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From Laguna Art Museum with Love

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By Lauren Lloyd/Special to LAist

Celebrating Valentine’s Day but still racking your brain for a romantic and unique gift? Laguna Art Museum’s love-inspired auction this Saturday, Feb. 12, is the perfect event to find that special something for that special someone while supporting California artists and the museum. Boasting a reformatted agenda and complimentary food and drinks, the auction promises a “fun party” atmosphere, “punctuated with a lot more entertainment,” according to Bolton Colburn, museum director. Doors open at 6 pm; festivities continue until 10 pm.

To accommodate the 108 works displayed, two auctions will transpire to maintain audience engagement. Led for the first time by fundraising auctioneer Jim Nye, a fast-paced live auction will occur for no longer than 90 minutes, followed by a mellower silent auction.