Below is a list of auction items available at this year’s Arty Party. Check back often to see new items as they become available.

 Live Auction Items
Silent Auction Items

Live Auction Items

Four Skybox Seats in the Deans’ Box
Alabama vs. University of Southern California, Sept. 3, 2016
Arlington, Texas

Skybox Seats

Coveted front row skybox seats, food, refreshments and lots of fun!
Courtesy of Dean Bob Olin

Weekend Getaway
Two box seat tickets in Bryant-Denny Stadium
Alabama vs. Kent State
Saturday, September 24, 2016
Two Nights at the College’s Beautifully Appointed Loft,
Downtown Tuscaloosa

Downtown Loft

An Arty Party exclusive.
Courtesy of Dean Bob Olin

Take the Family to the Gulf

Perdido Key

One week at the Perdido Grande, Terry Cove at Orange Beach, in a beautiful four bedroom,
three bath condo.
Courtesy of Mary Delchamps Reyner

Road Trip or Home Game with the Million Dollar Band


Fun ride on the bus, lodging, transportation, seats next to the band, and sideline access during halftime.
Courtesy of Professor Ken Ozzello, Director of Bands, School of Music

Conduct the Star Spangled Banner with The Million Dollar Band in front of 101,000 fans at a UA Game

Football vs. Tulane The Million Dollar Band plays to the crowd before the game begins.

Comes with free conducting lessons.
Courtesy of the Million Dollar Band

Your Choice of a One-Week Getaway to Montana or Destin


A two bedroom condo at The Murray Hotel in Livingston, Montana


Stay at Morgan Beach House for four in Destin, Florida at Crystal Beach, Gulf front; featured in Southern Living, with a fishing trip, hibachi at Harbor Docks and dinner at Camille’s.
Courtesy of Charles Morgan, Chuck’s Fish and Harbor Docks Restaurants

One Week on Lamar’s HUGE Digital Billboard, Tuscaloosa

Lamars Billboard

Your message will be up in lights for a week on Lamar Advertising’s blazing digital billboard at T-Town’s busiest intersection:
McFarland Blvd. and 15th Street
Courtesy of Lamar Advertising

History Meets High Tech at the Talladega Marksmanship Park

Day at the Range

A rare opportunity for two, novice or experienced shooters, to spend the day at America’s most modern marksmanship range shooting eight vintage rifles from a private collection. Personal coaching from the award-winning  Civilian Marksmanship Staff, transportation, ammunition, and lunch are included in the day trip.
Courtesy of E.C. Stone

Crimson Tide Press Box Talk with the Pros
Lunch with Eli Gold & Tom Roberts for Four

Bear Bryant Booth

Lunch for four in the Paul Bear Bryant Booth at Bright Star with “Voices of the Crimson Tide” Eli Gold and veteran Crimson Tide sportscaster Tom Roberts.
Courtesy of Jimmy Koikos

Raku Night Party for Eight with BBQ and Sides

UA Kiln

Enjoy a fun-filled Raku Night Party for eight at UA’s Ceramics Center and Kiln, catered by Full Moon BBQ.
Courtesy of the UA Art Department and Full Moon BBQ

Black Onyx and Diamond Earrings

Brombergs Earrings

Beautiful black onyx and diamond earrings made with 14 karat yellow gold.
Courtesy of Brombergs Jewelers

Private VIP Tour of Birmingham Museum of Art

Museum of Art

UA Art faculty experts will provide a private guided tour for up to 8 people at the Birmingham Museum of Art with catered refreshments.
Courtesy of Birmingham Museum of Art Curator and Bistro

Silent Auction Items

VIP Football Weekend
Alabama vs. Texas A&M, Oct. 22, 2016

Bryant Denny

Two tickets to the game, invitation to pre-game buffet at President’s Mansion,
and VIP parking pass near stadium.
Courtesy of Jim Brooks and President Stuart Bell

Crimson Collectible: Nick Saban Autographed Football

Nick Saban Autographed Football

Courtesy of Coach Nick Saban

Thai One On with Fly Fishing Expert, Liam Ward

Fly Fishing

Two-hour, hand tying lessons for fishing fly’s for four with fabulous Thai food from Ruan Thai Restaurant.
Courtesy of Liam Ward and Ruan Thai Restaurant

One-of-a-Kind Prints by University of Alabama Faculty

Suburban Sublime 19

Chis Jordan, Suburban Sublime #19, 2011, Archival Pigment Print of Photograph.
Frame Dimensions: 27″ x 36″        Print Dimensions: 20″ x 30″

Ablation Point

Chris Jordan, Ablation Point #189, 2009, Archival Pigment Print.
Frame dimensions: 25″ x 30″           Print dimensions: 18″ x 14″
Courtesy of Chris Jordan

Beautiful Locally Crafted Wooden Bowl

George Shelton Bowl 2

Hand turned bowl made from southern live oak wood grown in West Alabama.
Courtesy of artist George Shelton

Taste of Tuscaloosa

Taste of Tuscaloosa

A collection of gift certificates to T-Towns best restaurants: Hokkaido, Evangeline’s, Another Broken Egg, Steel City Pops, Taziki’s, Surin of Thailand, and Chuy’s.
Courtesy of the establishments

Countess Lily de Roussy de Sales Antique Shadow Box

Shadow Box

Containing heirlooms from the 19th Century Estate of French Countess Lily de Roussy de Sales, Chateau Thorens, Thorens-Gilieres, France.
Courtesy of John Cranton

Sapphire and Diamond Necklace

Hudsoon Poole necklace

Elegant sapphire and diamond necklace.
Courtesy of Hudson Poole Jewelers

African Necklaces and Monkey Bowl

African Necklaces and Bowl

Handcrafted African necklaces and monkey fruit lidded bowl.
Courtesy of Paula Quarles

“The Fast and the Furious” Autographed by Trent Richardson and Mark Ingram

The Fast and the Furious

Limited edition print.
Courtesy of T-Town Gallery

Exclusive “President’s Mansion” by Nall

President's Mansion The University of Alabama by Nall

Limited edition signed and autographed print.
Courtesy of artist Nall

Solid Silver Elephant Cufflinks

Elephant Cuff Links

Eye-catching solid silver, hand cast elephant cufflinks for him. Hand-stamped by the artist, Jason Maida of Houston, TX.
Courtesy of Dr. John Cranton

Etching of Chartres Cathedral 1948

Chartres Cathedral

Original etching of Chartres Cathedral 1948 in New Orleans by John Taylor Arms. A book about John Taylor Arms is included as well.
Courtesy of Dr. John Cranton

Beautiful Flower Painting by Sarah Rakes

Marsha Webber

“Fresh Cut Wildflowers on a Tabletop” painting by Sarah Rakes at Marcia Weber Art Objects.
Courtesy of Connie J. Morrow

Drawing of Harpers Weekly

Hapers Weekly

Large intricate drawing of Harpers Weekly, July 18, 1887. Drawn by Charles Graham in Montgomery, AL.
Courtesy of Connie J. Morrow

Root Vase by UA Art Faculty Member Matt Mitros

Root Vase

Stoneware Root Vase, 2015.
Courtesy of Faculty Artist Matt Mitros