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Ronnie Cramer's Archive
Ronnie Cramer Archive


To see RC's previous art exhibitions, concerts, film screenings, etc. click on any of the years listed above in the chronology. For upcoming events click on schedule.

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November 18, 2003 - January 31, 2004

Art Exhibition Alder Gallery
Coburg, OR
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

January 2004

Go Recording Ronnie Cramer
Go
1. Go (Part One)
2. Go (Part Two)
3. Go (Part Three)
4. Go (Part Four)
5. Go (Part Five)
6. Go (Part Six)
7. Go (Part Seven)
8. Go (Part Eight)
9. Go (Part Nine)

Recorded 1/24/04 at Teikyo Loretto Heights University | Denver, Colorado
Produced by Ronnie Cramer

January 6 - 24, 2004

Art Exhibition Backus Art Gallery
Fort Pierce, FL
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

January 14 - 30, 2004

Art Exhibition Gallery 402
New York, NY
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

January 2004

Pillow Girl Recording Ronnie Cramer
Pillow Girl and Other Songs of Romance
1. Pillow Girl
2. Confidential
3. Eve's Apple
4. House of Lust
5. Lover, Let Me Live
6. A Woman's Need
7. Apprentice Virgin
8. Man Trap

Created for the Museum of Contemporary Art | Denver Risque invitational (2/04)
Produced by Ronnie Cramer

February 4 - 29, 2004

Art Exhibition MFA Circle Gallery
Annapolis, MD
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

February 5, 2004

Western State College
Gunnison, CO
Music/Sound-Art performance by Ronnie Cramer
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Highway Amazon
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film The Window
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film wHOLE

February 5 - 20, 2004

Art Exhibition Quigley Art Gallery
Western State College
Gunnison, CO
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

February 2004

Juno Recording Ronnie Cramer
Juno
1. Ceres
2. Pallas
3. Juno
4. Vesta
5. Iris
6. Flora
7. Metis
8. Themis
9. Nysa
10. Cybele
11. Eros
12. Chiron

Recorded 2/5/04 at Western State College | Gunnison, Colorado
Produced by Ronnie Cramer

February 12, 2004

Rock Island
Denver, CO
University of Denver Media Arts Festival
Video-Music/Sound-Art performances by Ronnie Cramer, Trace Reddell and Brian Comerford
Screening of Ronnnie Cramer's film HAbent and Replicas by Ronnie Cramer and Trace Reddell

February 14, 2004

Art Exhibition Museum of Contemporary Art | Denver
Denver, CO
Risque Invitational / Love4Sale Auction
Music/Sound-Art by Ronnie Cramer

February 2004

The Salmon Chair Recording Ronnie Cramer
The Salmon Chair
The Salmon Chair (extended version in thirteen parts)
Recorded 2/12/04 at Rock Island - Denver, Colorado
Presented by the University of Denver Media Arts Festival
Produced by Ronnie Cramer

February 14 - March 21, 2004

Art Exhibition Tubac Center of the Arts
Tubac, AZ
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

February 20 - 29, 2004

Big Muddy Film Festival
Southern Illinois University
Carbondale, IL
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Quiet Please
Screening of Robert Arnold's film Zeno's Paradox featuring music by Ronnie Cramer

March 4 - 7, 2004

Sedona International Film Festival
Sedona, AZ
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles

March 5, 2004

Durango Herald
Durango, CO

'30 Miles' is a neat idea executed poorly. The same stretch of Colorado road, one in 1980 and the other in 2003, is shown on split-screen. It's probably meant to show the changes in landscape, but the film moves far too quickly for you to get a sense of anything (except the pain in your eyeballs, which is vivid). - Nathaniel Miller

March 6 - 14, 2004

Durango Film Festival
Durango, CO
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles

March 12 - 18, 2004

Tiburon International Film Festival
San Francisco, CA
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles

March 17 - 21, 2004

East Lansing Film Festival
East Lansing, MI
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles

March 18, 2004

Lansing State Journal
East Lansing Film Festival
30 Miles | Director: Ronnie Cramer (USA); 4 minutes

The concept: Put identical time-lapse car trips filmed 30 years apart side by side and watch them unfold. If nothing else, it's pretty hypnotic. And there isn't as much dramatic change in the 30-year span as you might expect. - Swartz

March 19 - April 16, 2004

Art Exhibition Las Vegas Arts Council
Las Vegas, NM
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

March 21 - May 1, 2004

Art Exhibition Masur Museum of Art
Monroe, LA
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

April 1 -3, 2004

Forward Hall
Erie, PA
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles

April 2004

Full Throttle Magazine

Full Throttle Magazine
Cover art by Ronnie Cramer

April 15 - 17, 2004

Iowa City International Documentary Film Festival
Iowa City, IA
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Highway Amazon

