Cloud in an Evening Gown I often say, explaining Intentional Creativity is like trying to put a cloud into an evening gown. How lovely and luminous that would be! Yet many sacred things defy a proper image or metaphor because only the real thing will do. Things like breath, the sea, the smell of…
Shiloh Sophia lives life as a great adventure! She is a curator of a community of creatives and a global musem called Musea. She is an artist who has been painting all of her life. She is a teacher who works with beloveds around the world to bring Intentional Creativity into their lives. And she is a storyteller, dedicated to remothering mythology.
Shiloh Sophia’s work with image and language paired with the intelligence of the heart is taught in many fields, including Innovative Leadership, Corporate Teamwork, Group Process, Therapeutic Healing, Academia and in Ph.D. programs. As well as in hospitals, prisons, social work settings, and clinics. Shiloh and her team of over 450 Certified Teachers and Coaches around the world bring Intentional Creativity® as a tool for transformation in the healing arts. The impact of her work over time has created what she believes is one of the largest most well-established art movements in the world.
Most of all, Shiloh Sophia loves to have tea with her muse, which she does every day. She calls it, Red Thread Cafe and it gives rise to her Letter from the Red Thread Cafe found on this blog. As of 2021 she has written over 830 letters to her community and continues to produce poetry, paintings, and teachings relevant to our times. She hopes to provide encouragement for the journey.
According to Shiloh Sophia, curating how we think, feel, access and act creates the future we are co-creating. In response to the question, does someone have to be creative to experience benefits from Intentional Creativity, she replies: “Every bone in our body is a creative bone. Everything we do IS creative, we just aren’t thinking about it in that way. When we begin to approach all that we create with this level of mindfulness, our life begins to transform before our eyes.”
After working with tens of thousands of people for over 27 years in how creativity can catalyze our consciousness, her body of work lives at Musea, a Museum, and University. www.musea.org. Her painting collection, a retrospective spanning over 20 years is housed at www.shilohsophiagallery.com This page, features her writings and images. To join us to experience Intentional Creativity in action – sign up for our free class, or Letter from the Red Thread Cafe, or join us as a Musea Member. Thank you for visiting Shiloh Sophia.
Women Woven Together : Call for Art
This special call for art is in honor of International Women’s Day and the upcoming convening of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women in March of 2021. Part of the mission at MUSEA is to give women an opportunity to express, through painting, their view and interpretations of “the status of women” and of our interconnectedness. Submit your artwork to share your voice about the experience of being a woman. Artwork will be featured in an exhibit at the Musea : Intentional Creativity Museum.
Open to submissions until February 28th.
The Intentional Creativity Lineage
A creative lineage passed from hand to hand, heart to heart since the 1930’s.
We are a global philanthropic membership organization woven with the gifts of creatives, educators, and healers.
Today we feature art, events, and education hosted by over 360 trained teachers, coaches, and guides at many different Musea locations. Our organization is guided by the vision of our founder, Shiloh Sophia McCloud, Our Curator. She is an Artist, Teacher & Storyteller. She has been curating physical spaces to support women and their families in the creative arts since 2000.
The focus of our work is to share the methodology and practice of Intentional Creativity®. Our method is ancient and futuristic and is inherent in all beings.
Intentional Creativity means to ‘make with mindfuless’.