Apr 01-02, 2016

San Francisco Vintners Market

Up to 100 wineries from Napa, Sonoma and beyond pour new releases, special collections and hard-to-find vintages at the Bay Area’s first and only tasting and buying event. Metreon, 135 4th St., 4th floor, 415.596.1191, sfvintnersmarket.com

Mar 30 - Apr 03, 2016

Sonoma International Film Festival

Now in its 19th year, SIFF features more than 90 hand-selected films including independent features, documentaries, world cinema and shorts by over 200 filmmakers from at least 14 countries. The festival’s six screening venues are all within walking distance of the main SIFF Village. 707.933.2600, sonomafilmfest.org

Apr 30 - May 30, 2016

San Francisco Decorator Showcase

More than two-dozen artists, photographers and interior and landscape designers apply their vision to more than 30 rooms and outdoor spaces of a Mediterranean-style mansion in Telegraph Hill. 298 Chestnut St., 415.447.5830, decoratorshowcase.org

Apr 27 - May 01, 2016

Art Market San Francisco

Featuring an extensive selection of modern and contemporary artworks, Art Market is now in its sixth year after record-breaking sales and attendance of over 25,000 in 2015. Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion, 2 Marina Blvd., artmarketsf.com

Mar 01 - May 04, 2016

“Katz & Kass: New Works” at Meyerovich Gallery

This exhibit features works from two leading New York artists, Alex Katz and Deborah Kass. Katz is known for large-scale portraits and landscapes, while Kass is a multidisciplinary artist whose work is known for its Pop art style. 251 Post St., 415.421.7171, meyerovich.com

Mar 04 - May 08, 2016

“Hidden Gold: Mining Its Meaning in Asian Art” at Asian Art Museum

Spanning 1,500 years of history and diverse Asian cultures, this exhibit explores the many ways gold has been incorporated into art. The exhibit also celebrates the museum’s 50th anniversary. 200 Larkin St., 415.581.3500, asianart.org

Apr 21 - May 05, 2016

San Francisco International Film Festival

The longest running film festival in the Americas is now in its 59th year and features around 150 films and live events and brings together more than 100 filmmakers. Events include marquee premiers, international competitions, documentaries, new media work and musical performances. sffs.org

Apr 21-30, 2016

Alonzo King Lines Ballet’s Spring Season

In collaboration with jazz greats Charles Lloyd and Jason Moran, the Spring Season features stunningly choreographed dance routines accompanied by live jazz. The program also includes a routine set to four Shostakovich string quartets.Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater, 701 Mission St., linesballet.org

Apr 05-10, 2016

Bouquets to Art at the de Young Museum

Floral designers from the Bay Area and beyond interpret works from the museum’s permanent collection through floral arrangements and mash-ups. April 4 brings the preview gala, and throughout the week the museum also hosts a lecture, luncheon and raffle. 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr., 415.750.3600, deyoung.famsf.org

Mar 25 - Apr 17, 2016

“Women: New Portraits” By Annie Leibovitz in the Presidio

This touring exhibition features new works from renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz that celebrate influential women, from CEOs and politicians to writers and artists. 649 Old Mason St., Crissy Field in the Presidio, presidio.gov

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