April 16 - 22, 2004

Kansas City Filmmakers Jubilee
Kansas City, MO
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles

April 16, 2004

Kansas City Star
Movie Listings

30 Miles (Ronnie Cramer): Two time-lapse accounts of the same 30-mile trip, taken 23 years apart and presented via split screen. - Kansas City Filmmakers Jubilee, Tivoli Theatre

April 20 - May 14, 2004

Art Exhibition Plano Art Association
Plano, TX
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

April 23, 2004

MittenArtWorks.com
Cinema Un-Verite

I really want to like experimental film. I appreciate abstract painting and I like the idea that films might take on that same sense of presenting their ideas without narrative, without representation. So I give experimental film lots of chances, looking for meaning even if it's not being presented well, giving the filmmaker every benefit of the doubt. And yet, even with wanting to like it so much, the only thing I can say about the Ann Arbor Film Festival is that it is fast becoming a joke.

The trouble with the films chosen for the Ann Arbor festival is that so many of them have no content and no sensitivity to the factor of time inherent in a moving image. At least judging from the selections chosen by the Ann Arbor festival, one would generally come to the conclusion that experimental filmmakers are devoted to technique instead of art. There is a 'one trick pony' phenomenon in which these filmmakers have found an interesting visual or compositing technique and proceed to show it to you and then nothing more. There is minimal or no content presented with the chosen technique, and because of that, any more than a 4-6 minutes of pure technique rapidly becomes boring. Sadly, the filmmakers seem insensitive to this fact and run these empty showcases of clever technique for 17 or more minutes, causing rapid aging and mindnumbing boredom in the audience.

In contrast, the few experimental pieces we saw in East Lansing were actually pretty good. 30 Miles by Ronnie Cramer showed a speeded-up ride on a highway with footage from the present day on one side of the screen and footage from 25 years ago on the other. It was visually interesting, had some meaning revolving around what changes and what stays the same over time and was 4 minutes long. - Laura Fisher

April 21, 2004

Interface
Local 16
Washington, DC
Screening of the films Replicas and Telharmonic by Trace Reddell and Ronnie Cramer

April 25, 2004

PC World

PC World
Ronnie Cramer's Cult Film Site

There's no search engine, but with this collection of campy, corny, bizarre, and trashy movies for purchase (including such classics as You've Made Your Bed ... Now Die in It), who cares?

April 25 - May 16, 2004

Art Exhibition El Dorado Fine Arts Gallery
Colorado Springs, CO
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

May 2004

Out of the Silent Planet Recording Ronnie Cramer
Out of the Silent Planet
1. Stars, Thick As Daisies on an Uncut Lawn
2. The Hunted Man's Irrational Instinct
3. Luxury and Squalor
4. The Anti-Climax of Fourteen Compulsory Cold Douches
5. The Love of Knowledge is a Kind of Madness
6. The Good of Humanity and All That

A soundtrack for the C. S. Lewis novel; developed for Aimé Dontigny's Sine Fiction catalog.
Produced by Ronnie Cramer

May 1 - July 3, 2004

Art Exhibition Swallow Hill Art Gallery
Denver, CO
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

May 2 - 26, 2004

Art Exhibition Marin Society of Artists
Ross, CA
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

May 5 - 30, 2004

Art Exhibition Krempp Gallery
Jasper Arts Center

Jasper, IN
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

May 6, 2004

The Herald
Entertainment: Weekend

Ronnie Cramer of Denver is exhibiting intimate watercolor citiscapes. These capture images of storefronts, businesses and street people. Cramer, a graduate of the University of Denver, has been a professional artist for over 25 years. However, his creativity isn't limited to painting. He's an accomplished guitarist with the rock group Alarming Trends, a filmmaker and a motorcycle enthusiast. He created the Motorcycle Web Index. For more information, visit his web site at www.cramer.org/art.

May 7 - 9, 2004

Trenton Film Festival
Trenton, NJ
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Quiet Please

May 7 - June 5, 2004

Art Exhibition Hilton Head Art League
13 Wild Laurel Ln.
Hilton Head, SC 29923
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

May 7, 2004

Evansville Courier and Press
Town and Country

'Red Mountain,' an oil painting by Susan R. Wilson of Chicago, is among work by artists featured in 'Town and Country,' a new exhibition at the Jasper (Ind.) Arts Center's Krempp Gallery. The show includes cityscapes and landscapes by Wilson and Ronnie Cramer of Denver.

