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Shiloh Sophia McCloud is the Curate and Co-Founder of MUSEA Intentional Creativity Museum. We are a living Museum rooted in community and storytelling with virtual and physical locations, including our large campus and exhibit space in Sonoma, California. We curate artists, rotating shows, both virtual and physical, art studios, exhibitions, education, and community experiences throughout the world.

Shiloh, along with her husband Jonathan, founded this organization after 30 years of community and art activism through a lineage of artists in their families. Today, MUSEA is home to an inter-generational and multicultural collective of emerging and experienced creatives, healers, and leaders. Our lineage begins in the 1930s and forms the framework for practice in intentional arts of every medium.

Our great work, Intentional Creativity®, is rooted in storytelling, education, and imagining social justice through self-expression as a method of chosen transformation. These thematic approaches are the cornerstone of an interdisciplinary practice that weaves creative arts, sciences, somatics, transpersonal psychology, and archeomythology.

MUSEA often serves over 15,000 members and students per month and has certified over 600 Certified Educators that run the museum and our university. With a focus on community through our app and our monthly calls for the past ten years, we provide a private container where our community can share their creative works in progress, ask for witnessing and lift each other up, and share their relationship with the arts.

This is Shiloh Sophia’s vision. She is an artist and educator who has taught at the University level and in elementary schools. She has crafted a 500-year plan for the community to continue into the future and is working with thousands to bring the vision to life. She is the author of seven books and can be found painting and writing in her studio on most days, having tea with her Muse.

This website features the work of our Guild, Museum, and the Intentional Creativity Foundation.

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A United States Citizens’ Acknowledgement of Indigenous Peoples' Right to Freedom, Territory & Self-Determination 

In Honor of Carmen Baraka 

"The Lakota expression, 'Aho Mitakuye Oyasin'  is widely used among many tribes within what is now known as The United States of America; It means, “We are all related; all connected.

In the spirit of connection with all beings, where none are higher or lower in the great web of all life, we offer this invitation to begin healing our relations with the Indigenous peoples of these lands."


~Carmen Baraka, Indigenous Elder and Teacher 


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Members of our Guild community standing in front of the Black Madonna in Paris, 2014:
Lauren Adorno-Weatherford, Cynthia Harrison, Shiloh Sophia and Carol Mahinda

Explore Our Newest Exhibits

MUSEA Intentional Creativity Museum proudly presents the Cura Futura Museum Exhibit, featuring the artwork of MUSEA University students from the LEGEND: Archeo Futura, LEGEND: Clan Cura, VIVID23 StarSong, Maverick, and Lucid courses. 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 these dynamic medicine painting classes, and it’s an opportunity to witness the archetypes of women who accessed their true voices and narratives through an archeo-mythological perspective.

Under the Southern Skies Museum Exhibit
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MUSEA Intentional Creativity® Museum is honored to present the Under the Southern Skies Museum Exhibit. This exhibition weaves together the beauty and diversity of the South Pacific Musea community. The intention is to celebrate the unique identity, connection to the earth, sea and sky of the lands we of our South Pacific members. Each piece in this exhibition reveals a deeply personal transformational journey and story for the artist, one that is a reflection of their divinity and their relationship with their environment and life itself.

Our BIWOC Members Circle

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Sacred ECHOES

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 Elder 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

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June 28, 2023

In 2016 we founded the Intentional Creativity Foundation 501(c)3 so we could bring our community independent media centering on the arts of women. Today we [...]

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May 4, 2023

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Shiloh Sophia Founder | Curate shilohsophia@musea.org Living The Truth Special Cinema Event Announced for Saturday, June 3  Three Films From Award-Winning [...]

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February 3, 2023

“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.” [...]

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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.

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There is a dreamer dreaming us

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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 Ph.D. 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.


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Join the Museum of the Future by becoming a member today! You will regularly gather with our global community in our virtual circles, view incredible art, and practice your craft.

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