Attentive listeners get a crash course in Arizona/New Mexico tribal geography and geneaology at King Galleries in Scottsdale. The director is a published authority on Pueblo pottery, and can recite family lineages by memory. King’s repertoire features important historic pieces, three-inch miniature works, vessels by living elders as well as potters in their 20s and 30s, and a few shapes and schemes not typically thought of as “Indian art” (e.g. Virgil Ortiz’s human figures with exaggerated limbs or pots with tattoo-like graphics). www.kinggalleries.com »The little-known Huhugam Ki Museum in the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community is an old-fashioned, bythe-people facility. No touchscreens or headsets are required to view vignettes about local crafting, cooking, building and governing. The reed, caliche and adobe museum structure sits four miles east of downtown Scottsdale.