Zentangle Basics Class – September 4, 2021

Have you been curious about Zentangle? This is the class for you!

Learn more about the world of Zentangle by exploring some basic “tangles” as well as the philosophy and the process of this fun art form. With one simple stroke at a time, you’ll discover how simple, relaxing and enjoyable Zentangle can be. You’ll create two tiles of your own and have a chance to see how they fit into a larger mosaic. No art experience necessary – anyone can practice Zentangle and benefit from the meditative aspect of this form of drawing!

Saturday, September 4th from 9 am – noon
Cost $40

Register online here

Supply list:

  • 1 black 01 or PN Micron pen
  • 1 tortillon or paper stomp
  • 1 pencil

Paper tiles will be provided and there will be class sets of materials available to borrow.

This class is a prerequisite for other Zentangle classes from any CZT (Certified Zentangle Teacher)

Location: McMillan Arts Centre, 133 McMillan Street, Parksville


4 thoughts on “Zentangle Basics Class – September 4, 2021

  1. Justin Case

    I don’t understand this:
    “This class is a prerequisite for other Zentangle classes from any CZT (Certified Zentangle Teacher)”
    What does this mean?

    1. rhondaroy Post author

      Hi Justin – CZTs have received training from the official Zentangle folk (see zentangle.com). We all learn the same principles and teach them in our beginner classes. So once you’ve taken a beginner or basics class from any CZT, you’ll be able to follow classes from any other CZT – everyone has the same information. Make sense?

  2. Justin Case

    Thank you for answering so quickly. I have never heard before of such a class being a prerequisite for other Zentangle classes. So, if I understand correctly this means you can’t take a class from any other CZT if you haven’t followed the basic class first?

    1. rhondaroy Post author

      Justin, I would check with the teacher before signing up. It’s not like you have to have a certificate to say you’ve taken the class or anything. But in my experience, when someone hasn’t done the beginner class, they are at a disadvantage as everyone else has the same background and vocabulary.

      If you’re not sure, talk to the CZT teaching the class and find out what their policy is. And let me know if you’d like me to correspond further with you privately by email about this.
      Good luck and happy tangling!


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