Many Voices. Many Hands. Many Lands.

MUSEA - Center for Intentional Creativity® is home to an inter-generational and multicultural collective of emerging and experienced creatives, healers, and leaders. The MUSEA community is a global art movement dedicated to self-expression as a method for consciousness and compassion through the arts. The Intentional Creativity Arts Guild of MUSEA-Certified educators and curators offers engaging arts programming across the world co-curating art exhibits and classes.

Our physical campus has been in Northern California since 2000. We offer virtual education across the globe. Learn more about Musea.

About MUSEA University

MUSEA University Powered by Intentional Creativity® ignites a new era of change-makers, healers, visual artists, and thought leaders. It is a private university centering on the visual arts and healing arts that offers educational classes, certifications, and a degree aligned with the field of Intentional Creativity®.

Earn 3 MUSEA University CEU's with the completion of Red Thread Training

CEU stands for continuing education units. It is a numerical way to measure a student’s participation in a continuing educational course. The CEU number is tied to the hours in which the student participates in continuing education class course work towards a degree as a CURATE in the field of Intentional Creativity. Learn more about MUSEA University and the journey towards a CURATE degree.

Chart Your Path and Go at Your Own Pace with MUSEA University!



Our work through Intentional Creativity® aims to support our community in navigating our world with resilience, compassion, and awareness.

MUSEA offers ignites our capacity to awaken to what we haven't been seeing. As we awaken, we begin to heal and transform both ourselves and the collective, and we can step into powerful collaboration with one another across a spectrum of experiences and identities.

We are passionate about women in the arts having their stories and art shared. Many hands, many lands, many voices. We believe that women's voices and images are what is needed to create equality and justice in the systems for humanity. In all areas of Civil Rights, the least represented voice at the table is those of women and people of color. Those who do speak up often do so at their own expense, finding themselves threatened, denounced, and often at the impact of violence.

While no one can truly guarantee a safe space, at MUSEA we are intentional about being a space of invitation for a diversity of women's voices, including the BIWOC (Black, Indigenous, Women Of Color) community. Some of the ways this is accomplished is by having women of color team members supporting our MUSEA Courses and leading ZOOM circles for culturally specific groups.

If you identify as Black, Indigenous or a Woman of Color, you are invited to attend monthly calls as well as join our private group in the iMusea App. To join these calls, you must be a MUSEA Member. Partial scholarships are available.

Our SACRED ECHOES of the WELL MUSEA Membership

for Black, Indigenous, and Women of Color

is guided by Intentional Creativity® Teachers.