A Legendary Life is a decision…

The entire experience, Shiloh, has opened my heart to so much more than the art! You have created such a platform for all introspection and healing on untold levels yet to emerge. During your mentorship with all that you have provided for us from awesome instruction, thoughtful writing prompts and copious hand-holding and love-spreading along the trail these six months, I have grown into a WORTHY WOMAN. This may seem like a casual statement, but it is anything but! I spent my entire 63 years hiding my light and after six months with you and our bevy of loving Cowgirls on the incredible Caravan, I am emerging invincibly into a poet, writer, and artist! Thank you for your vision–and even more, acting on your Divine Visionary call! – Janet Landess

Inspiring Women's Summit starting tomorrow!

Greetings Dear Ones! As you know, Cosmic Cowgirls University is dedicated to transforming lives into legends through teaching revolutionary thinking, conscious creativity and visionary entrepreneurship…and most importantly of all, sharing women’s wisdom with the world. That is why we wanted you to know that tomorrow The Inspiring Women’s Summit begins, and we wanted to be…

Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe Art Celebration and workshop this weekend!

Featuring Northern California Women Artists at Electric Rose Gallery on Saturday, December 12 at 6:30 pm

“Love Cafe” Art Celebration hosted by Dori Etter,
Ali Weiss, The Bond Sisters and Shiloh Sophia McCloud

Featured Artists include Sofia Harrison, Laura Pope, Sue Hoya Sellars,
Shiloh Sophia McCloud, Chelsea Bond, Elizabeth Gibbons, Patti Valentine, Laura Delanty, Susan Miron, The Cowgirls Junkies, Lynn Bond, Caron McCloud, Dori Etter, Alise Sheehan, The Powell Girls and more!

Electric Rose Gallery – 107 Plaza Street, Healdsburg, California 707-431-1124

Alice Walker comes to Healdsburg: Produced by Palm of Her Hand

Starting with a tea party and silent auction opening at 1:30, followed by live music and Shiloh Sophia McCloud, Palm of Her Hand founder, introducing Alice Walker at 3pm. Hear from Kwomboka Okari, the founder of Margaret Okari Children’s Foundation about her work in Kenya. Then, hear poetry from Alice’s forthcoming book, Hard Times Require Furious Dancing and some Q & A. Followed by dancing in the aisles listening to the music of Lavender Grace. Sound like a good time!? YA! And if you would like, there are limited number of openings to an afterparty and artist’s reception at Electric Rose Gallery, where you can meet Alice and Kwomboka and eat cake and champagne.