M.O.M. Conference Feb. 10-11th St. Pete, Florida

Thanks to those of you who have completed your payment confirmation for the M.O.M. Conference Feb 10-11, 2017 in St. Pete! If you are interested in attending the conference please write us. Space is extremely limited. RSVP only: info@MOMmuseum.org Each Year the Museum of Motherhood works with academic partners and collaborators to create the Annual Academic M.O.M. Conference (2005-2016). Continue reading “M.O.M. Conference Feb. 10-11th St. Pete, Florida”

On My Experience of Motherhood Studies

You may have seen some of my blog posts over the last several weeks that came from the response papers I wrote for the Introduction to Mother Studies course offered through the museum. With a capstone paper using research on current topics related to reproductive technology, the class culminated three weeks ago last Sunday afternoon.Continue reading “On My Experience of Motherhood Studies”

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)”

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”