“There are only four kinds of people in the world—those who have been caregivers, those who are currently caregivers, those who will be caregivers, and those who will need caregivers.” Rosalynn Carter. What is a m/other, if not someone who sees to the wellbeing of her family whenever and if-ever possible? From birth on, the person who both gave us life and also the person who often sees to our care and upbringing are forever linked through body, mind, and psyche to the one’s whom they are connected.
Greetings Friends – MoM wants you to be part of this significant, empowering, and impactful outreach initiative. Help MoM build on our successes with you as our partner. Now is the time for our year-end membership and donation drive. Your memberships and donations are our main source of income, keeping us free and open to the public throughout the year. Because of you, we continue to reach people from around the world with this important project.
MoM is pleased to announce our second quarterly exhibit at The Factory, featuring Mother: the Job by Alexia Nye Jackson. Building Human Capital, Building Human Beings is a multi-media exhibit that includes black and white photos of the jobs mothers perform, writings by mothers and children, and other integrated art forms. These combine to portray the day-to-day life of mothers and the economic systems in which carework is managed. On view at The Factory in St. Pete Nov 23- Jan 24.
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 on the calendar.