Maggie Weber Joins the Amplify Arts Team

Amplify Arts ( is excited to welcome Maggie Weber to the position of development director. Weber has previously held positions at Benson Theatre and most recently at Montessori Co-Op School. She brings a wealth of community organizing and development experience to the role. Weber is an artist herself, with a strong passion for supporting the local arts community.

Weber is a muralist and community organizer. As a child, she attended summer art camp in her hometown Shenandoah, IA, along the Wabash Trace Nature Trail, which cultivated her love for art in the outdoors. She owns a small business, Magdalena Murals, and has created public art installations for the past 10 years. Weber is invested in the next generation of creatives and has collaborated with local organizations such as Project Everlast, The Kent Bellows Mentoring Program, and The Montessori Co-Op School to empower young people to pursue their passions. She received her B.A. in Studio Art and Art History from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2014. Weber is a Benson enthusiast and currently serves as vice president of the Benson Neighborhood Association and public art director for Benson First Friday. You can contact Maggie Weber by email at

Amplify Arts (formerly Omaha Creative Institute) is a 501c3 non-profit whose mission is to promote unity, innovation, and progress in the arts to build strong and vibrant communities. To learn more, please visit or call (402) 996-1092.