Welcome to the annual Fashion + Art Issue, featuring stylish and fashionable serial entrepreneur Ruth-Ann Thorn on the cover. Also featured in the issue are designers Charley Johnson and Sage Mountainflower, fashion by Green Tribe and Shy Natives and more
Southwestern Association for Indian Arts partners with Native-owned blockchain registry to combat fraud
In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic shut down festivals and gatherings across the country, including the famed Santa Fe Indian Market.
Acclaimed Native American artists to be featured in Exclusive Collections Gallery show in Solana Beach
Exclusive Collections Gallery (EC Gallery) in Solana Beach, a contemporary art gallery featuring a variety of original sculptures, paintings and mixed media pieces, will hold its first Native American Art show “This is Indian Country” on April 8 - 10.
Arts & Culture Newsletter: In her docuseries, Ruth-Ann Thorn spotlights the work of Native American artists
Ruth-Ann Thorn operated her first art gallery “out of the back of a Ryder truck.” That’s a humble beginning for the woman who would — over the course of 15 years — oversee seven brick-and-mortar galleries: in La Jolla, Fashion Valley, the Gaslamp Quarter, Seaport Village and out of town in Laguna Beach, Beverly Hills and Breckenridge, Colo.