May 10 - 16, 2004

Forest Film Fest
Portland, OR
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles

May 16, 2004

Film Threat
30 Miles * * * *
Un-rated, 4 Minutes, Scorched Earth Productions

A 30-mile trip down a Colorado highway is experienced 23 years apart via split-screen. Black-and-white 8mm footage from 1980 on the left, and color digital video from 2003 on the right. Both have been shot in time-lapse mode, condensing the trip into less than four minutes. The camera(s) travel around bends and up and down hills as overpasses fly by simultaneously on both halves of the screen.

Changes in the landscape between the two runs become apparent. A dirt off-ramp has been paved; a chain-link fence on the divider has been taken down. Even changes in Cramer himself are evident, as he seems to have mellowed over the last quarter century (he doesn’t pass on the right as often nowadays).

The movie’s minimalist score is the only aspect of the production that is less than remarkable. It’s far too wowie-zowie, too eager to point out how fantastic the images are. Whether the grand design for this film was in Cramer’s head in 1980, or if it was a recent realization on how to get some use out of old footage, the end result is indisputably stunning and all too brief. - Christopher Zinsli

May 19, 2004

Film Threat
Quiet Please * *
Un-rated, 2 Minutes, Scorched Earth Productions

'Filmmaker Ronnie Cramer recently submitted to a one-hour, on-camera interview for a documentary about independent directors. ‘Quiet Please’ is a film document of the (almost) two minutes of silence that occurred between Cramer’s responses.'

It’s hard to come up with a better description than that. Audio engineers have been having fun stringing together 'outs' like this for decades, so it’s about time someone did it with video. If only the idea were as interesting on screen as it is on paper. - Christopher Zinsli

May 27 - 30, 2004

Dubrovnik International Film Festival
Dubrovnik, Croatia
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles

June 1 - 15, 2004

Filmstock International Film Festival
Bedfordshire, UK
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles
Recipient of Concept Award

June 2004

Magnar Nemzeti Filmarchivum
National Film Archive of Hungary

Szintén nagy sikert aratott a korábban a Sundance-en vetített Pol Pot születésnapja, Talmage Cooley rendezésében, amely a Legjobb Ötlet díját kapta megosztva a szintén amerikai Ronnie Cramer 30 mérföld (30 Miles) címu filmjével. A 'megosztás' itt azért is lényeges, mert Cramer filmje osztott képernyon mutatja be a címben említett 30 mérföldes útszakaszt huszonhárom év különbségével.

June 3, 2004

Northfield Arts Guild
Northfield, MN
Music/Sound-Art performance by Ronnie Cramer

June 3 - July 23, 2004

Art Exhibition Northfield Arts Council
Northfield, MN
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

June 4 - July 18, 2004

Art Exhibition Manhattan Arts Center
1520 Poyntz
Manhattan, KS 66502
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

June 2004

Out of the Silent Planet (Live) Recording Ronnie Cramer
Out of the Silent Planet (Live)
1. Stars, Thick As Daisies on an Uncut Lawn
2. The Hunted Man's Irrational Instinct
3. Luxury and Squalor
4. The Anti-Climax of Fourteen Compulsory Cold Douches
5. The Love of Knowledge is a Kind of Madness
6. The Good of Humanity and All That

Concert version of the C. S. Lewis soundtrack. Recorded 6/3/04 at the Northfield (Minnesota) Arts Guild using material originally developed for Aimé Dontigny's Sine Fiction catalog.
Produced by Ronnie Cramer

2004

Antarctica Experienced Through Music
Capsule Comments on CDs About Antarctica
Ronnie Cramer: Around the World in Forty Minutes

Colorado-based Cramer is a veteran musician, artist and independent filmmaker. His instrumental CD takes us on a musical trip around the world’s continents and seas, including the track Antarctica, a nebulous synthesizer soundscape. Scorched Earth Productions; www.cramer.org - Valmar Kurol, www.antarctic-circle.org

June 11 - 20, 2004

Atlanta Film Festival
Atlanta, GA
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles

June 14, 2004

Rocky Mountain News
Lifestyles

The Museum of Contemporary Art/Denver and sponsor Holland & Hart will host the fourth annual 'Tribute to a Colorado Artist' honoring sculptor John DeAndrea, 6:30 p.m. June 24 at MCA/Denver, 1275 19th St., Sakura Square. Presentations will include remarks by Holland & Hart partner Michael Martin and art historian Nancy Tieken; a short film documenting DeAndrea's work by local filmmaker Ronnie Cramer; and a toast by DeAndrea's friends and collectors. - Dahlia Jean Weinstein

June 15, 2004

Manhattan Mercury
MAC Watercolor Studio: Inspirations

Manhattan Arts Center Watercolor Studio exhibits 'Inspirations,' a collection from the studio accompanied by statements from the artists concerning their inspiration for painting. Also featuring watercolors by Denver artist Ronnie Cramer. The exhibit will remain open through July 17. The Manhattan Arts Center is located at 1520 Poyntz and open Monday through Friday 10-5 and Saturday 1-4. For more information, call 537-4420.

