The proposed project incorporates new experiential and multicultural learning opportunities for students in the Museum Anthropology course and will contribute to the Winter 2020 Great Lakes Theme semester. Funds are requested to bring two Anishinaabe (Indigenous communities of the Great Lakes region) artists who make baskets using traditional materials to Ann Arbor. The artists will meet with students in the course to discuss museum objects that the students have researched. Through conversations, students gain real-world experience in multicultural engagement and knowledge sharing, which are the foundation for museum/community partnerships. Students will use what they have learned through their research and conversations with the artists to develop an exhibit for the student project display cases in the UM Museum of Natural History (UMMNH).