|2000||Appointed committee member of the National Research Council (NRC) Committee on Information Technology and Creativity under the Computer Science and Telecommunications Board beginning May, 2000 and ending December, 2001.|
|1997||Winner of the 1996 CP Recognition Program-Design for Bell Labs Technical Journal WWW. Lucent Technologies, Bell Labs Innovations.|
|1996||The Art Historian’s Computer, Scientific American ’95 selected as one of the Notable Essays of the Year. “Best American Essays” Beacon Press.|
|1995||Re-Inventing the Emblem: Contemporary Artists Recreate a Renaissance Idea, Yale University Art Gallery. Jan. – Mar. 1995. Catalogue.|
|1993||Making The Right Connections, The Computerworld Smithsonian Awards Program. Lecture Hall, The S. Dillon Ripley Center at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.|
|1992||Nominated ComputerWorld Smithsonian Awards in three Categories: Computerized Art; Virtual Reality; Media and Arts Entertainment.|
|1991||Creative Art Design Design Journal NO.36. Seoul, KOREA.|
|1990||Academia mundi scientiis et litteris dedita: verum eximium deque suis muneribus ad humanitatis progressum optime meritum TV, World Academy of Art and Sciences.|
|1988||Elected Fellow World Academy of Science and Art.Images Du Futur 88 Edite par La Cite des Arts et des Nouvelles Technologies de Montreal, Canada. Created Poster for Exhibition.Soggy ceremonies launch ’88 class – Lillian Feldman Schwartz receives doctoral hood during commencement, Star-Ledger. Received “Honorary Doctoral Degree in The Humanities.”|
|1985||Creativity-85 Art Directors Magazine Certificate of Distinction for The Museum of Modern Art PSA.Information Film Producers of America Cindy Award for The Museum of Modern Art PSA.
27th Annual American Film Festival Award The Museum of Modern Art PSA.
|1982||NEA Grant Computer video art. 3 Degrees K. Music by E. Ghent.|
|1981||CARTHAGE. 1/2 hour documentary on the excavations of Carthage. Funded by The Corporation For Public Broadcasting and The Explorer’s Club.Computer Animation created at AT&T Bell Laboratories.Academici of Italy Con Medaglia D’oro Academiciens of Italy, Gold Medal.|
|1980||The Lathe of Heaven Special effects. Received Academy Award with Ed Emschwiller for Special Effects.
TROIS VISAGE received award from Victor Company of Japan.
|1979||L’OISEAU received award from Suspended Animation-And/Or.Corporation For Public Broadcasting Grant to Produce-Direct a one-hour special on CARTHAGE.|
|1978||POET OF HIS PEOPLE Pablo Neruda Director’s & Writer’s award.
L’OISEAU Director’s & Purchase award at Sinking Creek Film Festival.
New Jersey Artist of The Month Douglas College.Award-winning films, McCarter Theatre.
NASA Goddard Space Flight CenterMaryland.Commission to produce computer-generated film for IBM Achievement Forum, Florida.
THE ARTIST AND THE COMPUTER AT&T. Received Cine Golden Eagle.
|1977||Independent American Filmmakers : Southern Circuit “Grant National Endowment For The Arts.”Award-Winning Films McCarter Theatre. ANIMATION AND EDUCATION Directed/fR Moderated for ICA. Commission.|
|1976||Award-Winning Films McCarter Theatre, Princeton, N.J.|
|1974||METAMORPHOSIS Sinking Creek Festival Award.Cannes Film Festival XXVIieme Festival International du Film, “MUTATIONS”.|
|1973||MUTATIONS, “National Academy of Television, Arts, & Sciences.”APOTHEOSIS, “Foothills Film Festival.
“MUTATIONS, “CINE Golden Eagle”, Washington, D.C.
“APOTHEOSIS, “Sinking Creek Film Celebration.”International Film Festival, Edinburgh. Award and group.
|1972||ENIGMA awarded Special Award for Special Effects by National Academy of Television, Arts, & Sciences.
ENIGMA received 1st in animation at Foothills.
U.F.O.’s, “International ICOGRADA Jury Award.” Schwartz sponsored by AT&T. Oberhausen.
U.F.O.’s received honorable mention award at Sinking Creek Film Festival.Museum of Modern Art, Film showing of award-winning films from Zagreb Film Festival. Group.
ENIGMA award for excellence at Festival International du Cinema en 16 mm. de Montreal.
ENIGMA award 5th Annual Monterey Independent Film Festival.
PIXILLATION “Midwest Film Festival”.
|1971||U.F.O.’s received 1st award at Ann Arbor Film Festival.PIXILLATION received CINE Golden Eagle Award.
PIXILLATION selected by the Smithsonian Institute & The United States Department of Commerce, Travel Services for Man & His World at the Montreal Expo ’71. Award & Group.
PIXILLATION Awarded Red Ribbon for Special Effects by the National Academy Television, Arts, & Sciences.
PIXILLATION special award IFIP congress in Yugoslavia.International Film Festival, Germany.
PIXILLATION selected by CINE to represent USA. Group and award.Montreal Film Festival.
|1969||National Academy – American Watercolor Society., New York.|