Musea is a curated gathering of unique voices committed to telling stories that inform, educate and uplift our collective evolution in continually emergent design spaces. The stories are told through diverse mediums including but not limited to image, language, object, sound, and performance able to be experienced by our senses, with respect to the ancestors and hope for our descendants.
Color of Woman students admiring their collective artwork at Musea, Sonoma Center for Intentional Creativity
We are a living Museum with a virtual gallery and physical galleries that celebrate female artists. Our focus is art made with intention, contemporary symbolism, and storytelling.
Please become a Guest Member, so you may enjoy our rotating shows, studios, and exhibits. This is an excellent way for you to explore Musea, as well as connect with our Founder's work. Don't miss our exciting exhibits coming in April and June such as Sister Vision and Codex!
We are a living Museum with a virtual gallery and physical galleries. Together we curate artists, rotating shows, studios and exhibits. Our focus is art made with Intention, Contemporary Symbolism, Storytelling, and art gatherings.
Musea has served up to 15,000 students per month, certified over 360 leaders, and continues to grow its online community called the Online Red Thread Cafe Classroom. Serving nearly 7,000 women creatives through providing a private container where women are free to share their creative works in progress, ask for witnessing and lift each other up. Musea also offers monthly virtual Red Thread Circles via Zoom that reach thousands of women a month, forging connections near and far.
Museum Focus for 2020 and Beyond
Support creative development in our artist circles by teaching art, technique and philosophy. Invite new talent to join in awakening.
Feature intuitive and alternative Artists with paintings, music, stories, videos, articles, interviews and media from the community.
Showcase Graduate Work, Voices & Centers to feature mature and emergent voices within our Intentional Creativity Guild.
Musea has a 'mothership' location in Sonoma with an actual physical museum and permanent collection on display. It also features an art and wine bar, gift shop, classroom, redwood grove, gardens and vineyard. In addition we have sister centers around the world! In 2020 due to current events we are focusing on the virtual show world with a hot line up of events!
Features Coming Soon - Musea Kids, Mothers and Daughters
MUSEA is located in Sonoma, California, and has sister locations around the world. These are galleries, studios and classrooms that are owned by Intentional Creativity Teachers, a growing vision to have MUSEA Centers in many countries across the map.
Musea Headquarters is a centrally located venue ideal for classroom work, teaching, group events, private clients and gatherings. It is surrounded by 17 redwood trees, vineyards and close to downtown Sonoma. We are a museum, school and guild focused in the philosophy of Intentional Creativity. We offer both free and paid educational opportunities, as well as monthly support and creativity calls.
Seat of Muses Gathering 2020 at Musette Atelier.
If you are local to the Bay Area, consider joining Seat of Muses. We are seeking Women Leaders and Teachers who are in search of space to teach and who are seeking connection with their peers.
Imagine using Musea Headquarters for your classes, retreats, workshops, healing space and more! You can hang your shingle here... Put this address on your business card...Get photos for your website to draw your clients to wine country beauty...and so much more.
Most dates are currently full for 2020. To inquire about possible dates, please reach out to email@example.com.
She Carries Me Class, 2020
Color of Woman Artist Gathering, 2019
Invocation Red Thread Guide Gathering 2018
Creating Year of Pleasure Books in 2019
Amazing meal prepared by Chef Jonathan McCloud
Invocation Red Thread Guide Gathering 2019
LIVE band, 3 On A Match for Shiloh Sophia's Birthday Party, 2019
She Carries Me Class with musician, Jennifer Berezan
Muse Days Class from 2019 with women and youth