June 16, 2004

Rocky Mountain News
Summer at the Museum of Contemporary Art

The Museum of Contemporary Art/Denver kicks off a summer of programs with its fourth annual 'Tribute to a Colorado Artist' event, which will honor John DeAndrea. The program at the museum will include a talk by Nancy Tieken and a short film by Ronnie Cramer on DeAndrea's work. - Mary Chandler

June 23 - 27, 2004

VisionFest 04 Independent Showcase
Cantor Film Center
New York, NY
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles

June 24, 2004

Museum of Contemporary Art Denver
Denver, CO
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film A Moment in Time

June 25 - 27, 2004

San Antonio Underground Film Festival
San Antonio, TX
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Highway Amazon
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film The Window
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Quiet Please

June 26, 2004

San Antonio Express-News
A decade of underground films

Adam Rocha isn't in it for the money, which is good. He's organized the San Antonio Underground Film Festival every year for the past decade and has not once broken even.

Most of the money is generated by sales of festival T-shirts, posters and the tacos that his mother-in-law has cooked outside the theater. But Rocha has seen the festival grow, from 13 entries in its first year to more than 100 this year, with bigger and bigger audiences attending. He's helping filmmakers show their films and he's helping San Antonio see films it otherwise wouldn't.

To Rocha, 32, that's success. The fact that he loses money each year doesn't daunt him. "I won't stop unless my wife threatens to divorce me," he said.

Rocha will show more than 50 films at this year's festival, which runs Friday through Sunday at Sunset Station, 1174 E. Commerce St. Admission is $10 per day.

The festival has come a long way from its first year, when Rocha received 13 entries, all shorts. When he first conceived of the event, he was working as a busboy, fresh out of film school at the University of Texas at Austin. He knew two things: He wanted to work in film, and he didn't want to move to New York or Los Angeles to do it.

So he decided to start a film festival in San Antonio. Some naysayers told him the endeavor would be more successful in Austin, with its thriving film scene. But that's exactly why he thought San Antonio was the perfect location.

Ronnie Cramer, whose documentary 'Highway Amazon' (about a female bodybuilder who wrestles men in hotel rooms) will be screened at the festival in a shortened version, has been making films since the '70s but only recently began submitting them to festivals.

"I've had films shown at impressive sounding venues with very small audiences, and at rinky-dink outlets that got them seen by a lot of people," Cramer said by e-mail.

The committee behind the San Antonio Underground Film Festival prefers the latter. - Jessica Belasco

July 6, 2004

Scuffletown

Ronnie Cramer’s 'Pillow Girl' uses lurid paperbacks’ text and images to create music and visuals for a short but creepy film. - J-Dogg

Awesome! That Twin Peaks-ish music is kind of perfect for it, too. - Zean

Wow…he uses the very stereotypical image of trash novel females and turns them into an archetype. I could look at that for hours. - Threadkilla

July 16 - 18, 2004

da Vinci Film and Video Festival
Corvallis, OR
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles

July 28, 2004

Dayton City Paper
Poetic Wanderings

Do you remember being a child, lying in your bed, and drifting off to sleep to the soothing sound of your mom’s voice telling you a story that would guarantee sweet dreams? If so, then think of musician, filmmaker, poet and performance artist Will Davis as your mom, except that his soothing voice is accompanied by ambient, mood-bending electronic music and his stories can only guarantee that your dreams won’t be terribly sweet.

In 2003, Davis honed his live act and became the first performance artist to perform at the Ohio Arts Council’s Riffe Gallery when he presented his epic techno-poem, Escape From Earth, in honor of the celebration of flight. The poem intertwined the diary writings of the Wright Brothers with Davis’ own stories about flying. “I wanted to tell the story of the Wright Brothers and their achievement in flight a little differently by making flight a metaphor for personal growth,” he explained. In addition to the spoken word, Escape from Earth carried a digital element that included sounds of birds, storms, and simulated sounds of the Wright Flyer. “I tried to use a soundtrack on Escape From Earth that was very expressionistic and surreal,” he said. The poem will be featured in a national conference relating to art and technology this fall alongside the work of Ronnie Cramer and Laurie Anderson. - Kris Neises

July 29 - 31, 2004

Raetihi Film Festival
Raetihi, New Zealand
Premiere screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Pillow Girl

July 2004

Metropolis Recording Ronnie Cramer
Metropolis
1. Metropolis
2. The Day Shift
3. The Pleasure Garden
4. The Master of Metropolis
5. 11811
6. The Robot
7. Another Meeting
8. Catacombs
9. Tower of Babel
10. Until Tomorrow
11. Rotwang
12. The Cathedral
13. A Prisoner
14. Maria / Robot
15. The Copy is Perfect
16. Dance of Flesh and Blood
17. An Excuse
18. The Time Has Come
19. To the Central Power House
20. Open the Doors
21. Where Are Your Children
22. The World Going to the Devil
24. The Hands, the Brain and the Heart

