Winchester Park community members were engaged in an artistic process to explore living in Canada, on Turtle Island, as Indigenous people, settlers, or newcomers in 2017, a milestone year marking the 150th year of the dominion of Canada, and the ongoing legacy and impact of colonialism. This process resulted in the collaborative design, building, installation, and unveiling of a 12 FT in diameter pebble mosaic, infused with the intentions, questions, and stories of community members, which arose as we discussed relationships to land, home, and Indigenous sovereignty.

Anna Camilleri, Lead Artist and Designer
Tristan R. Whiston, Lead Artist
Katie Yealland, Production Lead
Wy Joung Kou, Associate Artist
Kay Jones, Associate Artist
Kandace Price, Associate Artist
Randy Alexander, Project Coordinator
Zoë Gemelli, Still Photography
Aqua Nibii Waakaaskone, Unveiling Event Performing Artist
Zena Lord, Unveiling Event Performing Artist
Junia Mason, Unveiling Event Performing Artist
Daniel Zarubica, Unveiling Event Performing Artist
Ryan Kraft, ASL Interpreter
Victoria Dwight, ASL Interpreter
April Holtom, ASL Interpreter
Yonah Sienna, ASL Interpreter

Funding Partners: Government of Canada, the Government of Ontario, Canada Summer Jobs, the Toronto Arts Council.

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