Pamela Woolford speaking at Black Bottom Film Festival at August Wilson Cultural Center in Pittsburgh. Her film Generation had been one of 20 official selections, alongside Idris Elba's directorial debut Yardie and Academy Award nominees If Beale Street Could Talk and Hale County This Morning, This Evening.

AUTHOR,  FILMMAKER,  STORYTELLER
DISCUSSION LEADER
performing & installation ARTist

A 2019 CHANGEMAKER CHALLENGE WINNER FOR HER BIG IDEA SPARKING SOCIAL CHANGE

Pamela Woolford presenting at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab as a Changemaker Challenge finalist. She is the winner of a 2019 Changemaker Challenge Award for her big idea sparking social change in Howard County, Maryland. (Music: "Zoot Suit" by OkCello).

Pamela Woolford will deliver 
the 2020 Bisson Lecture in the Humanities at Marymount University

She has presented and participated in panel and Q-&-A discussions for:
Antioch University Salon (hosted by Grace Cavalieri)
CR8:BLK Black Women Cinema Week 
Black Bottom Film Festival
Horizon Foundation & United Way of Central Maryland
Kwanzaa in August: Unboxed and Unbound Films
Little Patuxent Review
North Beach American Film Festival
Robinson Nature Center
St. John Baptist Church
Visionary Women, The Journey: Art About Women By Women 
Women of the Lens Film Digital Broadcast Festival
Women Writers of Color Brunch (hosted by Marita Golden)
Pamela Woolford is available to give a speech, reading, or presentation, lead a seminar, or participate on a panel in areas relating to the arts and humanities, her work as an interdisciplinary artist, and her life as a multidisciplinary storyteller and Black woman in America working for social change. To inquire about booking her, please fill out the form below.
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