Sharoni Sibony is a community weaver and organizer, artist, and educator across multiple disciplines. You can find her at various venues around Toronto with her mobile Art Cart – a treasure trove of mixed media materials that she takes on the road to teach creative process as a spiritual practice. She currently serves as the Adult Education Coordinator at Holy Blossom Temple, teaches adult B'Mitzvah programs for Secular Synagogue and UJPO/Morris Winchevsky School -- the latter where she also facilitates the "Jewish Heretics Ritual Lab" -- and has worked and volunteered in Jewish educational programming and event management. She has been a lecturer, tour guide, pottery instructor, creativity facilitator, and book club leader in various venues. Following her fellowship in the ATIQ: Jewish Makers' Kollel, she trained as a creativity facilitator with the Jewish Studio Project out of Berkeley, CA. During the pandemic, she turned her artistic explorations to the relationship between chronic illness, ritual, and rest, and you can see some of her work in the Canadian Journal of Theology, Mental Health, and Disability. Her pottery practice, developed over more than 20 years, focuses on functional hand-building and wheel throwing with a lot of carved surface decorations. She loves to teach material exploration and experimentation, and a happy dose of life philosophy learned through making.