A new soundtrack for the classic Fritz Lang film
Produced by Ronnie Cramer

July 2004

To Ancient Noise Recording Various Artists
To Ancient Noise
1. brekekekexkoaxkoax - Kayeets Charak Zamar
2. aodl - Attacking it With a Fork, Edition 3
3. Fred Yarm - Cats Eye bath Tub
4. Saluki Regicide - Stinging Nettle
5. Spagirus - Jasna Beat
6. Naturhistorische Museum der Klänge - Wrakhout
7. mystified - Ghosts of the Band
8. thE sounD of dirT - Dark
9. Djinnestan - A Trickle
10. Rafael Flores - Domestic
11. Kava Project - From Earth to Rust
12. forma - the spanish collage
13. C. Reider - vian ii-v
14. David Leith - Bottle Cart Etude
15. Tree Helicopter - Kiwi
16. Ronnie Cramer - Machinist Cavatina
17. J. Dippold - The Pot That Called The Kettle Back
18. Onemancult - Untitled

A Webbed Hand Release [wh024] Compiled by C. P. McDill

'Manipulated environmental sounds. Whether field recordings, found sounds, radio snippets, or other odd recorded artifacts of audio, these elements are worked by sound artists in interesting and often startling ways.'

August 6 - 19, 2004

Art Exhibition Danforth Gallery
Livingston, MT
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

August 6 - 7, 2004

Mini-Cinema Film Festival
Fairmont, WV
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film The Window

August 12 - September 26, 2004

Art Exhibition Old Court House Arts Center
Woodstock, IL
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

August 29 - September 12, 2004

Art Exhibition Placerville Arts Association
Placerville, CA
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

September 3 - 26, 2004

Art Exhibition State of the Art Gallery
Ithaca, NY
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

September 4, 2004

Art Exhibition Three Eagle Trail Art Gala
Three Lakes, WI
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

September 10, 2004


Ledger-Enquirer
Columbus, GA

One is a glimpse of life from a schizophrenic's point of view. Another catapults folks into the world of a rape victim's tortured memories. Still another brings a camera into Columbus drag clubs little seen by most people in the city.

If there's an undercurrent to all the short films presented Saturday at the annual Chattahoochee Film & Video Festival, it's a somber one. Films chosen for the two-hour screening are mostly serious in nature and a bit darker than the fare in years past.

Roger Nygard, this year's judge for the films and himself an independent filmmaker, can speculate why.

'We've gone through a pretty dark period in the last year, and artists reflect society in their movies,' says Nygard, who is most famous for 'Trekkies,' a documentary about obsessive fans of 'Star Trek.'

The festival features entries from around the globe, and formats ranging from straight documentary to abstract. A Mexican piece called 'Danzante,' by Sergio Batiz, both celebrates a traditional dance and laments its disappearance. Ronnie Cramer's 'Pillow Girl' takes girlie images from vintage pulp fiction and morphs from one to another in what becomes a disorienting kaleidoscope around the sultry female form. - Brad Barnes

September 11, 2004

Chattahoochee Film and Video Festival
Columbus, GA
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Pillow Girl

September 11 - October 3, 2004

Art Exhibition Novato Art Center at Hamilton Field
Novato, CA
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

September 16 - 19, 2004

Great Lakes Independent Film Festival
Roadhouse Theatre For Contemporary Art
Erie, PA
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Pillow Girl

September 17 - 23, 2004

Cinema Paradise Film Festival
Honolulu, HI
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Pillow Girl

September 17 - October 9, 2004

Art Exhibition Art Center of Estes Park
Estes Park, CO
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

September 21, 2004

CinemaSlam
Michigan Theater
Ann Arbor, MI
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles

September 23 - 26, 2004

Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival
Birmingham, AL
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles

September 25 - November 6, 2004

Art Exhibition Athens Institute for Contemporary Art
Athens, GA
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Pillow Girl

September 26, 2004

Alamo Draft House
San Antonio, TX
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Highway Amazon

September 29, 2004

NonStarvingArtists.com
R E L A T I V E : Photographing Domesticity

Musician/artist Ronnie Cramer depicts comical, yet disturbing views of domestic life through manipulations of those enduring accompaniments to domestic life; the covers of lurid, vintage paperbacks and magazines. In his video, "Pillow Girl," the illustrated cover figures morph from one story to the next, accompanied by a synthesized soundscape created by converting visual scans of the covers into digitized sound forms. Through nearly 200 covers the viewer is taken on a thought-provoking journey of history, sound and representation. (Cramer will visit ATHICA from Denver, Colorado for a closing performance event on Saturday, November 6th, which will feature an extended live performance using "Pillow Girl" imagery.)

