Watch the Replay of Our

Celebration of Membership

In Honor of Our Members and an Invitation to New Membership!


MUSEA Intentional Creativity Foundation and

Co-Founder and Curate Shiloh Sophia


Paint Her Name Street Art Party!


Originally held on September 29 & 30


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To gather in community and create art which honors and remembers those who are not able or do not have a platform for self-expression.
To celebrate our Members.
Paint Her Name

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This two-day event was a celebration of our Membership and community-at-large. As we remember those women who have been marginalized, silenced, or who have not had a forum to express their voice, we are celebrating the strong bonds that we have created through the power of connection with our Members. Without our Members, MUSEA's Intentional Creativity Foundation would not be able to host events like this Paint Her Name Street Art Party - an event designed to celebrate the experience of Membership at MUSEA.

We invite you to become a Member today and take full advantage of all of the benefits which our Members enjoy. Additionally, by becoming a Member by or before September 30th, you will receive an exclusive New Member Gift:

Intentional Creativity is My Foundation Custom Tee Shirt, Mug, or Apron

New Artist Level Membership - Tee Shirt

New Society Level Membership - Tee Shirt + Mug

New Journeywomen Guild Membership - Apron

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Arts Activism to

Give Voice to the Voiceless

We Gathered in Community to Raise Our Collective Voices... The Paint Her Name Street Art Party allowed us to give voice to women who are (or have been) unable to speak freely or not had a platform where they could express their experiences. We gathered in community to paint, dance, and celebrate the connection we have here at MUSEA - all while giving voice to the voiceless. This is one of the key activities that the MUSEA Intentional Creativity Foundation (a 501(c)3 non-profit organization) hosts through its Arts Activism programming.

What is Street Art? Defined as “public-space artwork that's created for consumption outside of the typical art gallery setting,” street art is essentially synonymous with “public art” as it encompasses a variety of mediums like painting, sculpture, or stained glass. (Source:

The Festivities Started With A #POP!

Held on September 29

On Friday, September 29th, Guild Members Milagros Suriano-Rivera - VP of Programming, and Sumaiyah Wysdom Yates - Executive Director (aka DJ Wizdom!) held a 3-hour paint party where we danced and sang and painted our Paint Her Name Arts Activism posters.

Our #POP Open Studio is, well, an open studio... As a Member, we create a place for you to come and let your hair down while you work on whatever creative project of your choice. For this special edition of #POP, we focused our attention on making our Paint Her Name Street Art Poster as we stood (and still stand) in solidarity and sisterhood.

#POP Open Studio Parties are a Member benefit, held on the last Friday of every month.

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Overview of Day Two

Held on September 30

Join us for Circle, a Museum Show, Bingo and MORE!

  • Day Two opens with Circle...
    We began Day Two with Circle lead by our VP of Programming - Milagros Suriano-Rivera, remarks from our Co-Founder and Curate - Shiloh Sophia who shared the vision for MUSEA's Membership, and information sharing on the MUSEA Intentional Creativity Foundation by our Executive Director - Sumaiyah Wysdom.
  • We also shared the replay of the solo exhibit for Sue Hoya Sellars, and a video of Caron McCloud - the Art Ancestors.
    Sue Hoya Sellars, Shiloh Sophia's Earth Mom and Art Matriarch of Intentional Creativity® was honored with a solo exhibit by MUSEA Museum. We viewed both Into the Future - Sue's exhibit - and a video of Caron McCloud - Curate Shiloh Sophia's Birth Mom and Intentional Creativity® Art Matriarch - as she shared about the importance of poetry in conjunction with Intentional Creativity and read a poem she wrote and dedicated to Sue.

    In addition, exclusive prints from both Sue and Caron will be available for a limited time beginning October 1st.
  • And the winners are...
    What fun we had playing MUSEA Bingo to support the MUSEA Intentional Creativity Foundation! Over $1,000 in prizes, donated by the MUSEA Leadership and Guild Members, was distributed to the winner of each round:
    *Lesli was the winner of an art print by Shiloh Sophia
    *Deborah won a handwoven altar cloth woven with love by Sumaiyah Wysdom
    *Crystal was the lucky winner of a gorgeous pair of handcrated earrings by Milagros Suriano-Rivera
    *And Karen won the lion's share - winning 3 different rounds: a set of art cards from both Clair Oaks and Lauren Adorno-Weatherford, and an art print by Phyllis Anne Taylor.
  • Our Intentional Creativity Foundation Staff
    The Foundation Staff offered presentations on Museum programming and how it relates to Membership. But more importantly, they shared their Membership experience and what Membership meant and felt like for each of them.
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Street Art in Baltimore Maryland - the birthplace of Sumaiyah Wysdom - created by Women Artists