SAVE THE DATE: Thursday, May 7th 7-9pm, 2015 for select readings in NYC and the induction ceremony with special guests. This year we celebrate Amber Kinser and Ann Fessler as women of “Practical and Political Inspiration” for induction to the Motherhood Hall of Fame. These individuals are women of excellence in the area of maternal wellbeing in politics […]
During our time on the Upper East Side of New York City, we hosted over 20,000 visitors in 29 months (2011-2014). These visitors came from all around the world, including Angola, Mexico, Sweden, England, Italy, and France to name a few. Community members from the surrounding neighborhood, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Westchester and Long Island also […]
– Announcing a new exhibit by Anna Kell online here at the Museum of Motherhood- “Nursing Install” is an exploration of mother-work and art. Read more here [CLICK]. – See also two great events this weekend – The 17th Annual Women’s History Conference at Sarah Lawrence College featuring: Worn Out!: Motherwork in the Age of Austerity […]
The Museum of Motherhood (M.O.M.) is an exhibition and education center dedicated to the exploration of family – past, present, and future. We highlight the many roles of women throughout history and in contemporary culture. In our museum space we provide mothers, fathers, youth, caregivers, and mothers-to-be insights into what they will experience as parents and how to handle it. We […]
Dear MOM Friends – I hope this note finds you all well. As you know– The Museum of Motherhood has occupied a great deal of my time and attention for the last 10 years; first as an idea, then in founding the non-profit Motherhood Foundation Inc., and finally in practice, through traveling exhibits and our […]
9th Annual MOM Conference – Museum of Motherhood Call for Papers – “New Maternalisms”: Tales of Motherwork (Dislodging the Unthinkable) – CFP Deadline Extended to January 15th – April 30th, May 1st-2nd, NYC 2015 The purpose of this conference focuses on “new maternalisms” and explores “motherwork” and the invisible labor of caregiving in our everyday lived experiences. How […]
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