ATHICA: Athens Institute for Contemporary Art, Inc. Chase Street Warehouses, Unit 3 (entrance on Tracy St. off Barber), Athens, Georgia 30603-1604. Phone 706.208.1613. Visit the website www.athica.org

October 1 - 31, 2004

Art Exhibition Williamson County Art Guild
Georgetown, TX
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

October 1 - 3, 2004

Coney Island Film Festival
New York, NY
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Pillow Girl
Named Best Experimental Film

October 1 - 3, 2004

Quittapahilla Film Festival
Lebanon Valley College
Annville, PA
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles

October 1 - 10, 2004

Raindance Film Festival
London, UK
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Pillow Girl

October 1 - November 16, 2004

Art Exhibition Keyes Gallery
Springfield, MO
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

October 2 - 30, 2004

Art Exhibition ACC Gallery
National Society of Artists 22nd Annual National Show
Alvin, TX
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

October 4, 2004

Counselor
Artists' Reception for New Broad Center Exhibit 'New York Perceptions' October 6

Attention art lovers: As part of the continuing series of art exhibits mounted in the Shepard and Ruth K. Broad Student Center, the Law School and the Organization of Independent Artists (OIA) have announced the opening of 'New York Perceptions.' An artists' reception will take place on Wednesday, October 6, in the Student Center at 6 p.m. All are invited to enjoy refreshments and meet the artists.

'New York Perceptions' is both a contemporary vision and a loving look at the Big Apple from four artists from the New York metropolitan area and one from Colorado. The realistic oil and acrylic paintings of Elliot Appel and Robert Feinland depict the streets and architecture of the city’s changing face. Matt Cervenka’s collage and mixed media, with their distortions and bold color, convey the emotions of living in New York. The city’s vitality and vibrancy are emphasized in the photos of Remo Cosentino. Moments in time and moods of the city are captured in the watercolors of Ronnie Cramer, picturing street life and people in the neighborhoods of Manhattan.

The exhibit officially opens on Monday, October 4, and will remain up through November 12.

October 4 - November 12, 2004

Art Exhibition New York Law School
New York, NY
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

October 5 - 29, 2004

Art Exhibition Texas Artists Museum
Port Arthur, TX
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

October 6 - 27, 2004

Art Exhibition Gallery 402
New York, NY
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

October 7 - 10, 2004

Taos Mountain Film Festival
Taos, NM
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film The Window

October 10 - 12, 2004

Miami University
Interactive Media Forum
Oxford, OH
Music/Sound-Art performance by Ronnie Cramer
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Pillow Girl
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's McLuhan PSA film series

October 10 - 24, 2004

Art Exhibition Rio Brazos Art Exhibition
Tarleton State University
Granbury, TX
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

October 14 - 16, 2004

Cape Fear Independent Film Network
Wilmington, NC
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Pillow Girl
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Highway Amazon
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Quiet Please

October 14 - 17, 2004

Simrishamn International Art Film Festival
Galleri Valfisken
Simrishamn, Sweden
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles

October 15 - 17, 2004

Griffon International Film Festival
Missouri Western State College
St. Joseph, MO
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Pillow Girl

October 16 - 18, 2004

Miami Short Film Festival
Miami, FL
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Pillow Girl
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Highway Amazon
Pillow Girl named Best Experimental Film
Highway Amazon named Best Documentary

October 21 - 24, 2004

Winslow Film Festival
Winslow, AZ
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles

October 23, 2004


Springfield Missouri News-Leader
Look for bright spots in 'Plein Air 2004' exhibit

Classic plein-air painting, which took 19th century artists out of the studio and into the great out of doors, has a sense of the immediate to it that this show does possess in a few instances.

The best of the watercolors are two works by Denver artist Ronnie Cramer, who took honors for a small piece titled 'Uphill,' but I liked his 'Salem Market' better. Cramer's works look almost like batiks; there's a feeling of layered colors to them. His street market is well-composed and interesting, and it doesn't include a single wagon, barn or flower, which makes it a refreshing change in this show. - Camille Howell

October 26 - December 11, 2004

Art Exhibition Widener University Gallery
Chester, PA
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

October 27, 2004

Rocky Mountain News
Fab 5

Denver's version of the Fab 5 from Queer Eye For The Straight Guy are up for grabs. Their extreme makeover services for a straight man will be an auction item during Dinner With Dali, a fund-raiser Thursday in the Seawell Ballroom for the Museum of Contemporary Art.

