August 26, 2018, 2pm
Tristan and Isolde, Herbst Theater, San Francisco. Save the date! I’ve been commissioned to create a video backdrop for this concert performance of Richard Wagner’s opera. Ticket link and more information here. Herbst Theater, 401 Van Ness Ave, San Francisco, CA 94102.

June 13-September 2, 2018
Way Bay 2, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive. Part two of an innovatively organized exhibition of art, film, performance, poetry, and archival materials, Way Bay 2 continues the wide-ranging exploration of the creative energies that have emerged from the San Francisco Bay Area over two centuries. 2155 Center Street, Berkeley. Open Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday 11AM-7PM, Friday, Saturday 11AM-9PM, closed Monday, Tuesday. To see the show layout click here. My piece is no. 133. www.bampfa@berkeley.edu

May 29, 2018, 6:30PM
In the Beginning was Desire. Screening at Martin E. Segal Theatre, The Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Ave, NY, NY. A film by NY filmmaker David Grubin with visuals conceived and created by Naomie Kremer. This film explores the story of Adam and Eve through the close reading of Avivah Zornberg, the author, teacher, and scholar. For decades, Zornberg has reflected on the shifting meanings in stories from the Torah across millennia of rabbinic commentary. For this film, she draws on midrashic interpretations that challenge conventional thinking. The film upends many traditional viewpoints: the interdependency of God and man; the energy and creativity that necessarily accompany man's insatiable desires; the knowledge that seduction and exile are possibly more fruitful than sorrowful.

May 26 - June 30, 2018
Wonder Women: 10 Bay Area Figurative Artists. Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, CA.
Curated by George Krevsky
Opening Reception: Saturday May 26, 6-8pm
The exhibition features artwork in various media by a select group of woman artists, all in the tradition of the Bay Area Figurative Movement. This talented collection of creative individuals has produced a body of work that tells a story as exciting as the times we live in. Using paint, pastel, sculpture, drawing, and printmaking, Helen Berggruen, Kay Bradner, Stacey Carter, Dana DeKalb, Lisa Esherick, Robbin Henderson, Naomie Kremer, Diana Krevsky, Tabitha Soren, and Jan Wurm have developed a narrative that reflects our 21st Century culture. In addition to working passionately in their studios, each one has found time to be an active member of the Arts community with their Medium bringing the Message that Women artists, long overshadowed by the collecting public, deserve a place in the spotlight. For more information, click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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