In July 2019 Blackfoot Elders, University of Lethbridge faculty, and students visited England to conduct research on Blackfoot objects held by British museums. They visited these museums to create digital models that will be hosted on the Blackfoot Digital Library and become the property of the Blackfoot people. The museums included The British Museum, The Horniman Museum and Gardens in London, and The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Cambridge.
The travellers were Danielle Heavy Head, Jerry Potts, Velma Crow Shoe, Kent Ayoungman, Linda Little Chief, Jackson 2Bears, Justine Heavy Head, Deserae Yellow Horn, Melissa Shouting, John Murray, Carol Murray, Dr. Josephine Mills, and Christine Clark. The British side of the team is Louisa Minkin, Ian Dawson, and Tom Allison. Minkin is a professor and artist at Central Saint Martins art college, where 3D technology is being explored. These British team members have developed sophisticated techniques to produce images of objects with incredible detail.