Huhugam Heritage Center

Huhugam Heritage Center display case

Location Gila River Indian Community / Designers: Ganymede Design / Fit-Out: Kubik Maltbie

Huhugam Heritage Center is a community-centred cultural facility that preserves and honours the heritage of Sonoran Desert people who live by the Gila River: the Akimel O’odham and Pee Posh. Constructed in 2003, the Center is home to a state-of-the-art collections repository that houses hundreds of artifacts from these tribes in addition to an extensive collection of items made and used by the Huhugam, the ancestral people of the region.

With an extensive object loan program and collections care collaboration with NMAI, the Click Netherfield showcases at Huhugam are looked after under an annual service contract as part of our Click After Sales team.

I am grateful for the collaboration with Click Netherfield. From the installers and showcase techs to the company leadership, we consider Click Netherfield supporters of our Community.

Leland Thomas, Tohono O’odham/Akimel O’odham,
Assistant Curator / Exhibits Project Manager

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