornberry, Jason Archer, Miguel Rangel, and Matthew Rodriguez.

EVENT DETAILS: 

January 22 (Daniel Johnston's birthday!) at The Mohawk, 912 Red River Street, Austin, TX.

VIP Reception at 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Show starts at 8:00 PM

VIP EXPERIENCE: $50 VIP tickets grant exclusive early access to the art sale, complimentary drinks and and bites by Frank. 

GENERAL ADDMISSION: $10 in advance / $15 day of show

ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE "HI, HOW ARE YOU?" AND SIMS FOUNDATIONS http://simsfoundation.org/. 

**EXTRA SPECIAL THANKS** to Daniel, Dick and Drew Johnston, Louis Black, Austen Bailey Mohawk Venue Manager and support staff, Erica Shamalay Division Manager, Music & Entertainment Division, Economic Development Department at the City of Austin, Heather Alden Executive Director of SIMS Foundation, Jim Ritts CEO and Executive Director of Austin Theatre Alliance, Musicians: Moving Panoramas (featuring Laurie Gallardo), Kathy McCarty, Cowboy Diplomacy, Jane Ellen Bryant, Will Courtney, Leslie Sisson with Josh T. Pierson and Jonathan Terrell, Artists: Jason Archer, David Thornberry, Miguel Rangel, Matthew Rodriguez and Michael Sieben, Frank, High Brew Coffee and Jerry's Artarama.

 
 
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be the change in someone's life

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