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Seminar Translated into ASL
Blog Award
Great Interview
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February 13, 2012


We are sending out this interim newsletter because we have an addition to our CZT seminar that we feel is important to tell you about.
We also just received a link to a great interview on Zentangle.
More info below.


Rick and Maria  


CZT Seminar will be translated into ASL 

Our February 21-24, 2012, Certified Zentangle Teacher seminar will be translated into American Sign Language (ASL).

This was a last minute addition and we wanted to tell you about it in case you or someone you know can benefit.

We will hold registration open for a couple more days, just in case. If you have any questions, send us an email and we'll get right back to you.

We are grateful to the staff of The Learning Center for the Deaf in Framingham, Massachusetts. They made this possible on very short notice.

I am the Diva . . . Results


If you received our previous newsletter, you may remember that we announced that Laura Harms' blog I am the Diva-CZT was nominated "one of the most fascinating teaching blogs" of 2011!




Well now we can just change that graphic above to this new one below:




Thank you to all who voted and . . . 
Congratulations Laura!
(More details on this blog.)  



Great Interview

We just received this link to a wonderful interview about Zentangle. 

Joanna Campbell Slan interviewed Linda Farmer, CZT, and creator of the popular tanglepatterns.com website.

This interview gives a good insight into Zentangle, particularly for someone unfamiliar with what Zentangle is all about.

(See this blog to learn why we told people about Joanna's new book, "Ink, Red, Dead.") 

We are grateful to share this wonderful adventure with you. 

Thank you for inviting us into your inbox!




Rick and Maria

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Zentangle describes an easy to learn and relaxing method of creating beautiful images from structured patterns.

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