Trinity University’s Department of Art and Art History is pleased to present a Stieren Arts Enrichment event featuring a special premiere of Marnie Weber’s latest short film, “The Cabin of Mothra Crone,” 2021. The film is available for a limited time from March 11–27 to stream through Vimeo or here on the artist’s webpage at marnieweber.com/mothracrone
“The Cabin of Mothra Crone” was filmed using an iPhone at Lake Arrowhead, California and includes wild animal footage from security cameras. The film’s narrative follows an old artist crone who lives alone in a deep forest cabin where she is visited by a curious monkey and a mysterious moth. It operates as a self-portrait through character exploration, as Weber herself performs the roles of the three main characters.
Upcoming On-Site Film Screenings
March 23, 6–9pm, Mike Kelley, “Day Is Done,” Ruth Taylor Recital Hall, Dicke Art Building
March 26, 1–3pm, Marnie Weber, “The Day of Forevermore,” Ruth Taylor Recital Hall, Dicke Art Building
These programs are made possible through the generosity of Jane and the late Arthur Stieren.
All events are free and open to the public.
This special premiere is held in conjunction with the exhibition: Marnie Weber, Unreal Paradise: Collage Works from 1992 to 2022, on view at Trinity University’s Neidorff Gallery until March 26th.