Artemis has done field research in ancient dance, Middle Eastern dance
and Romany (Gypsy) dance in Turkey, Romania, Czech Republic, Spain,
France, England, Morocco, Tunisia, Germany, Slovenia, Italy, Egypt and
Greece. Her collection of antique pictures of women and dancers from
North Africa and the Middle East and of the Roma throughout the world is one of the largest in the United States and some
illustrations have been used by the International Encyclopedia of
Dance, the Smithsonian Institution, the largest Romany Museum in the
world (in the Czech Republic), the Romany archives at the University of
Texas collected by Ian Hancock, all the major Middle Eastern Dance
publications and in several books.
Artemis is listed in the International Dance Council (CID) Who's Who of Dance. Her photograph can be found in the International Encyclopedia of Dance
under the listing for "danse du ventre" (which translates to "Belly
dance") which is produced by the Oxford University Press. She has won
the "Ethnic Dancer of the Year Award" presented by the International
Academy of Middle Eastern Dance (IAMED) and the "Most Popular Ethnic
Dancer Award" from Zaghareet Magazine.