The Intentional Creativity Foundation is dedicated to providing education, community, and access to intuitive art resources and experiences. This work originated in the late part of the 1920’s and continues today as we serve thousands of people per month with our offerings from a global network of teachers. We don’t think art is something just for those who are gifted or creative, but is a way for all beings to access their own stories, ideas, beliefs and healing pathways. We believe self expression is a basic human right.

We co-founded the Intentional Creativity Foundation in 2016 to create a space and place where our graduates could deepen their work together and in the world – request grants, work within institutions and bring their work to those in need.

According to the United Nations:

“We stand firm in our commitment to protect and promote the right to freedom of expression, including artistic and creative expression. In addition to being an integral part of the protected human right to freedom of expression, artistic and creative expression is critical to the human spirit, the development of vibrant cultures, and the functioning of democratic societies. Artistic expression connects us all, transcending borders and barriers”.  ~ This quote has come from a joint statement made by 57 State Members at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva and delivered by Ambassador Janis Karklins, the Permanent Representative of Latvia to the United Nations on September 18, 2015

MUSEA is our collective public name for our many projects, both for profit through Mothership, Inc. and not for profit through the Intentional Creativity Foundation.

Visit the Intentional Creativity Foundation site to learn more.