Mark Weber Fund
“I’m proud to have spent my career teaching art at STLCC. I value the education this college provides, and I’m excited to create this scholarship to help students achieve their artistic and educational goals.” - Mark Weber
For more than 30 years, Mark Weber has helped create an environment at St. Louis Community College that embraces and appreciates the arts. In an effort to honor his legacy and support aspiring artists at the Wildwood campus, the St. Louis Community College Foundation established the Mark Weber Scholarship Fund in 2019. Photos from this event are featured below.
The Foundation is currently seeking additional funds to the Mark Weber Scholarship. If you would like to give to this scholarship, donations can be made online, via payroll deduction, by phone or mail.
About Weber’s Career
Mark Weber began his career at STLCC in 1988 as an adjunct faculty member. In 1995, he was hired full time at Forest Park. In 2008, he was tapped to build the fine arts program at the Wildwood campus.
During his tenure, he helped create an environment that embraces and appreciates art. From curating the outdoor sculpture park to managing the indoor art collection, serving as the faculty mentor for the Fine Arts Club, and hosting numerous student art exhibits, his impact on the campus community has been profound.
Weber spearheaded numerous fine arts initiatives over the years, including helping student artists show and sell their work in the community through the Fine Arts Club Gallery Program. He also worked to infuse cultural opportunities into the student experience through his role as the global education coordinator. His involvement with these initiatives enabled dozens of students to gain unique experiences – both on campus and around the world.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in fine arts from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and a master’s degree in fine arts from Washington University in St. Louis. Throughout his career, he has participated in nearly two dozen solo art exhibitions and more than 50 group exhibitions. His artwork has been displayed in numerous public and private collections, including the Nelson-Atkins Museum in Kansas City, Ralston Purina, and Hunan Normal University in Changsha, China.