Shabbat is a great time to slow down and get closer to the world around you, to engage your senses and your sense of wonder by observing and processing our experiences through mark- and art-making.

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Shabbat is a great time to slow down and get closer to the world around you, to engage your senses and your sense of wonder by observing and processing our experiences through mark- and art-making. Using the Jewish Studio Process, we’ll gather in textual inquiry and art-making, ground ourselves with restorative creativity, let our minds wander with materials in hand, and nourish ourselves with deep play.

 

About Sharoni

Sharoni Sibony is a community organizer, artist, an educator across multiple disciplines and a Jewish Studio Project Facilitator. She currently serves as the Adult Education Coordinator at Holy Blossom Temple, facilitates an adult secular B’Mitzvah program at UJPO/Morris Winchevsky School, and has worked and volunteered in Jewish educational programming and event management at the Prosserman JCC and the Miles Nadal JCC, Ashkenaz Festival, Limmud Toronto, and the Ontario Jewish Archives: Blankenstein Family Heritage Centre. She has been a lecturer, tour guide, pottery instructor, creative facilitator, and book club leader in various venues across the Toronto community.

 

For ages 16+

Saturdays from 2-4 PM

Mar 16

Apr 20

May 11

Jun 15

https://www.mnjcc.org/visualarts

 

Questions? Contact LaurenS@mnjcc.org

 

Presented by:

A Kultura Collective Member

Start Date: March 16, 2024

Closing Date: June 15, 2024

2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Downtown Toronto

750 Spadina Ave

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$18

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