Maria and I have been working on Zentangle for 19 years now. Our passion has never waned. Most of you reading this have experienced some of the benefits of the Zentangle Method. As caretakers of the Zentangle Method, we are searching for new ways to spread the word to people who can benefit from it, particularly now with all that is going on.
In the past few weeks, Maria and I did our first two official podcasts (at least that we can remember!). They are both linked below. One was hosted by NAEA for a national organization of art teachers. The other one just came out. It is hosted by Michael Wann of Susquehanna Alchemy, a podcast outside our normal demographic.
Both interviews were fun and informative. They give insights into who we are as people and we talk more about the beginnings of the Zentangle Method.
We were surprised by how much we enjoyed our conversations. We didn't think we could connect as well as we did with our hosts through the internet. Now, we are excited to do more. We are particularly looking to speak to audiences we never thought to approach before. I mean, who wouldn't benefit from some creative Zentangle time amidst all that's going on?
So, one reason for this blog post is to request your recommendations for other podcasts Maria and I might do. We are particularly interested in hosts whose audiences are not likely to have encountered a CZT or the Zentangle Method.
And if YOU have a podcast and would like us to be on your show, please let us know. (I know there is one lady from India who had contacted us but I can't find your email. Please write again! Thanks.)
Whether it's a podcast about Wellness or Woodworking, Veterans or Veterinarians, Business or Bigfoot, please give your requests and recommendations in the comments below. If you want to contact us directly, email Julie Willand (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The other reasons for this blog post is to share the podcasts we spoke of. Here is the link for our first podcast with NAEA and K12ArtChat:
Here is the link for our second podcast with Michael Wann, which was just posted yesterday on his YouTube channel:
And thank you all for helping us get this information out to as many people as possible at this pivotal time. We are so grateful.