Dan Namingha – Posters

“Summer Dawn #3”
The Santa Fe Opera
2013 Festival Season
“Summer Evening Light”
The Santa Fe Opera
2012 Festival Season
Tosca – The Pearl Fishers – Maometto II
King Roger – Arabella
30″ x 22″ (poster size)
“Passage Series II”
The Montclair Art Museum
Transitions and Time: The Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ
September 13, 1998 – January 10, 1999
22″ x 17″ (poster size)
“Hopi”
The Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ
54th Annual Heard Museum Guild
Indian Fair and Market – March 3rd & 4th 2012
“Spirit Dance #5”
Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival
33rd Season – July 17 – August 22, 2005
28″ x 21″ (poster size)
“Spirit Dance”
Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival
32nd Season – July 18 – August 23, 2004
28″ x 21″ (poster size)
“Chamber Music at Dusk”
Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival
31st Season – July 20 – August 25, 2003
28″ x 21″ (poster size)
“Rain Chant Symbolism”
Santa FE Chamber Music Festival
20th Season – July 15 – August 21, 2000
28″ x 21″ (poster size)
“New Mexico Dusk #2”
Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival
27th Season – July 17 – August 23, 1999
28″ x 21″ (Poster Size)
“‘Cloud Swirl”
Reading Public Museum, Reading, PA
Reflection on the Natural Way
September 15, 2001 – January 7, 2001
34″ x 24″ (poster size)
“Ceremonial Corn Kachina Dance #1”
Palm Springs Desert Art Museum
Timeless Land and Enduring Images
September 17 – November 10, 1991
36″ x 20″ (poster size)
“Dreamscape #16”
Museum of Northern Arizona

“Wallop Night Dance”
Museum of Northern Arizona
36″ x 24″ (poster size)

“Kwahu”
Museum of Northern Arizona
18″ x 23″ (poster size)
“Kachina Symbolism”
1995 Distinguished Artist Award
Santa Fe, New Mexico Rotary Foundation
22″ x 18″ (poster size)
“Spring Maidens”
NIMAN FINE ART
36″ X 24″ (poster size)
“Deer Migration”
The Pittsburgh & Midway Coal Mining Co. (P&M)
1992 American Spirit Award Dinner
Honoring the Diversity of American Council of Energy
and Resource Tribes
22″ x 26″ (poster size)
“Parrot Spirits”
A Moveable Feast with Robert Redford
and Friends
May 19, 20 & 21, 1989 – Santa Fe, NM
To Benefit the American Indian Programs of
Futures for Children
30″ x 26″ (poster size)