June 14, 2021

Now that the excitement from the release of Zentangle Project Pack No. 14 has begun to simmer, it is our honor to formally introduce the newest Certified Zentangle Teachers from seminar #37!

This was our second online seminar and once again, the experience exceeded our expectations. For four days, we took over the local G.B. and Lexi Singh Auditorium right here in our hometown of Whitinsville, Massachusetts. From there, we broadcasted our live seminar to attendees from 21 different countries!

It is a humbling and uplifting experience to be able to share the Zentangle Method with enthusiasts from all over the world from our small little New England mill town.

Rick's dad, aunt and uncle all worked in this mill for many years. Maria's dad, who drove a truck, made deliveries to this mill. So, there was a bit of symmetry for this event to take place in this restored mill.
The theater from which we held our seminar.
Looking from the theater towards the village of Whitinsville.
Although we could not be together, the energy that everyone felt was undeniable. There were attendees taking the course across town and across the world and we could feel the passion and enthusiasm from everyone who was participating.

We used the Zentangle Mosaic® app to share the tiles we created and assemble them into various class mosaics. Being able to see all of the tiles together is an important part of the Zentangle process.

An added benefit is that all of you can also view the beautiful tiles! Just download the Zentangle Mosaic App from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store and search #CZT37 to see the tiles. (Searching and viewing are free, additional features require a subscription.)
We also invite you to view the CZT #37 Student Gallery. We asked participants to submit their favorite piece of Zentangle Art for this gallery and were blown away with the beauty and creativity. Enjoy!
CZT #37 Student Gallery
For many years we have used a technique when creating Zentangle art, but we never had a name for it. We asked the attendees of CZT #37 to submit their name suggestions for us to choose from and once and for all give it a name in the Zentangle-world.
Thank you to everyone who submitted an answer! We are pleased to announce that this technique is officially named Tucker, submitted by Gloria Jo Flynn.
Find a CZT
Find a Certified Zentangle Teacher in your area or search E-Learning to find a list of CZTs offering online courses by searching here.
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2021-2022 CZT Seminars!

Asia - Created with Love 

CZT Asia #16: August 1-4, 2021: Mandarin (attend online only).

please email info@cwlinc.com.tw with any questions about seminars in Asia

Europe - conZentric 

Save the Date! CZT EU #5: November 25-28, 2021

please email team@conzentric.art with any questions about seminars in Europe

United States - Zentangle, Inc.

Save the Date! CZT #38: April 5-8, 2022. Newport, Rhode Island, USA

Please email martha@zentangle.com with any questions about seminars in the United States

Thank you!
Once again, we want to extend a heartfelt welcome to all of the new CZTs from CZT #37

From Rick, Maria, Molly, Martha and everyone at ZTHQ
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