Mom Residency Highlights Author, Scholar and Media Artist Rebecca Louise Clarke

Those of us here at MOM wanted to let you get to know Rebecca along with her work, thoughts, and insight from our Q&A with her on September 6th, 2021. Be sure to also follow us on social media for updates from her throughout her residency with us!

Things In-between

Of course, one day there will be a museum collection about the pandemic. In fact, they’re working on it right now, collecting the pieces of a crisis as it unfolds in the hope that somehow it won’t get lost in the movement of time, that one day we will see ourselves or have ourselves be seen.

What Makes Us Stronger

We continue to keep our focus high and our voices strong here at MOM. To that end, we had a beautiful weekend in St Petersburg filled with art and celebration as people from all walks of life and far-ranging geographies came to enjoy the MOM Art Annex gardens (featuring art by Luci Westphal from the AEHK neighborhood and in our online store), exhibits, as well as the Feminist Playhouse, where Martha Joy Rose lectured widely on womyn, equality, and mother Studies, while making lemon art. See here our newest acquisitions, conference announcements, podcast mentions, and more information about the Museum of Motherhood activities.

Residencies

The MOM Art Annex Residency Program is open to those students, artists, and scholars engaged in the study of women, m/others, fathers, and families. This live/work space in the heart of downtown St. Petersburg, FL is an opportunity for those wishing to focus for an extended period of time on research, writing, or art-making in a quiet setting, close to amenities, in a supportive environment.