At Musea we are passionate about women in the arts having their stories and art shared. Many hands, many lands, many voices. We believe that women's voices and images are what is needed to create equality and justice in the systems for humanity. In all areas of Civil Rights women and people of color are the least represented voices at the table. Those who do speak up often do so at their own expense, finding themselves threatened, denounced and often at the impact of violence. Currently, women artists make up less than 2% of the art represented worldwide, even though we make up over 50% of artists.
Our Museum is informed by a community of creatives, artists, educators, healers, activists and entrepreneurs that share an empowered vision for a future of equality, justice, joy and peace.
We envision and work towards a culture where self-expression is understood as a basic human right, that leads towards consciousness, connection and therefore informed collaboration.
We see the essential need for the cultivation and collaboration of a truly colorful diversity of voices to tell a story that ensures a future for all of our children.
With the shared desires for justice from many lands and many hands, we envision and work towards solutions, systems and societies woven together by mutual respect for one another.
We see and indeed it is our experience, that when we weave our uniquely-crafted threads together, the strongest and most sustainable possible fabric for all of life is woven.
We see life as a relationship with creation and approach how we live and what we make with Intentional Creativity.
We as Creatives feel a call to shape, craft and design wholistic images, narratives and emergent frameworks that honor one another and the earth.
We see our responsibility to do our own work within our unique spiritual paths, artistic mediums, philosophies, cultures, ancestral wisdom and lineages, while coming together in a shared vision for justice informed by love.
We are devoted to lifting up the voices and images of women who have endured the experience of invisibility and injustice for likely over 7,000 years.
We believe art has the power to help us create the new story of justice we seek.