Miles Conrad, BHT

BHT Manager

Miles brings extensive experience managing behavioral health, chemical dependency, and public health programs supporting at-risk and under-served populations. Miles infuses this work with compassion and hope cultivated over the course of his longstanding recovery from trauma, PTSD, and addiction.

Additionally, Miles has maintained an award-winning art practice with multiple exhibitions locally and nationally. His work is featured in the permanent collections at the Tucson Museum of Art and at Process Museum. He has extensive experience teaching art in university, post-graduate, and continuing education settings.


  • 2009 ¬† ¬†MFA- Painting- San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA
  • 2000 ¬† ¬†Citizen Leaders Institute- Center for Ethical Leadership, Seattle, WA
  • 1999 ¬† ¬†BA Liberal Arts- Non Profit/Human Services Leadership ‚Äď Antioch University Seattle, WA
  • 1992 ¬† ¬†BFA- Studio Arts- California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA



  • 2016 ¬† ¬†Lifetime Achievement Award, International Encaustic Artists
  • 2012 ¬† ¬†Artist in Residence, Process Museum, Tucson, AZ
  • 2011 ¬† ¬†Award of Excellence, Contemporary Art Society, Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ
  • 2009 ¬† ¬†Juror‚Äôs Choice Award, City Council, Long Beach, CA
  • 2007 ¬† ¬†Honorable Mention, National Encaustic Exhibit, Montserrat College of Art, Beverly

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