Red Madonna – In Her Embrace Museum Show Announcement
– About the Exhibit –
Musea Intentional Creativity Museum is honored to host the Red Madonna- In Her Embrace Group Exhibit. The Exhibit will open on May 18, 2022 with a LIVE Virtual Museum Show at 4 pm PT.
The Red Madonna – In Her Embrace Group Exhibit features artwork from over 10 years of paintings in the Red Madonna Sisterhood Community. Red Madonna was founded by MUSEA Co-Founder, Shiloh Sophia and her mother Caron McCloud. This particular aspect of our Intentional Creativity community is designed for those who are seeking and exploring the Divine Feminine in their lives and in their creative spiritual practice. During the Opening, we will hear from Red Madonna Leadership including Havi Mandell, Mary Ann Matthys, Anasuya Isaacs, and of course Shiloh Sophia.
The Red Madonna Sisterhood Guided by Havi Mandell and Mary-Ann Matthys based on the work of Curator and Reverend, Shiloh Sophia McCloud.
Red Madonna Sisterhood Leadership from Left to Right: Mary Ann Matthys, Havi Mandell, Shiloh Sophia, and Caron McCloud
The Red Madonna Sisterhood is a community that is woven within the MUSEA Intentional Creativity School and Museum. We are a gathering of women throughout the world joining together to explore the sacred relationship with Creator and Creation inherent in a devoted practice of Intentional Creativity. Red Madonna is a sanctuary for celebration, creativity, and play framed through the Sacred Feminine Archetype. Gatherings have been both virtual and physical. The framework of, “The Red Madonna,” is an archetypal approach to the Divine Feminine that was originally inspired by the Virgin Guadalupe who figured largely in the art and life of Shiloh Sophia. She describes it as, “The Red Madonna is She Who Appears in your Heart and on your Path”…
The Divine Mother in her many forms has appeared all over the world for tens of thousands of years and the practices within the group are intended for exploring sacred connection, personal awakening, and transformation. We create a heart-centered opening to the healing wisdom of the Divine Feminine. Group members share in common devotional practices such as prayer, poetry, painting, sabbath ritual, circle, and tracking of the phases of the moon through the delivery of Intentional Creativity teachings. This group has gathered every moon since December 2011 focusing on different themes and frameworks. Special attention has also been given to cherishing, embodying, and honoring the elders of the sisterhood. Our 2022 theme is the Forest of Grandmothers.
“We believe that our global community of over 10,000 women is threaded through with thousands of Grandmothers and Matriarchal women. We at Musea seek to create a sanctuary to honor and uplift the voices and images of our Elder’s present and Ancestors’ past. Let us honor the voice of the women in the Forest of Grandmothers, an imagined sanctuary, a red tent both ancient and futuristic that makes a sacred space for our mother tongue to be revealed. Let us gather at the hem of her garment as we have since Red Madonna began.” ~ Rev. Shiloh Sophia
She Holds The World In Her Heart, Red Madonna Painting by Katherine Witteman
– About the Museum Show and Exhibit Opening –
MUSEA Intentional Creativity Museum will be hosting the LIVE Red Madonna – In Her Embrace Museum Show and Exhibit Opening on May 18 at 4 pm PT. This Museum Show will be hosted by the Red Madonna Community Leaders and Curator, Shiloh Sophia, featuring a video documentary about the Red Madonna Sisterhood and the Exhibit Presentation. Following this, at 5 pm PT, we will begin our Artist Sharing Circle, in which participating artists will share about the inspiration behind their Red Madonna paintings, and the stories that accompany them.
To join us for this live opening Museum Show celebration, we invite you to claim your complimentary Eventbrite Ticket linked below.
We look forward to having you join us for a date at the Museum!
We look forward to having you as our guest at the museum show. This event is open to the public, and we encourage you to invite your friends, family, and community along for a date at the museum!