Pamela's ArtPrize Installations

ArtPrize is the world's largest open art competition, drawing more than 500,000 visitors to Grand Rapids, Michigan. Since its inception, veteran ArtPrize artist Pamela Alderman has become known for creating situational art that focuses on various social issues. These participatory art projects invite individuals into healing processes as they engage in art-making. As a result, the public has voted Pamela's work as a top finalist for seven consecutive years, including top 20 in 2015. These popular installations have also traveled to different places, including university campuses, Phoenix during the Super Bowl, and the Pentagon in Washington D.C.

Pamela captures and conveys personal topics with truthful integrity. Her artistic style connects sometimes difficult subject matter with audiences through raw relational emotion in a voice of hope, triumph, and inspiration.

Chad LeRoux
Executive Corporate Director of Marketing
Amway Hotel

Are you interested in hosting a transformative hands-on exhibition, presentation, or creative program for your organization or community? Contact Pamela.

Yellow Ribbon

veteran support

Broken Wings

school violence

Let Go

mental wellness

Hometown Hero

community heroes

The Scarlet Cord

sex trafficking

Wing and a Prayer

prejudice reduction

Courage Ablaze

refugee advocacy

Braving the Wind

cancer story

Woman in Red

women's health

Companions

culture care

Over 350,000 individuals have participated in Pamela's hands-on installations over the first ten years of ArtPrize. Drawing on her own journey towards restoration, her popular work continues to expand to new communities, focusing on finding solutions to life's challenges. Contact Pamela today to commission an interactive exhibit, virtual experience, or inspiring presentation—utilizing art as a healing tool.