Grounded in Clay Programming Event!
Nampeyo to Namingha: An Artistic Legacy
Sunday , December 4, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm MST
Museum of Indian Arts & Culture
Join Grounded in Clay community curators, Dan, Arlo, and Michael Namingha, for a conversation on family legacy and artistic tradition. Respected artists in their own right, the Naminghas will discuss the myriad ways they honor their Nampeyo family’s legacy through their own artistic practices.
Admission to the museum and exhibition programming is free to New Mexico residents.
Dan Namingha (Tewa/Hopi) is a contemporary artist.
Arlo Namingha (Tewa/Hopi) is an artist, sculptor, jeweler, and printmaker from Polacca, Arizona, and Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo, New Mexico.
Michael Namingha (Hopi, Ohkay Owingeh) is an artist.
Image from left to right: Arlo Namingha, Dan Namingha, Michael Namingha. Photo credit: Nicole Namingha.