Curtis Weber, Ph.D.
Dr. Weber has displayed artwork in galleries
located in: SOHO, Manhattan, NYC, NY; Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown
& Bethlehem, PA; Denver, CO, USA & Hania, Crete, Greece.
He is a volunteer for National
Multiple Sclerosis Society: NYC, NY and Greater
Delaware Valley Chapters, and has provides assistance on a variety of
projects. He is part of the FaceofMS.org
website created in honor of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society's
60th anniversary. Dr. Weber and his family were among the first 60 people
interviewed for the website. The site includes video clips and interviews
of those people whose lives have been impacted by MS - whether directly
by the disease, or indirectly in their roles as caregivers, researchers,
friends and relatives. The site went "live" on March 12, 2006.
On that day, images from the site - including
Dr. Weber's -- were projected onto the walls of the NASDAQ
building on Time Square in New York City. Dr. Weber's image also appears
as part of a national series of billboards, taxi media posters, bus shelter
cards, and mall displays in the National Multiple Sclerosis Society's
Media Campaign (sample).
His artwork has been used in National Multiple Sclerosis Society Conventions,
across the country, as well as in magazines, calendars, and holiday cards.
Dr. Weber speaks at many events and was the keynote Speaker at the Rocky
Mountain MS Center's Annual Convention "The Arts and
Living with MS" held September 17, 2005 at the Arvada
Center for the Arts & Humanities, Denver, Colorado.
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