Marie Weaver is an artist who specializes in book arts, printmaking, painting and graphic design. Weaver holds a Bacehlor of Arts from the University of Vermont and a Masters in Fine Art from Syracuse University. Her career began as an apprentice to renowned Vermont printmaker Sabra Field. She was an associate professor of design at UAB's Department of Art and Art History for several years.
In 1998 and 1999 Weaver received faculty development grants from UAB for her projects "A New Codex: Books as Subject in the Digitized Age", and "Looking for the Book at the Beginning of the Twenty-First Century.". In 1999 she was awarded the UAB President's Award for Excellence in Teaching for the School of Arts and Humanities.
In 2003, "The Marie Weaver and Steve Harvey Endowed Scholarship Fund for Graphic Design" was set up by the UAB in honor of Weaver and her husband, Stephen C. Harvey, a professor of biochemistry and molecular genetics.
Weaver currently lives and works in Atlanta.
- "A Compass to Steer By" (1995) UAB Visual Arts Gallery
- "This Day in History" (1995) Annual organized by Brian Hannon which also exhibited the work of Miriam Cassell, Ted Clausen, Adriane Herman, Mary Ellen Long and Claire Jeanine Satin among many others.
- "Twelve" UAB Faculty Exhibition. UAB Visual Arts Gallery.
- UpSouth (1999) traveled to several venues across Birmingham, including Space One Eleven, the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, the UAB Visual Arts Gallery, and Agnes. It showed the work of Weaver along with artists Emma Amos and Willie Cole and writer bell hooks, as well as Ann Benton, Priscilla Hancock Cooper, Karen Graffeo, Lee Isaacs, Mary Ann Sampson and Jess Marie Walker.
- "Graphically Speaking Women" (2001) Space One Eleven
- "Four Voices: Echoes" (2001) with Janice Kluge, Lucy Jaffe, and Sonja Rieger. Bare Hands Gallery
- "Engendered Species" (2005), Bare Hands Gallery
- She won an award of merit at the 2005 Magic City Art Connection
- Weaver, Marie "Aging" (1995) Number 1 of 1, University of Alabama. Center For Book Arts, Brian Hannon, coordinator.
- Weaver's "Alive at the B Complex" was used on the cover of the September 8-21, 2005 issue of Black & White.
- Finke, Gail Deibler (2001) White Graphics: The Power of White in Graphic Design. Gloucester, Massachusetts: Rockport Publishers. ISBN 1564967247
- Appelhof, Ruth Stevens (2001) “Graphically Speaking Women,” Space One Eleven Gallery Paper
- hooks, bell, Emma Amos and Antoinette Spanos Nordan (1999) UpSouth. exhibition catalogue. Birmingham: University of Alabama.
- Raabe, Nancy (January 22, 1999) "UpSouth Showcases quality of Southern art." Birmingham News. City Scene.
- Rosen, Dorah (March 11, 1999) "UpSouth: Feast for the eyes, heart, mind and spirit." Birmingham Weekly.
- Raabe, Nancy. (January 14, 2001) "Space One Eleven’s show for Birmingham women." Birmingham News.
- Monitor, Leigh Anne (January 19, 2001) "Exhibit focuses on women behind the scenes." Birmingham Post-Herald.
- Nelson, James (October 2, 2005) "Established Artists Unite, Bring Uniqueness To Art Gallery." Birmingham News.
- Dallow, Jessica (January/February 2006) "Engendered Species." Art Papers Reviews. p. 55-56
 External links
- Marie Weaver website