- Benedictine University, Lisle, IL, 8/24/15 to 10/10/15, New and Recent work in printmaking and painting. 
 - Large woodcut "Migrant #1" from 2014 will be at this summer's Venice Biennial, as part of the Gulf Labor Coalition's participation, specifically as part of the "52 weeks" project. The "Labor/Migrant/Gulf" exhibit that began in San Diego, organized by Gulf Labor West, continues to circulate. Having appeared in Chicago this past fall, it will next go to Toronto.
 - A renewal of "Children Are The Future" @ California and Bloomingdale, Chicago, originally done 36 years ago (1979) w/ Catherine Cajandig, Celia Radek and youth team, sponsors: Youth Service Project Inc. and Chicago Public Art Group. It was the first mural to use both mixed media, bilingual texts as primary elements, free formed cement and mosaic. The new version will have all of those elements and will again be led by Weber and Cajandig, with a small youth team from YSP, assistants from CPAG, funding through the Trust for Public Land as part of the "606" project that is transforming an unused rail line into walking/biking green space.
 - A monument to the 1966 Open Housing Marches by the Chicago Freedom Movement, led by M.L.King and Chicago activists, for Marquette Park. Weber is collaborating with Sonja Henderson. The monument will feature three steles in carved brick in a plaza with curved benches, close to 67th and Kedzie. Project sponsored by IMAN (Inner City Muslim Action Network) and CPAG. To be completed in 2016 for the 50th anniversary. The project involves over 300 sq. ft. of relief sculpture. Glen Gery Brick of Marseilles, IL, is providing both the clay and the baking.
2016, in progress, to be dedicated Aug 5, 2016 in Marquette Park, Chicago: Memorial to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the Chicago Open Housing campaign of 1966, to be dedicated on the 50th anniversary of the famous march. Carved brick: 3 free standing walls in a plaza