The Museum of Motherhood, the ProCreate Project, the Mom Egg Review, and the Mother Magazine are pleased to announce the launch of a bi-monthly international exchange of ideas and art. M.A.M.A. will celebrate the notion of being “pregnant with ideas” in new ways. 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 creative, the academic, the para-academic, the digital, and the real, as well as the everyday: wherever you live, work, and play, the Art of Motherhood is made manifest. Download the Press Release here or read about updated initiatives. #JoinMAMA @ProcreateProj @MOMmuseum @TheMomEgg
February 1, 2017: “In Her Own Words,” with Giraffe by Laura Sloan Patterson
July 1, 2016: “Exploring Womanhood,” – Alex March
June 1, 2016: “Sonogram,” Susan Vespoli
May 1, 2016: “The Physical World,” by Nadia Colburn. Featured artist Beth Grossman
April 1, 2016: Minna Dubin
February 15, 2016: “On Friday Nights,” by Gabriella Burman. Featured artist, Dagmara Bilon
February 1, 2016:
January 15, 2016: “M/other Voices for the New Year,” by Martha Joy Rose. Featured artist, Rachel Fallon
January 1, 2016: “Pregnant with Meaning,” by Anelie Crighton. Featured artist, Sara Irvin
December 1, 2015: “Close to the Heart,” by Nancy Cook. Featured artist, Beth Goobic
November 15, 2015: “Burst,” by Kristin Procter. Featured Artist, Ruchika Wason Singh
November 1, 2015: “Waiting For Words,” by Cynthia Patton. Featured Artist, Sarah Nicolls
October 15, 2015: “Mirror, Mirror,” by Sandra Ramos Obriant. Featured Artist, Nusa Pavko
October 1, 2015: “Elderly Prima Gravida,” by Autumn Stephens. Featured Artist, Sabrina Mahfouz.
September 15, 2015: “Reflections of a Multicultural Mom,” by Margaret Rapp. Art by Louise Camrass.
September 1, 2015: “Good Enough to Eat,” by Becky Tipper. Featured artist, Lynn Lu.
August 1, 2015: “Reflections on Maternal Thinking,” by Jenny N. Featured artist, Kerry Stammers “Maternal Nest.“
July 1, 2015: “Ain’t I a Woman? Matricentric Feminism, Feminist Mamas, and Why Mothers Need a Feminist Movement/Theory of Their Own” by Andrea O’Reilly. Featured artist, Nicola Canavan with photos by Dawn Felicia Knox.
June 1, 2015: “The Invisibility and Marginality of Motherwork” by Roksana Badruddoja. Featured artist, Claire Hickey.
Roksana Badruddoja at Sarah Lawrence