Mothers, Mothering, Motherhood
  • Hello From Cortney – M.O.M.’s Spring Semester 2018 Intern

    Hello, My name is Cortney Roquemore. I am a senior at the University of South Florida St.Petersburg. I major in psychology. I am proudly doing my spring internship at (M.O.M.). (Museum Of Motherhood). M.O.M. is not just a museum, but it’s an empowering facility that shares the “information and education about the art, history, and […]

  • M.A.M.A. Welcomes the NEW YEAR – 2018 with Melissa Thomas and Megan Merchant

    Artist: Melissa Thomas Last month Melissa Thomas had a piece of reflective non-fiction writing published on the Mom Egg Review website in relation to her salt labyrinths work. Her latest projects some are due to be exhibited at the Shelf gallery in Cambridge, England in January 2018. The Mother and the Lemon. As the sun glows, radiantly flowing through the bedroom window, my daughter […]

  • Schedule Your Visit to MOM in January 2018 [Click]

    VISIT MOM: Help us celebrate ONE YEAR at our new location in St. Pete! The M.O.M. Art Annex has enjoyed visitors from all over the country. To schedule a visit with us in January 2018 sign up online here or write us: info@MOMmuseum.org By checking the above box, I agree that I am participating in a tour […]

  • MAMA: Art Interview with Mother Artist Carla Danes; Poetry by Hannah Brockbank [LINK]

    A VISIT WITH CARLA DANES: I want to share an artist love story. This goes back twenty-something years. When I lived in SoHo, New York in a funky six-flight walk-up loft, there was an amazing woman who took care of toddlers in her home on Crosby Street. After having my first, and then my second […]

  • Raising Awareness of Hyperemesis Gravidarum [LINK]

    Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG) is a debilitating and potentially life-threatening pregnancy-related illness impacting two percent (underreported) of pregnant women globally. HG often begins by week six of pregnancy and includes malnutrition, rapid weight loss, dehydration, limited mobility and psychological trauma due to unrelenting nausea and vomiting with potentially adverse consequences for moms and babies. HG significantly […]

  • MAMA by Elisabeth Schön Words by Judy Swann [CLICK]

    The ProCreate Project, the Museum of Motherhood and the Mom Egg Review are pleased to announce the 24th edition of this scholarly discourse intersects with the artistic to explore the wonder and the challenges of motherhood. Using words and art to connect new pathways between the academic, the para-academic, the digital, and the real, as […]

Science

M.O.M. creates exhibits and shares information about conception, procreation, and the science of the human body

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