MCA's director/curator Cydney Payton was the brains behind the fab and fun package. Local filmmaker Ronnie Cramer shot and edited the delightful DVD featuring the Fab 5 in various Denver venues that will be shown prior to bidding. - Penny Parker

October 28, 2004

Denver Performing Arts Complex
Denver, CO
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's films Dinner with Dali and The Fab Five

October 28 - November 7, 2004

Leeds International Film Festival
Leeds, UK
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles

October 30, 2004

Canadian International Annual Film Festival
Toronto, Ontario
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles
Named Best Student Entry
Named Best Student Experimental Film
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Highway Amazon
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film The Salmon Chair
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film The Window
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Quiet Please
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film wHOLE

October 31, 2004

Boston Globe
Pinned
'They want to feel your strength,' says Christine Fetzer, the blond bodybuilder who makes an unusual living wrestling men on beds across the country in Ronnie Cramer's documentary short Highway Amazon. 'I feel like I'm doing something really bizarre and out there. I feel like I go places nobody goes.' Like, say, hotel rooms. The bikini-clad, muscle-flexing Fetzer is one of the attractions in the fifth annual Chlotrudis Short Film Festival, which also includes dramas, comedies, and animation. The festival opens Monday at the Coolidge Corner Theatre and continues Wednesday at the Brattle Theatre. For information, visit www.chlotrudis.org. - Rebecca Ostriker

October 31, 2004 - January 1, 2005

Art Exhibition Fredericksburg Center for the Creative Arts
Fredericksburg, VA
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

October 31, 2004

Flagpole Magazine
Out There!
'RELATIVE' CLOSING EVENT
Closing reception for ATHICA’s 'Relative: Photographing Domesticity.' Features The Athens Boys Choir and visiting New Media artist Ronnie Cramer. He will be performing an extended version of his piece 'Pillow Girl.' Athens Institute for Contemporary Art on Saturday, Nov. 6 from 8 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. Gallery open at 7:30 p.m. Suggested donation: $6—$9. 208-1613, www.athica.org.

November/December 2004

Art Papers
Exhibition Listings
GEORGIA
ATHICA: Athens Institute for Contemporary Art, Fall Exhibits: 9/25/04-11/7/04, 'Relative: Photographing Domesticity', photo-based work, curators: Edwyna Arey & Michael Marshall, in conjunction w/SESPE conference 10/22. Closing performances 11/6, 8pm, Spoken word by Athens Boys Choir & Pillow Girl by Ronnie Cramer from Denver, CO.

November 2004

Pillow Girl Recording Ronnie Cramer
Pillow Girl Lives Again
1. Pillow Girl
2. Confidential
3. Eve's Apple
4. House of Lust
5. Lover, Let Me Live
6. A Woman's Need
7. Apprentice Virgin
8. Man Trap

A live re-creation of the sound art originally produced for the Pillow Girl CD. Recorded 10/22/04 at the Interactive Media Forum, Miami University | Oxford, Ohio
Produced by Ronnie Cramer

November 1, 2004

New Media Missive
Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication - University of Georgia
ATHICA Performance (11/6) Ronnie Cramer and Athens’ Boy Choir.
On Saturday, 11/06/04 from 8pm to 9:15pm the Athens Institute for Contemporary Art (ATHICA) will host a closing reception for the exhibition, “Relative: Photographing Domesticity.” The event will include performances by new media artist Ronnie Cramer and the Athens Boy Choir. More at http://athica.org/

November 1 - 3, 2004

Chlotrudis Short Film Festival
Brookline, MA (11/1)
Cambridge, MA (11/3)
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Highway Amazon

November 3 - 26, 2004

Art Exhibition Impact Artist Gallery
Buffalo, NY
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

November 4 - 10, 2004

Marquee
ART
'Relative' closing performance event and NEGAD thank-you party--NEGAD volunteer party at 6:30 p.m., doors open at 7:30 p.m. for gallery viewing, performance from 8-9:15 p.m., ATHICA: Athens Institute fro Contemporary Art, 160 Tracy St.: performance by Athens Boys Choir and visiting new media artist Ronnie Cramer.

November 5 - 6, 2004

Delta Film Festival
Manteca, CA
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Pillow Girl
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles

November 6, 2004

Athens Banner-Herald
Today's Best Bets
'Relative' closing performance event and NEGAD thank-you party--NEGAD volunteer party at 6:30 p.m., doors open at 7:30 p.m. for gallery viewing, performance from 8-9:15 p.m., ATHICA: Athens Institute fro Contemporary Art, 160 Tracy St.: performance by Athens Boys Choir and visiting new media artist Ronnie Cramer.

