Living at the Water's Edge in Toronto (2016) created 91 watermarks.
Living at the Water's Edge in Toronto is a course offered by Dr. Bonnie McElhinny through the University of Toronto’s anthropology department. Toronto is a city with 9 rivers, on one great lake. This course introduces students to anthropology by using a wide range of media, field trips, and independent research to explore how people think about, imagine, and interact with water. Students in the course shared their personal Watermarks and became Watermark collectors themselves at the Great Lakes Public Forum.
Andaman Sea, Myanmar
Chati Dang
Arctic Ocean
Marcus Slep
Atlantic Ocean (Coast of Argentina)
Ana Taraborelli
Atlantic Ocean, Maine
Victor Wakelin
Atlantic Ocean, New Bruswick
Atlantic Ocean, Newfoundland
Lauren Stokes
Atlantic Ocean, Nova Scotia
Unknown N/A
Atlantic Ocean, Virginia
Matt Frola
Big Salmon Lake, Ontario
Elisa Cheng
Bow River, Alberta
Chris Aultmitw
Bow River, Alberta
Ruby Pajares
Buntzen Lake, British Columbia
Daniel Kim
Burred Inlet, British Columbia
Angela Huang
Detroit River, Ontario
Chaeyoung Kim
Flathead Lake
Stephan Joyu
Georgian Bay, Ontario
Bob Duncanson
Georgian Bay, Ontario
Itemachandra Jayatena
Georgian Bay, Ontario
James Wagar
Georgian Bay, Ontario
Jane Gamble
Lake Huron, Ontario
Liz Gallin
Georgian Bay, Ontario
Mariam Jammal
Georgian Bay, Ontario
Stephanie Barron
Georgian Bay, Ontario
Tatjana M
Green Lake
Yvette Menard