MOM Art Annex: Exhibition & Education Center
  • Doula, Midwife or Both?-Anticipating Pregnancy Needs and Birth Plans Today.

    With pregnancy journeys changing in the modern world, offering a vast array of birth plans, classes, and medical options, one can get a bit overwhelmed. Support from Doulas and midwives can potentially help answer questions one may have as a mother, as well as provide additional support along with family and friends throughout this experience, […]

  • Women’s History Month at Manhattan College

    March is Women’s History Month! Find out more about The American Women’s History Initiative, which aims to “amplify women’s voices to honor the past, inform the present and inspire the future.” (Smithsonian Institution: Discover more online here). It seems we are all working towards the same goals. Here at the MOM Pop Up, at Manhattan […]

  • M.A.M.A. 35 – Mothers Pride with Natalie Ramus and Katie Manning

    Natalie Ramus: Artist statement With my exploration of the materiality of the body, I attempt to connect with the innately performative body in view of it’s visceral, abject qualities. Through the re-presentation of bodily materials (such as hair or skin), that have universal familiarity through subjective experience, I am interested in how the gap between viewer […]

  • Welcome 2019 [LINK]

    It is a brand new year. What are we going to focus on in 2019? While work at the Museum of Motherhood continues, we wish you and your family an awesome, healthy, and happy New Year. Remote Internships – The call is going out for remote internships focused on individual projects, online art exhibits, and […]

  • The Journal of Mother Studies 3rd Edition 2018, Residencies, and More

    JOURMS: The Journal of Mother Studies (JourMS) 2018 is currently published online. Special thanks to Candace Lecco for her work as editor and to all our authors and editorial volunteers. Find out more here: LINK                           RESIDENCIES AT MOM ART ANNEX 2019: M. Joy […]

  • Annual Academic MOM Conference, NYC 2019: Rewriting Trauma

    REWRITING TRAUMA & VISIBILITY Motherwork, Pregnancy, and Birth Manhattan College Bronx, NY APRIL 5-6 2019 The MOM Conference 2019 is sponsored by the Lasallian Women and Gender Resource Center and the Manhattan College Department of Sociology Calling all sociologists, women’s, sexuality, and gender scholars, masculinity studies scholars, birth-workers, doctors, maternal psychologists, motherhood and fatherhood scholars, […]

Science

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

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