Diamonds and Denim Auction 2022
Auction Ends: Oct 22, 2022 09:00 PM EDT
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The Online Auction will close

October 22, at 9:00 PM

during our Celebration of the Arts Gala.


Tickets are available through Friday, October 14!

Please register and bid.

Proceeds go to HANCOCK COUNTY ARTS in order to support OUR MISSION:

Hancock County Arts will provide leadership for the creative community by encouraging, celebrating, and promoting arts and culture throughout Hancock County.  

Auction items range from Autographed Colts Jersey to Straight No Chaser Tickets, Miller Jewelry and Hitherto have something coming and so many more donated items which are guaranteed to delight and surprise you and others - possible Christmas gifts!!!

We are still adding items daily!

If you have something to donate, click the Donate Items button.

And Refer Friends, top referrer will receive a $100 Visa Card as a THANK YOU.

So, tell your friends, family, community. Let the bidding begin!

Reserve your tickets!

See you there!

Live Event Details

Order Tickets Sat Oct 22, 2022
6:30 PM - 10:30 PM EDT
Bradley Hall Ballroom 2 West Main Street Greenfield, IN 46140 Add to My Calendar
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The Online Auction Will End

October 22, 2022

6:30 - 10:30

WHERE: Bradley Hall Event Center

DURING:       The Diamonds & Denim

               Celebration of the Arts Gala


Amanda Ellery

Nancy Nickels

Angela Mickler

A Greenfield Community Orchestra Chamber Group

Early Bird $35 / person thru Oct 9

$40 / person as of Oct 10

Food/Cash Bar

50-50 Raffle Drawing  -  8:30


The Hancock County Art Community

Make Your Bid to Support a vibrant community where arts and culture can flourish and are widely embraced. 

Watch your favorite items!

Now is your chance to not only find all the great items you want, but to do it knowing you help support Hancock County Arts Council's organization and mission.

Because of you, we will bring more workshops, classes, education and community events to Hancock County and share it with the surrounding counties and central Indiana.

Hancock County, itself, is growing, we are encouraging, celebrating, and promoting the arts so much, we need an executive director and more space. We are currently run by volunteers, and we enjoy it, but another step is needed to move forward.

A Ball State University and the Indiana Arts Commission study shows that

When communities believe they have assets in the arts and culture, and the more they pursue developing those assets, the more it improves the sense of place. 

This is where we ask you and all businesses to join us making our next step.