Tali Weinberg's work is held in multiple collections and has been exhibited at the Berkeley Art Museum, the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles, Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art, galleries across the US; and was included in the 2016 Hangzhou Triennial of Fiber Art in Zhejiang Province, China. She has taught and lectured at California College of the Arts (CCA), Penland School of Craft, the Textile Arts Center in NY, and Headlands Center for the Arts. Her current project, investigating climate change as data and lived experience, has been created with the support of a Collins Foundation funded residency at Oregon College of Art and Craft, the Lia Cook Jacquard residency at CCA; a residency at Penland School of Craft; and is now funded by a George Kaiser Family Foundation Tulsa Artist Fellowship . This work has been exhibited in galleries in across the US; and, on invitation, was presented at the California Studies Association’s conference Parched: Dry Times in the Golden State in conversation with community organizers, climate scientists, and geographers, and as part of a panel at the College Art Association on "Feminist Interventions in the Technophere." She holds an MFA from CCA and an MA from New York University.