USA: Low Rent or No-Rent MOM Residency Program:
The M.O.M. Art Annex Residency Program is open to those students, artists, and scholars engaged in the study of women, mothers, fathers, and families. This live/work space in the heart of downtown St. Petersburg, Fl is an opportunity for those wishing to focus on research, writing, or art-making in a quiet setting, close to amenities, in a supportive environment. If you just want to visit, without the residency, you can also search out onsite roommate opportunities by contacting us directly at info@MOMmuseum.org
Applicants must go through a vetting process in order to best determine compatibility with the residency program. Once accepted, the resident is expected to spend focused time on an independent study project as well as contribute in some way to the Museum; art-making, doing research or sharing through social media. In exchange, residents will be able to live and work at little or no cost at M.O.M.
The property includes one guest cottage with a queen bed, rustic bathroom, kitchen, and other amenities. Laundry is available onsite, as are bicycles for transportation. Residencies are flexible and available for two weeks to two months (negotiable) according to the project.
If you are interested in this program, please write M. Joy Rose directly at info@MOMmuseum.org. The application form is located at the bottom of this page.
We require one outside reference and a proposal for the work you plan on conducting onsite. Send these directly as a follow-up under the header REFERENCES once you have filled out the application below and heard back from us.
Community Activist Initiative as part of each MOM Residency
- 300-500 blog describing your perspective and goals as an artist of scholar and what your work is about. Send to us via email along with your photo to be posted online two weeks prior to Residency
- 2 social media posts with images or text to be shared online FB, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest
- Organize one art or other project to be left onsite at MOM or conduct a community activity virtually or onsite during your stay
The MOM ART ANNEX has a guest cottage on its property located in Historic Kenwood. The guest cottage is a fully equipped tiny house experience. Expect to create a quiet, comfortable and soul-renewing experience. Work on your project, research, write, paint, and more. The Annex is 2.5 miles from downtown Beach Drive and 6.5 miles from Treasure Island Beach and is also a short drive from Eckerd College, University of South Florida, and the University of Tampa for those looking for academic affiliation. The St Petersburg Library is within walking distance of M.O.M. and the Andrea O’Reilly Library and Reading Room onsite contains hundreds of books and DVDs on the subjects of motherhood, gender studies, feminism, and family. APPLY FOR RESIDENCY USING THE FORM BELOW.
Welcome Tracy Sidesinger, PsyD as our new Residency Coordinator. Tracy is a psychoanalytic psychologist, currently practicing virtually from Brooklyn and upstate New York. Her writing and practice focus on gender and sexuality, maternal mental health, spirituality, and the arts. She is involved in the community psychoanalysis movement which makes psychological care accessible to all as a matter of social justice and equity