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 daughterContinue reading “M.A.M.A. Issue 26: Welcomes the NEW YEAR – 2018 with Melissa Thomas and Megan Merchant”
Category Archives: Literature
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, asContinue reading “MAMA by Elisabeth Schön Words by Judy Swann [CLICK]”
Submit to The Mother Load – Essays About Art and Motherhood: Extended deadline Oct. 15 [CLICK]
Women will never stop discussing the complexities around being a mother and what motherhood (in its many forms) means for their professional life. Within the arts, there are a wide range of disciplines, each with their own subjective ways of determining an artist’s level of success. As individual artists, how do we define success within ourContinue reading “Submit to The Mother Load – Essays About Art and Motherhood: Extended deadline Oct. 15 [CLICK]”
About the Artist & Founder
M. Joy Rose is a musician, concert promoter, museum founder, and fine artist. Her work has been published across blogs and academic journals, and she has performed with her band Housewives On Prozac on Good Morning America, CNN, and the Oakland Art & Soul Festival to name a few. She is the NOW-NYC recipient of the Susan B. Anthony Award, her Mamapalooza Festival Series has been recognized as “Best in Girl-Power Events” in New York, and her music has appeared on the BIllboard Top 100 Dance Charts. Her current live/work space in Kenwood is devoted to the exploration of mother-labor as performance art.