Dana Warrington

Dana Warrington

Menominee/Prairie Band Potawatomi


Dana Warrington, based in Keshena, WI, is a multidisciplinary artist blending contemporary perspectives with centuries-old traditions and practices. Dana specializes in and teaches to share his knowledge of quillwork, beadwork, metalwork, and native dance focused  on men’s northern traditional and woodland dance.

His work has been exhibited at the Snite Museum of Art at the University of Notre Dame and the Eiteljorg Museum and featured in American Craft Magazine, Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA) Publication, and The Indian Leader, Haskell Newspaper.

His awards include the 2021”Defending the HomeLand”, Best of Classification & Diverse Art from the Santa Fe Indian Art Market, 2019 “Honoring Tribal Traditions”1st Place  Division C - Beadwork / Quillwork, 2017 Eiteljorg Indian Market, “Family Traditions”.

Within the Tribal dance arena, Dana won the 2021 & 2022 Men’s Woodland World Championship and the 2007 & 2009 Schemitzen World Championship of Song and Dance.

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