MoM is Open at The Factory in St. Pete

We are thrilled to open our doors at our new location in the arts district of St. Petersburg, Florida. Make sure to plan a trip to The Factory and schedule your visit today! Our doors are open to everyone – by donation~ Some events are pre-registration only. They are notated below.

Monday: 5-10 PM Motherhood in Motion; The Mother Founders marching from the past towards the future. Sign up for a class $25. Special film screenings, and private group tours (Pre-Registration Required)

Tuesday-Saturday: 12 PM – 7 PM (See our schedule to determine which hours require pre-registration)

Tuesdays: 11 AM – 12:30 PM Empowerment for All- Mothers Club. Join the Mothers’ Club / 4-7 PM Neurodiverse-friendly for those craving a quiet, low-stimulation experience. (Pre-Registration Required)

Sunday: Book your private event with us!


First Thursday: 6-7 PM Women in the Arts (week before Second Saturday (Pre-Registration Required)

Fourth Thursday: 12-2 PM Book group/collage making (Pre-Registration Required)

First Saturday: 12-2 PM Birth Cafe (Every month – Pre-Registration Required)

Second Saturday: Art Walk 5-8:30 (Every month – open to all) 

Third Saturday: 2-3PM History on a cushion for ages 5-up. Spend an hour learning about herstory + playtime (Pre-Registration Required)

A Year’s Worth of Exhibits

Sept- Oct 2023Motherhood in Motion; action & embodiment – featuring the art of Amy Wolf. The seesaw; practicing balance & cooperation in a civil society, and the Founding Mothers (of sociology and beyond)

November -Jan 2023Mother The Job; 1950’s to Present– featuring the works of Alexia Nye Jackson along with multidisciplinary community narratives.

Feb-April 2024Threads of Connection- MoM conference featuring: I’m sorry/not sorryconfronting mother blame and healing in contemporary culture and beyond– featuring the Mother Tree by Helen Hiebert & Madison Hendry.

May- July 2024Interiors – Goddesses & the Geography of a Woman: featuring Christen Clifford and the Goddesses of Malta.

Write us: with any questions!

Grand Opening MoM at The Factory


WHO: The Museum of Motherhood (MoM) – empowering women and mothers to take their rightful place in the museum world.

WHAT: Motherhood in Motion; embodiment in action- One of four quarterly exhibitions featuring the art, science, and history of women, mothers, and families inclusive of all reproductive identities at our new space in the Warehouse District.

WHERE: The Factory, 2622 Fairfield Ave S, St. Petersburg, FL 33712

WHEN: Grand opening September 9th, 2023 (Second Saturday Art Walk) 6-8PM

HOURS: 12-7 PM (last visitor 6:15PM) Monday-Saturday. Sunday by appointment only.

PH: 977-711-MOMS (6667).

Motherhood In Motion; embodiment in action- presents interactive installations that celebrate the transformative journey of women, m/others, and families reimagining women’s place and progress in society.

MORE ABOUT MoM: The Museum of Motherhood (MoM) is the first and only exhibition and education center devoted to the art, science and history of women, mothers and families inclusive of all reproductive identities. MOM is organized and activated by our community. We support evolving, interdisciplinary perspectives within the field of mother studies while working with partners around the world. The MOM Art Annex 501c3 non-profit serves as the incubator for increasing the footprint and impact of MoM in St. Petersburg, Florida. We celebrate the complexities and joys women and mothers as they take their rightful place in the museum world.

Please join us as we celebrate the power and resilience of mothers, others, and families embracing the complex web of interconnectedness that binds us all. Motherhood In Motion beckons visitors to explore, learn, and participate in new narratives that forge a collective future that embodies the values of education, compassion, and care for our planet and for each other.

We are especially pleased to highlight the works of Amy Wolf as our featured artist. Her ‘wearable artwork’ collection’s theme of “reincarnation/transmutation” is based on her practice of transforming found, reclaimed and ordinary materials into something unexpected. She has shown her work both locally and nationally since 2018 and was a 2023 Creative Pinellas Emerging Artist grantee, as well as a 2021 emerging Florida CraftArt artist. In 2022, she was the recipient of both an individual artist grant from The St. Petersburg Arts Alliance and a Gobioff Foundation microgrant. In addition to art exhibits, MoM will feature women in history, the science of motherhood, a discussion area, special programming, interactive exhibits, a film by founder Martha Joy Rose, sculptures by Sallie Hackett Brown, and a library as well as a vibrant store focused on MoM’s mission.


Storm Watch – We Are Standing By

Hello World! In 2011, the Museum of Motherhood’s opening in Manhattan was delayed due to Hurricane Irene. Now, twelve years and 1,155.3 miles later, we are once again in the midst of mother nature’s impending tropical expression.

What will happen? Who knows? But, our new home at The Factory has sent out a memo that they will be closed tomorrow (Tuesday), Sept. 29th. In the meantime, the people of St. Petersburg and Southern Florida are prepping for the worst. We are taking our furry friends, our possessions, and our family of friends and battening down the hatches!

In the interest of storm prep, we will delay our opening until this most recent activity has passed. We will keep you posted. Stay safe everyone! Love MoM XoXoXo

Great Things Coming!

We have been working over the past few weeks to make the transition from our offices- where our permanent collection has lived for the last seven years at the MOM Art Annex to our new location at The Factory in the Warehouse District in St. Pete.

Only a mile from our current spot, heading south on 28th St., take a left at the decorative art pole on Fairfield Ave, and go a few hundred yards to a small parking area where a rainbow sidewalk appears. Walking through the double doors at 2622 Fairfield Ave., the Fairgrounds and Daddy Cool Records are on your left – then, to the right and up the ramp is the new Museum of Motherhood location! Whoo hoo.

This move signifies a huge leap for MoM in the state of Florida. As a woman-owned organization focused on art, community, culture, and education in a climate that holds so much potential, we aim to cultivate relationships based on inclusion, love, and empowerment. This means holding space that is both safe and welcoming.

We do our best, all the time.

We invite you to participate in this new grand experiment in St. Petersburg, Florida (and online), as the Museum of Motherhood explores women’s place and progress in Western society. Together, we will collectively develop new notions of what it means to grow and collaborate together while celebrating our shared legacy of birth, life, and death on this planet.

Join us in our unwavering journey to inform and inspire!

Welcome Please Our Newest Intern

Graziella Pierangeli s a senior English/Museum studies major at Bryn Mawr College. She is passionate about recognizing the academic and personal achievements of women throughout history. She has worked on projects highlighting the important work done by women scientists, on the role of motherhood in ancient Greek tragedies, and the unique perspective of lesbian authors. When she isn’t working at MoM, she can be found tutoring at the Bryn Mawr Writing Center, taking long walks around campus, or reading a science fiction novel. She is so excited to be included in the founding mothers project!

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