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FELLOWSHIPS, AWARDS, GRANTS AND HONORS
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON BETH AMES SWARTZ

Fellowships, Awards, Grants and Honors:

New York, NY - 2003
Veteran Feminists of America, Medal of Honor
 
Phoenix, AZ - 2001
Recipient, Governor's Arts Award, the highest honor in Arizona for one individual who may be a visual or performing artist or a writer.
 
Snowmass Village, CO - 2000
Anderson Ranch, Artist in Residence
 
Phoenix, AZ - 1994
Founder, Culture Care , an international, non-profit organization sponsoring The Sacred Souls Project, to identify, support and honor individuals who demonstrate positive human societal values
 
New York, NY - 1994
Awarded Flow Fund grant for discretionary philanthropic use for non-personal benefit
 
New York, NY - 1994
Panelist, College Art Association, Art, Earth and Medicine: A Healing Approach
 
New York, NY - 1993
Panelist, The Sacred in the Arts Conference
 
New York, NY - 1992
Speaker, MedArts Conference, Research Study on A Moving Point of Balance
 
Stinson Beach, CA - 1991
Speaker, Symposium, Art as a Healing Force
 
New Harmony, IN - 1990
Keynote Speaker, Art and Healing Conference
 
Phoenix, AZ - 1988
Co-Founder, International Friends of Transformative Art (IFTA), an international, non-profit organization for positive global change
 
Payson, AZ - 1988, '87
Project Coordinator, Rim Institute, Transformative Artist's Conference and Workshop
 
Phoenix, AZ - 1985
Governor's Award, Outstanding Women of Arizona - Women Who Create
 
Sun Valley, ID - 1980
Sun Valley Center for the Arts & Humanities, Artist in Residence, The Awesome Space: The Inner and Outer Landscape
 
Hawaii National Park, HI - 1979
Volcano Art Center, Artist in Residence
 
Phoenix, AZ - 1978, '77
Named Master Teacher by State Department of Public Instruction
 
Phoenix, AZ - 1978, '77
Educational Grant for Inquiry Into Fire, Arizona Commission on Arts and Humanities