WHAT: The ProCreate Project, the Museum of Motherhood and the Mom Egg Review are partnering for bi-monthly on-line presentations featuring M.A.M.A. – Mothers are Making Art. WHEN: The 1st and the 15th of each month words and images will highlight the joy and the challenges of being both a mother and an artist. WHERE: Online […]
Online classes have started. The Museum of Motherhood is proud to launch online classes in Mother Studies [LINK]. Organized and taught by Martha Joy Rose, BFA, MA, who is a pioneer in the field, the first session will be offered as part of a seven week summer intensive called “Introduction to Mother Studies.” Mother Studies is a field of interdisciplinary […]
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 […]
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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