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Amy Foxman Silbert, American clinical art therapist. Recipient 1st Place award traffic light design City Monterrey, California, 1973. Governor intern United States Congress, Washington, 1973.

Background

Silbert, Amy Foxman was born on July 11, 1953 in Augusta, Georgia, United States. Daughter of Elliott and Anita Foxman.

Education

Bachelor in Design, University of California at Los Angeles, 1976. Master of Arts, Loyola Marymount University, 1990.

Career

Art director, advertising manager Unico American Corporation, Los Angeles, 1976-1978. Freelance graphic artist, art specialist, teacher, 1979-1982. Volunteer coordinator, teacher Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, 1983-1986.

Art specialist Art Reach, University of California at Los Angeles California Arts Council, 1983-1984. Editor in chief Graduate Achievement Preparation Service, Santa Monica, California, 1985-1987. Teacher coordinator art exhibit Hebrew Union College, Los Angeles, 1984.

Guest children's television programs, 1970-1984.

Membership

Governor intern United States Congress, Washington, 1973.

Connections

Married Philip Silbert, September 6, 1987. Children: Sean Kenneth, Karen Debra, Samantha Danielle.