Color of Woman Graduation and Guild Gathering 2019
Our work has been shared with youth since day one of Intentional Creativity! Much of our curriculum is shared inter-generationally within the family or the classroom. Many of our Intentional Creativity teachers work with children. We hope to have Intentional Creativity program for the 'littles' in 2021 as well as our Legendary curriculum for teens, with teen teachers.
Shiloh Sophia teaching with youth girls during Muse Days Painting Class at MUSEA Center for Intention Creativity
Since the beginning, our work has been woven with women of color. The leadership in our community is focusing on experiences and dialogues to weave Intentional Creativity teachings specifically for women who identify as women of color. We are dedicated to lifting and gifting women of color so that they can lift and gift all of us. Our culture of diversity and inclusivity is a work in progress with a conscious direction.
Shiloh Sophia and Mandisa Amber, Color of Woman graduate and teacher
Our educational work has focused on those who identify as women. We are open to emergent conversations and see this as an important feature of the work going forward. If you are interested in development or leadership related to gender and creativity we are excited to discuss programming with you. Any work we have done in this area is private on request, but you are welcome to reach out with questions.
Our focus has been women's work. This is not to the exclusion of men, rather it is an invitation for men to learn with women and those men connected with the women in our community. Our Musea co-founder, Jonathan McCloud, has shaped every single part of our work with his wife and co-founder, Shiloh Sophia McCloud. We have several courses open to all genders, as well as guided by men and gender-fluid leaders. Let us know if you want to learn more about MUSEA men.
Shiloh Sophia and Jonathan McCloud teaching together for the Apothecary : Medicine Painting Course