When the artists are finished painting, they’ll rush their favorite pieces to the Hotel Los Gatos for a June 16 VIP Artists’ reception and silent auction. “You can’t buy this art online,” organizer Pam Murphy said. “It’s still wet and painted that week when you buy it.”. The VIP artists’ reception is 6:30-10 p.m. Tickets are $135 and include fine wines and small plates by Dio Deka. Purchase tickets and find more information at lgpleinair.com.
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Details: Through May 9; the Marsh, San Francisco; $20-$100; www.themarsh.org. 7 ANTON SCHWARTZ: The saxophonist and composer brings his Flash Mob quintet to Cafe Stritch in San Jose at 8:30 p.m. April 11 and to Peace Lutheran Church in Danville for the Jazz at Peace concert series at 5 p.m. April 12. Details: Cafe Stritch show is $15, www.cafestritch.com; Peace Lutheran Church performance is free; www.peacejourney.org. 8 LISS FAIN DANCE: The San Francisco choreographer is known for creating collaborative and site-specific works that personify a volatile and unpredictable world. Her company’s new program, “A Space Divided,” consists of works that Fain, Amy Seiwert and Christian Burns each created in response to an installation by San Francisco designer Matthew Antaky.