Stop Telling Women to Smile Press
Featured in the New York Times, The Bold Italic, Oakland Local, KQEDArts, UPWorthy
PHOTO artist in the News
Caren Alpert’s food photography, on view at PHOTO through April 12th, has been creating quite the stir!
March Walking Tour
MONTHLY GALLERY DISTRICT WALKING TOURS
Saturday, March 15, 2p | Topic: DRAWING
Meet: Chandra Cerrito Contemporary, 280 23rd St.
Led by: Dasha Matsuura of Chandra Cerrito Contemporary
March First Friday Art Walk
The Oakland Art Murmur’s galleries will collectively open their doors for their free monthly First Friday Art Walk on March 7th, rain or shine.
Review: Eva Bovenzi @ Transmission
Eva Bovenzi: “Just Look” at Transmission Gallery reviewed on Square Cylinder.
“In Search of Sheba” on BAY SUNDAY
Curator and Oakland Art Murmur board member Pamela Mays McDonald and artist Leslie Marie Channel appear on CBS 5′s Bay Sunday to speak about their exhibition at Warehouse 416.
OAM First Friday February Art Walk : Rain Or Shine
Friday, Feb. 7th, 2014 – It’s finally raining! The Murmur First Friday Art Walk will carry on, rain or shine, but the Oakland First Fridays organization has cancelled its February Telegraph Avenue street festival due to the weather.
Art & Wine: Friends of OAM Winter Gallery Night
Weds, Feb. 12th | 6:30p – 8:30p | 416 + 411 26th Street
Friends of OAM offers you a midweek escape into a pair of dramatic, unique exhibits at two wonderful OAM galleries: Warehouse 416 + Classic Cars West, featuring a special wine tasting + light bites.
Oakland Heritage Alliance awards OAM Partner in Preservation Leadership Award
The Oakland Art Murmur is honored to be the receipient of an Oakland Heritage Alliance Partners in Preservation Award.
Profile: Blackball Universe
Oakland North profiles one of OAM’s newest member galleries Black Ball Universe.
US Airways Magazine | Jan 2014
In the latest positive press promoting our fair city as a travel desination, the City of Oakland is the star of US Airways Magazine’s January Issue. And Oakland Art Murmur along with seven member galleries are featured in the spread.
Review: Not Each, But All
Aggregate Space was once a cavernous, empty warehouse without a name. In 2010, artists Conrad M. Meyers II and S.D. Willis moved in, hoping to house their ideas there. Without a clear end point in mind, they gradually began to build out the facility. They invited artists who, like them, were interested in pushing the boundaries of art and opportunity. With their help, they added a loft, a theater, utilities, office space, and a gallery. The last step was to open up their artistic endeavor to the public.