Art Murmur is a night of open galleries and performances held the first Friday of each month primarily in the Uptown, Koreatown/Northgate, downtown, and Jack London neighborhoods of Oakland, California, drawing 25,000 people. The event began in 2006 at the intersection of 23rd Street and Telegraph Avenue. As of 2012 it includes 21 galleries and 9 mixed-use venues and is directed by David Abernathy. Swarm Gallery is one of the participating galleries. Starting in September, 2012, 20 blocks are closed off for Art Murmur each first friday.
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- Oakland Art Murmur (June 10, 2013). "About Oakland Art Murmur". Art Murmur.
- "New faces at Oakland Art Murmur".
- Anna Carey (November 1, 2012). "Oakland revived by Art Murmur". Daily Cal.
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