PERFORMANCE WORKS AND SCREENINGS

2019
Tristan and Isolde, by Richard Wagner. Video backdrop for concert performance, Commissioned by the Claude Heater Foundation, performed in August, 2019 at the Pendercki Center for Music, Wislawice, Poland

Three for Two, commissioned video for premiere of new work for invented instruments by Dresher/Davel Duo, ODC Theater, San Francisco, CA

In the Beginning was Desire. Film screening and Q&A with Dr. Avivah  Zornberg. A David Grubin Film with Visual Conceived and Created by Naomie Kremer. Temple Emanuel, Streicker Center, New York, NY

Three for Two, Dresher/Davel Duo, SF Music Day, San Francisco, CA

2018
Video backdrop for concert performance of Tristan and Isolde, by Richard Wagner. Commissioned by the Claude Heater Foundation, Performed in August, 2018, at the Herbst Theater, San Francisco, CA. Conducted by Jonathan Khuner, with Juyeon Song as Isolde, Roy Cornelius Smith as Tristan, Tamara Gallo as Brangane

Lucia Berlin: Stories. Featuring: Her First Detox; Emergency Room Notebook, 1977; Unmanageable; 504; Here it is Saturday. Video set by Naomie Kremer, original score by Marcus Shelby, directed by Nancy Shelby and JoAnne Winter, San Francisco, CA

2017
Journal of Contemporary Painting, October special issue, Painting and Time. Click here to see Kremer text and image .

Artist's residency, Power Art Center, Wayne, NJ

2016
Alcina, by George Frederick Handel, with video set by Naomie Kremer, performed September 26 in concert version in the courtyard of the Crusader Fortress in Acre, Israel, by French Baroque orchestra, Les Talens Lyriques.

2015
The Secret Garden, Visual Design, East Coast premiere, Opera Theater of Weston, VT

2013
The Secret Garden, Visual Design of video-based set for world premiere opera. San Francisco Opera co-production with Cal Performances, CA

2012
Light Moves. A collaboration between Margaret Jenkins Dance Company, multi-media artist Naomie Kremer, composer Paul Dresher and poet Michael Palmer. The Dance Center, Columbia College, Chicago, IL

Guest lecture at Columbia College: Dance and Technology; Multi-media Painting Studio, Chicago, IL

2011
Light Moves. A collaboration between Margaret Jenkins Dance Company, multi-media artist Naomie Kremer, composer Paul Dresher and poet Michael Palmer, co-commissioned by Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and University of Maryland, Clarice Smith Center for the performing Arts. Performed at Novellus Theater, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

Guest lecture. Digital Cultural and Creativity, University of Maryland

2010
Visiting artist. Ringling College of Art and Design, Sarasota, FL

2008
Bluebeard's Castle by Bela Bartok. Design of video set, commissioned by the Berkeley Opera, Berkeley, CA

2007
Visiting artist. California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA Guest lecture. Mills College, Oakland, CA

2006
Guest lecture. Oxbow School, Napa, CA

2005
Exit Art Benefit Portfolio Artist, 2005. Silkscreen edition of 50, New York, NY
Visiting Artist. Pont-Aven School of Contemporary Art, Brittany, France

Interview. Aspen public radio station, conducted by Jim Baker, Aspen, CO

2003
Faculty, Painting and Drawing. San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA

2002
Faculty, Painting and Drawing. California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA

Guest lecture. Syracuse University Painting Program, Florence, Italy

Guest lecture. Ruskin School of Drawing and Painting, Oxford University, England

2001
Faculty, Painting and Drawing. California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA

2000-3
Curatorial committee. Southern Exposure Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1997-2001
Faculty, Painting and Drawing. San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA

1999
Artist's residency, Djerassi Foundation, Woodside, CA

Artist's residency. Joshua Tree National Park, 29 Palms, CA

Curatorial Board. New Langton Arts, San Francisco, CA

Board of Directors. Zyzzyva, San Francisco, CA

1996-7
Faculty, Painting and Drawing, California State University, Hayward, CA

1992
Cadogan Art Fellowship Award. San Francisco Foundation, San Francisco, CA

The Bus Shelter Gallery. Conceived, implemented, and directed six-month program of juried exhibitions by Bay Area MFA students at SFMOMA bus shelter, San Francisco, CA