Joy Rose

Martha Joy Rose is an award-winning artist and activist. Her pursuits have included academia, large-scale community gatherings, music, media, and Mother Studies. As the founder of the Museum of Motherhood in New York City she has organized International conferences, hosted students and interns from a wide selection of universities, and overseen the evolution of a modern women’s movement. Current pursuits include scholarship, speaking engagements, and publishing her writing.



5 responses to “Joy Rose

  1. Ms. Rose, a late bloom fell softly and pictures of knowing and remembering paid a diaphanous visit to my linguistic chambers. How nice to hear from you and see your face. Rocker, a movement that rides the imagination like an orphan rides light. How are you? Has time been kind? It(time) infiltrates my sleep
    and weeps with me. I will keep you posted. My neon clock’s numbers hold like roses as we dance on the same digital page.


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  2. You R one & ONLY ❤amazing U


  3. It has been really one of the top blogs i have read. It was actually really informative.Looking ahead for more blogs of this in near future


  4. A Tumblr is had by me platform that I’m using for blogging.
    Let me know if you’d be interested to create an article
    for me personally? I could possibly pay you. I want to know?.

    PS. Awesome blog



    I am amazed to read all about you. You are an icon to follow.
    Your life is a motivation to all of us specially young moms like me . I am a visual artist , just completed my MFA and looking for good residency. I have applied to many including M.O.M .
    I want to know from where should i apply for grants as i will be coming from Pakistan and a mother of 2.5 year old kid. Its difficult for me to manage finances . Please let me know how can you help me


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