Speaking Engagements with Pamela Alderman
Book Pamela for an inspiring presentation at your event. At universities and classrooms, museums, auditoriums, and other venues, Pamela has delivered passionate messages on her creative work with sex trafficking awareness, bullying and school violence prevention, and culture care—healing our broken world through art. Pamela's presentations are often coupled with her interactive and collaborative work.
When selecting Pamela for your upcoming event, you can expect the following:
- A prompt return of email or phone inquiries
- A personal phone conversation to discuss how she can best serve your school or organization through the speaking engagement
- A professionally prepared presentation and engaging art opportunity to fit your needs
- Optional radio or TV interviews to promote your event
- A follow up email asking if her services have met your expectations
Contact Pamela for your next event.
It was a pleasure to have Pamela Alderman do two interest-raising presentations at Calvin College: one for the Calvin Academy for Lifelong Learning (CALL) and the Noontime Series in which she showed highlights from her eight-year ArtPrize journey and a short video filmed in Phoenix during the 2015 Super Bowl at her sex trafficking art installation. At the CALL luncheon, she gave an overview of her ArtPrize work and created a finger-painting work of art on the spot. An appreciative audience found that Alderman's artistic vision invites transformation and inspires hope.
Writer and Professor of English Emeritus
Pamela spoke with my university psychology majors, demonstrating such passion for the hurting and broken parts of all human beings, as embodied in her ArtPrize work, Broken Wings. Sometimes, when hurts cut deep, mere words don't suffice but colors, shapes, and artistic images provide a way to express those deepest experiences and hurts and move us a bit toward healing. Pamela powerfully uses creative ways of engaging people to focus on love, grace, kindness, and the common threads of the human experience. My college students and I were very inspired by Pamela as she lives out what it means to love, inspire, and transform pain into opportunities for growth and wellness. Pamela's creativity and social justice perspective call each and every one of us to seek and find our part in the individual and collective healing.
Dr. Nicole McDonald
Professor of Psychology
Cornerstone University, Child and Adolescent Services/Psychology Program