Friday, December 31, 2010
Anyone up for a Zentangle Retreat?
Because art is so much fun to do with other people, it seems to me that a Zentangle Re-treat would be something fun to try and work out.
As I poked around with the idea, little signs along the way led to Oakwood Retreat Center in Selma Indiana. This sweet and earthy little farm is out in the country, and they love to host groups that in some way nourish the spirit. I'd say Zentangle does just that, so we've planned a long weekend retreat for March 17 through March 20. It begins on the evening of St. Patty's Day (Thursday) and ends on the first day of Spring (Sunday). And we'll throw a full moon in, too.
We're calling it Zentangle® FloatFest: A Re-Treat for Zentangle Lovers. The idea is to provide a time and space for people who love Zentangle to connect with others, get away, learn something new, relax, do nothing, do everything, do a little, do a lot. We want to provide a space where each person can 'float' with their own Zentangle experience. There will be structure for those who like that, but there will also be the freedom to pick and choose what each person feels is right for each moment.
We are still forming classes and activities, and as we have information to share, we will share it here. If you would like more information or have specific questions, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Subject line: FloatFest)