M.O.M. Air BnB & LIVE TOUR
WANT TO VISIT THE M.O.M. ART ANNEX??
You can schedule a visit for yourself (and up to six people) on any Thursday or Friday between 11-6pm or Saturday between 2-4pm.
Or, we also have a “Spend a Night at the Museum” option on Air B&B.
Each visit includes a general tour of M.O.M., a personal tour of Alexia Nye Jackson’s exhibit “Mother The Job,” the opportunity to try on our Pregnancy Vests, and a chance to view films from our library, as well as access research materials from our extensive Andrea O’Reilly Reading Room (including Demeter Press Collection).
Visitors find out more about what to do and where to eat in St. Petersburg here.
At M.O.M. we aim to start great conversations, feature thought-provoking exhibits, and share information and education.
Visits are by donation. Suggested contribution is $15 but there is no required specific amount. We look forward hearing from you!
WE WELCOME YOU !!
The M.O.M. Museum Art Annex opened its doors on January 1, 2017. The new hours are by appointment only. You must call ahead or e-mail.
Our new Live/Work space is pioneered by M. Joy Rose. Over the last year or two, an explosion in mother-making-art has taken place across England and America. Most recently, The Mother House (a summer experiment by Dyana Gravina and the Procreate Project, Nicola Smith and We Are Resident, as well as others, have inspired and connected art, motherhood, and the greater cultural community.
In 2016 a presentation by Sarah Black called “Mother As Curator” at the Annual Academic M.O.M. Conference described her home environment as a video, art, installation, and inter-generational family experience. Her treatise declared that as an artist, she “blurs the boundaries of art, and the personal, family and audience, narrative and auto-biographic practices.”She states that as a “performance maker, she explores the home as both a physical and a metaphysical structure to house the work.” In this way, spaces are informed and co-created by those who participate in its interiors, but similarly, its interiors also hold a template for studying the things it contains from a distance.
As part of The Arts Enclave of Historic Kenwood, in the city of St. Petersburg, this new location aspires to be several things: an ongoing place to study women, motherhood, fatherhood, and family; an arts annex, preserving and interpreting objects for public consumption; a place of learning; a place to gather; and mostly, a template for all the possibilities to come, as M.O.M. continues to grow and thrive. (read more below slide show)