Tutavoh: Learning the Hopi way
c. 1992
18.125 in HIGH x 12.125 in WIDE
(46.04 cm HIGH x 30.8 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Along the bottom edge of the poster is "Exhibition toured by ExhibitsUSA, a National Division of Mid-America Arts Alliance / Local presentation and supplementation made possible by a grant from the L.J. Skaggs and Mary C. Skaggs Foundation / Image: Wuyak-Kuita, Broad-Faced Kachina, 1950 by Leo Lacapa, Jr., 19 1/2" x 9 1/2" x 7", Collection of George Kohler, Photo by Scott McCue."

Poster consists of blue, yellow, red and white print on a black background. Large image inside a thin red and yellow border against a blue background depicts Wuyak-Kuita, a broad-faced Kachina standing on one foot on a wood stand with, sticks in its hands, a snake on its skirt, a mask with green horns and black feathers. Text along the bottom reads "Tutavoh / Learning the Hopi Way / September 2 - October 25, 1992 / Hearst Art Gallery, Saint Mary''s Colege, Moraga, California."

Verso: Poster folds into a mailer addressed to Daniel Goldstine of Berkeley, CA with gallery hours, sponsor and participant information, special event informations and photographs relating to the exhibit. In the upper right edge in black pen is a phone number for "Angela" and in the top right corner in pencil are notes about exercise.

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