Beth Curlin Weber
Bruce, First Floor
Office Hours: M–F, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
At Berea College since 1998
Beth Curlin Weber joined Brushy Fork Institute in August 2005. For six years prior, she was a development writer for College Relations at Berea College. Before coming to Berea, Beth lived and worked in Estill County and was editor of the Citizen Voice and Times. As well as the publication winning numerous Kentucky Press Awards for writing, photography, and community involvement, Beth received grants from the Kentucky Foundation for Women and the Kentucky Council for the Arts for a book about breast cancer survivors. She also won an award from the Kentucky Farm Bureau for her agricultural series about family farms. She has done other freelance writing for publications such as Arts Across Kentucky, and she also regularly contributes articles for the Berea Citizen. Beth served 5 years on the board of the Berea Arts Council and lives in Berea with her husband, Paint Lick chairmaker and blacksmith, Don Weber.They enjoy 16 acres of woods in the Cartersville area of Garrard County.