| Original Artwork
| Limited Edition Reproductions
| Championship Schools
When will the auction be available for my school?
Check the schedule of auction start/end dates on our Championship Schools
page for each school's date. Each auction will be held on the official March Madness Art Collection auction site
and will be live for approximately 10 days.
Will all paintings for my school be open for bid the same day?
If a school has multiple championships, all paintings for each championship at that school will be open for bid and go on sale on the same day.
When will the limited edition reproductions be available for purchase?
The limited edition reproductions will be available the same day the auction starts for each school.
How do I sign in to bid on the artwork?
You will need to create login information on the official March Madness Art Collection auction site
. It requires that you input your credit card information to make a bid; however, your credit card will not be charged unless you are the highest bidder at the time the auction closes.
Are the credit card transactions on the website secure?
Yes, the credit card transaction is through a secured network and your personal information will not be shared with anyone.
Are the purchases tax-deductible?
Yes, your purchase is tax-deductible. Purchases of the original artwork, via the auction, are tax deductible if your winning bid is higher than the stated value of each piece of art. Each original piece of art is valued at $7,500. Documentation will be mailed to you after your purchase. Please speak with your tax consultant for further instruction.
How many coaches have won a national campionship?
There have been 47 coaches who have won this prestigious title over the past 75 years, with 24 coaches still living today. Of those 47 coaches, only 13 have won multiple NCAA national championships. Seven of those 13 coaches have managed to win back-to-back titles in consecutive years.
Who has the most championship wins?
Coach John Wooden of UCLA has the most wins of any coach in history. His teams won 10 national championships from 1964 - 1975, losing only two years during that run, in 1966 and 1974.