M.A.M.A. 30 – Ching Ching Cheng & Jennifer Stewart Fueston [LINK]

Art by Ching Ching Cheng About the artist: Ching Ching Cheng was born in Taiwan and immigrated to the United States fifteen years ago. She received her BFA from Art Center College of Design. Ching had co-curated an exhibition “The Lanuguage of Perpetual Conditions” at California State University Los Angeles in 2016. Ching exhibited atContinue reading “M.A.M.A. 30 – Ching Ching Cheng & Jennifer Stewart Fueston [LINK]”

M.A.M.A. – Mothers ARE Making Art – New Installation(s)

WHAT: The ProCreate Project, the Museum of Motherhood and the Mom Egg Review are partnering for bi-monthly on-line presentations featuring M.A.M.A. – Mothers are Making Art. WHEN: The 1st and the 15th of each month words and images will highlight the joy and the challenges of being both a mother and an artist. WHERE: OnlineContinue reading “M.A.M.A. – Mothers ARE Making Art – New Installation(s)”

The Mom Egg Review and Marjorie Tesser

There is a lot in store for the Museum of Motherhood over the next couple of months! We’re excited to share the events and projects we have planned leading up to Mother’s Day with you in our upcoming blog entries (including last week’s post about the 2015 conference titled “New Maternalisms” to be held onContinue reading “The Mom Egg Review and Marjorie Tesser”

A (Belated) International Women’s Day Reflection

Happy belated International Women’s Day! Wanting to do something different to honor the occasion, I decided to take a page out of my own book and make a trip out to the Brooklyn Museum yesterday to see Judy Chicago’s iconic piece of feminist art, The Dinner Party. (Note: my previous post erroneously listed this installationContinue reading “A (Belated) International Women’s Day Reflection”