November 6, 2004

Flagpole Magazine
RONNIE CRAMER (ATHICA)
The Colorado-based experimental musician/visual artist will perform a live, extended version of 'Pillow Girl,' a morphing video-animation of nearly 200 lurid, vintage paperback covers which is accompanied by a haunting soundtrack. 8 p.m.

November 6, 2004

Athens Institute for Contemporary Art
Athens, GA
Music/sound-art performance by Ronnie Cramer

November 6 - December 29, 2004

Art Exhibition Leslie Powell Foundation/Gallery
Lawton, OK
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

November 11 - 21, 2004

St. Louis International Film Festival
St. Louis, MO
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Pillow Girl

November 12, 2004

Alameda Film Festival
Alameda, CA
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles

November 12 - 20, 2004

L’Alternativa2004
Independent Film Festival of Barcelona
Barcelona, Spain
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Quiet Please

November 18, 2004

Westword
Fresh Film
There's a lot to dig at the Underground Film Festival

Denverite Ronnie Cramer's experimental short Pillow Girl will show alongside more than fifty national and international films, including Jane Doe, Winter Sea, Who Killed Target 1967? and 666: A Gothic Romance. DUFF's frames from the underground will shine on three separate screens through Sunday: Revoluciones Collective Art Space, 3519 North Brighton Boulevard; Theatre du Quirque, 2119 East 17th Avenue; and the Oriental Theater, 4335 West 44th Avenue. All shows are for fans eighteen years and up; tickets are $8 for each film and available at the door. - Kity Ironton

November 18 - 21, 2004

Denver Underground Film Festival
Denver, CO
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Pillow Girl
Named Best Animated Short

December 2004

The Master of Metropolis Recording Ronnie Cramer
The Master of Metropolis
1. The Day Shift
2. 11811
3. Another Meeting
4. Catacombs
5. Ten Hours
6. Tower of Babel
7. Until Tomorrow
8. Maria
9. The Cathedral
10. A Prisoner
11. The Copy is Perfect
12. An Excuse
13. Central Power House
14. Open the Doors
15. Where Are Your Children
16. The Hands, the Brain and the Heart
17. The Master of Metropolis

Recorded November 6, 2004 at the Athens Institute for Contemporary Art | Produced by Ronnie Cramer

December 1 - 5, 2004

Santa Fe Film Festival
Santa Fe, NM
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Pillow Girl

December 2 - 3, 2004

Shock-a-Go-Go Film Festival
Vine Theatre, 6321 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Pillow Girl

December 9 - 12, 2004

Bahamas International Film Festival
Nassau, Bahamas
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Pillow Girl

December 15, 2004

CinemaSlam
Michigan Theater
Ann Arbor, MI
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Highway Amazon

December 18 - 19, 2004

Big Apple Film Festival
Anthology Film Archives
New York, NY
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film 30 Miles

December 29, 2004

Internet Movie Database
Back Street Jane

Infinitely better than 'Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead'

This is a black-and-white, 16 mm, do-it-yourself film noir by Denver's most famous low-budget film auteur Ronnie Cramer. It actually shows some of the same promise as some of Stanley Kubrick's or Sam Fuller's early film noirs from the 50's except it has a very late 80's plot with two sexy female wannabe criminals trying to rip-off a vicious female coke dealer and her two male accomplices. People who have seen this film at all dismiss it as a Tarantino imitation, even though it was made several years before 'Reservoir Dogs' when Tarantino was just another annoying video store clerk. I actually met the director once back in 1992. He was selling this film himself at the time, but it was going nowhere because it was filmed in black-and-white. Unfortunately, after this film he had gotten involved in a truly awful project called 'Even Hitler Had a Girlfriend' which was little more than a lot of shot-on-video footage of some not-very-attractive Denver and Lincoln, Nebraska strippers strung together by the most bare-bones plot imaginable. Still it got a glowing review from 'drive-in movie critic' Joe Bob Briggs and was a big hit, and Cramer would probably STILL be making sequels to it if his male lead Andrew Scott (who I also met once) hadn't been tragically killed in a 7-11 hold-up. (Similar events might well have happened to Kubrick or Fuller if they had had to work in the 1990's DIY film market).

This film isn't as good as Kubrick's 'Killer's Kiss' or Fuller's 'The Naked Kiss' of course, but it's infinitely better than the other Denver noir, the horrible big-budget Andy Garcia movie 'Things to Do in Denver When Your Dead'. It's not wall-to-wall breasts like Cramer's other movies, but it does have a shot of star Sheila Ivy Traister (who I, unfortunately, never did get to meet) in her underwear that's worth all the stripper footage in the other films combined. She is very good and very sexy as the hard-as-nails coke dealer. The ending is truly shocking, even if it is not as effective as it could be due to the (very) low-budget. Cramer's band Alarming Trends does the soundtrack and they're not bad either. See it if you can find it. - Lazarillo






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