Jennifer Ingram
Founder, Principal

Using the vehicle of tribe 13 jennifer ingram supports the efforts of independent artists through creating opportunity and momentum on their journey. From creating new interactive experiences to bringing the culture on tour to always to new audiences, tribe 13 is the on the forefront of the art, music and fashion world of the new galactic culture emerging today.

Tribe 13 art collective is a multi-faceted artist support system. In the past 10 years, Tribe 13 has facilitated art galleries and artist representation serving a rapidly growing art movement, and in the process has become a driving force behind it all. One of the most important individuals in the organization is Jennifer Ingram, aka Herbanmama. Jennifer originally hails from Seattle, WA and now lives in the outskirts of the Bay Area in California. Since the birth of Tribe 13 with fellow artist Roman Villagrana, Jennifer has been curating and coordinating huge efforts getting art, fashion and music from the underground to the mainstream year-round. Beginning with art galleries at the Oracle Gatherings in Seattle, then on to the Interdimensional Art Shows & Tours across the west coast, and now with international, large-scale gallery installations, Tribe 13 has paved the way for artists of ‘visionary’ or ‘interdimensional’ art with Jennifer at the helm.

Major Milestones for Tribe 13: ·
· Tribe 13 Gallery, Ukiah, California: Hosts a variety of exhibitions on a monthly basis to a large concentration of enthusiasts. Recent exhibitions include Mark Henson, Chris Dyer, Android Jones & more…
· Burning Man 2011, Black Rock City, Nevada: Curated 60-foot dome art gallery at a major theme camp, Fractionation Village, envisioned by Tribe 13 resident artist, Android Jones.
· Boom Festival 2010, Portugal: Curated a large scale gallery at Boom Festival in Portugal, a 9-day art and music festival many consider a European counterpart to Burning Man.
· Interdimensional Art Show, 2003-2010, West Coast: Touring art show every fall showcasing the best in Interdimensional Art including a fashion show; mainly around the Bay Area
· Earthdance Festival 2003-2010, California: Curated a gallery and coordinated live painting events at the festival as well as collaborating on the Paintings for Peace project raising funds for .
· Moksha Art Fair 2009, Miami: Curated a visionary art fair of 30+ artists in conjunction with Art Basel Miami.
· Shambhala 2003-2007, British Columbia:
· The Glade Festival 2006, England:
· Chapel ofSacred Mirrors 2004, New York: Avatar Group Show

In addition to Jennifer’s work within the art world, she also contributes and volunteers within the African Birth Collective in Senegal. The scope of her work reaches far and wide and affects more and more people as time unfolds.