Stacy Pulice

Events

 

Upcoming Events & Signings


Artists Declare A Climate Emergency

Thursday, May 16th
Home of Adam McKay (address provided upon RSVP)

On behalf of The Climate Mobilization, Stacy will help to facilitate this private gathering of artists and climate activists in Los Angeles in collaboration with Adam McKay, an Oscar-winning writer and director who is dedicated tot elling the truth about the climate emergency. The special event will feature a discussion with David Wallace Wells, author of Uninhabitable Earth and Margaret Klein Salamon, director of The Climate Mobilization. Please contact RSVP@artnotwar.com to receive more details and RSVP.


Panel at Earth’s Call

Sunday, May 19, 2019, 9am-5pm
Aspen Meadows Resort

Along with Margaret Klein Salamon of The Climate Mobilization, Stacy will be a speaker at the upcoming Earth’s Call event in Aspen, Colorado. She will be part of the “Harmonizing the Future” program — a full-day of environmentally-focused panel discussions and breakout sessions. More information is available here.


Previous Events & Signings


Book Signing at Chaucer's Bookstore

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Join Stacy and her friends at Chaucer's Bookstore for a "Listen to the Children: How empowering students can fix our broken schools" book signing.


Pacifica Graduate Institute “Coming Home”

Saturday, May 19, 2018

Join Pacifica Graduate Alumni Association (PGIAA) and Pacifica Graduate Institute (PGI) for a new offering, “Coming Home 2018: Community & Connections – Inspiring Resilience and Hope.”


Book Signing at Tecolote Book Shop

Saturday, May 19, 2018

Come meet Stacy and her friends at Tecolote Book Shop to get your copy of “Listen to the Children: How empowering students can fix our broken schools” signed.


Presentation at AERA

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Stacy will present her research paper, “Teacher Well-being: Care, Connection, Community, and Choice in the Workplace,” at the annual conference of the AERA (American Educational Research Association). The AERA was founded in 1916 by Frederick Douglass as a professional organization representing educational researchers in the United States and around the world.