The goal of the project is to engage with Indigenous artists and allow them to express how they interpret "Healing Relations" while promoting knowledge growth and relationship building between Indigenous people and the Memorial University of Newfoundland's Faculty of Nursing (MUNFON). Charlene Combdon is an external partner and community collaborator. Ms. Combdon is a Mi'kmaq community member who is also a Qalipu First Nation Ward Representative and is very involved in her community. Kelly Anne Butler has also agreed to be an internal collaborator and community partner. Ms. Butler is the Interim Director of Indigenous Engagement and Reconciliation at Memorial University of Newfoundland. The project will engage with artists who represent the nations of Newfoundland and Labrador (Mi'kmaq, Innu and Inuit) and through their examination of the question what "Healing Relations" means to them allow them to create a piece of art, while engaging with MUNFON hroughout the project. A final display to discuss the pieces that the artists have created for MUNFON will occur at a tea and conversation event. This event will be open to the public and the artists will discuss the process, the art, and their thoughts on the project. The art created for MUNFON will be displayed at the school after the final unveiling engagement event.