On Campus Program

Zentangle Weekend: Explore the Tangled Compass Rose

For all levels; some experience with the Zentangle Method is recommended but not required.

A compass rose is the decorative symbol on a compass used to display the orientation of the cardinal directions and their intermediate points. In this program, Martha Huggins and Molly Hollibaugh, daughters of Zentangle founders Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas, guide you on a creative journey through the Zentangle Method, with a focus on the symbolism, meaning, and history of the compass rose.

The Zentangle Method is an easy-to-learn, relaxing, and fun way to call forth the artist within, in which you craft beautiful images by drawing structured patterns. Join Martha and Molly for a weekend of artistic exploration as you

  • Learn about the history, philosophy, and theory behind the Zentangle Method
  • Break down basic Zentangle techniques and tangles
  • Apply your new skills with confidence
  • Contribute to one larger finished piece.

Note Tuition includes all supplies.

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
Suitable For
Program Theme
Drawing and Painting


Martha Huggins taps into her yoga experience to guide students through their own natural process of finding their creativity.

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Molly Hollibaugh has worked in both furniture and jewelry design and has pursued an intense practice of the Zentangle Method.

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