Explore Our Newest Exhibits
MUSEA Intentional Creativity Museum proudly presents the Living Legend Group Exhibit, featuring the artwork of Legend students. This show is more than a collection of paintings… It is an anthology of stories about personal transformations that have happened because of participation in this one-of-a-kind course, and it’s an opportunity to witness the archetypes of women who accessed their true voices and narratives through a framework of living their most epic Legendary lives.
MUSEA Intentional Creativity Museum invites you to watch our recorded Artist Interview with award-winning Ukrainian oil painter, Olga Kovtun, who shares with us the inspiration for her incredible oil paintings that reflect the beautiful traditions and culture of the Ukrainian people as well as her devotion to iconic painting and cathedral art. Olga is a highly-awarded artist in the Ukraine, and her paintings are held in collections worldwide. We hope you enjoy this inspiring interview.
Our BIWOC Members Circle
Sacred ECHOES of the Well
| Ethnicity, Culture, Heritage, Oneness, and Everlasting Sisterhood |
A Membership Circle Designed for Black, Indigenous and Women of Color guided by Lauren Adorno-Weatherford and Elder Semerit Strachan.
We are Semerit and Lauren, and we invite Black, Indigenous and Women of Color to join us, as Musea Members for the Sacred ECHOES of the Well – Women of Color Circle: a journey toward personal and collective self-definition. In addition to the regular membership benefits, we will have a culturally specific circle just for us.
Explore our Magazine
To Include or Not to Include?
“If art represents the very soul of a people, then this rejection of the Black painter and sculptor is the most insidious segregation of all.” [...]
Quarterly MemberZine – December 2022 Issue
"I wonder if the snow loves the trees and fields that it kisses them so gently? And then it covers them up snug [...]
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About Our Museum
Welcome to Musea Intentional Creativity Museum – our exhibit space curated by and for artists of the International Intentional Creativity Movement. For over 27 years our organization has worked with women artists to bring forward their voices, images, stories and visions for the future. Our physical location, first opened in 1999 in Sonoma, followed by exhibit spaces in San Francisco 2001-2004, Sausalito, 2000-2003, Mendocino 2004-2008, Healdsburg 2008-2016 and returning to our Museum and University space in Sonoma in 2016. Our first four years saw thousands of visitors on location, as well as hundreds of thousands virtually to engage, view, study, and participate in our growing movement. The focus of our work is Intentional Creativity, an enduring lineage spanning 100 years already, and with eyes towards another 100 years into the future.
Sue Hoya Sellers 2014
There is a dreamer dreaming us
Intentional Creativity is a method and philosophy developed as an approach to making art that is in the matriarchal lineage of our Founder Shiloh Sophia. Once she could see the power and impacts of making art with mindfulness and Intention, she began teaching all over the world and at universities including Phd programs and the United Nations. In 2010 she began to offer the teachings held within the body of work for Certification, inviting others to teach and study.