Zentangling is not just about making art, it's about children developing a skill that they can use as a tool to unfold their creative expression.

Program Details

  • No. of Sessions : 8 sessions

  • Day : Every Friday starting from September 18, 2020

  • Time: 4:00 - 5:00 pm 

  • Pitaara Community Meet: Every weekend

  • Program Facilitator: Monali Garg

  • Program Fees(50% off) : INR 3000 ​

  • Age Group: 9 - 15 years


Week 1 - Introduction to Zentangling

  • Difference between Doodling, Mandala and Zentangling 

  • Finding patterns all around us 

  • Who, when and how it started 

Week 2 - Create your pattern bank 

  • Drawing tangles, lines, curves, squares, triangles, circle 

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Week 3 - Zentangle Tiles

  • process and making of your zentangled tiles

Week 4 - Shading 

  • Shade inside different shapes 

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Week 5 - 3D Patterns

  • Shade inside different shapes 

Week 6 - Complex Patterns

  • We learn to make complex patterns piece by piece

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Week 7 - Zentangled Inspired Art 

  • We look at various art pieces, shoes, walls, bookmarks, paintings inspired y Zentangling 

  • We take up our own projects and make our Zentangling pieces

Week 8 - Craft 

  • Colouring Zentangled Design 

  • Craft

    • photoframes​

    • envelopes

    • wrapping paper 

    • greeting cards


Week 9 - Personal/Group Challenge

  • Co-create projects and challenges to apply the learning of these 8 weeks to a real life project. It can range from zentangling a wall to design your own shoes.

About Monali 

Monali is a mother to 2 unschooling children. She believes she is a life-long learner and she learns best by doing. She is a passionate Zentangle artist, finding her expression through Zentangling.

She is an active member of a homeschooling/unschooling community in Mumbai called “The Tribe”. She has also started a community initiative called “Pehchaan”. It works on the principle: “It takes a village to raise a child”.  It is a space to share ideas, thoughts and skills around parenting practices. 
Another initiative of hers is “Hamare Vichaar”, a bi-weekly sharing circle to discuss experiences and thoughts on a particular theme. 
She believes in a minimalistic and sustainable approach to life. She has created a community of like-minded people, where everyone can exchange skills and resources, similar to the barter system approach.

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