Zentangle is a creative form of meditative drawing that has gained more popularity in recent years. The abstract technique combines simple shapes like dots, lines and curves into spontaneous and intricately structured patterns. Such activity may facilitate practitioners to relieve stress and reach a relaxed state of mindfulness. 

In this two-hour workshop, certified Zentangle teacher Henri Chan demonstrates the basic techniques of this art form and guides participants to create their own set of Zentangle postcards, taking inspiration from traditional Chinese art and design along with the cloud and wave patterns found in ancient textiles and xiqu costumes.

21 December 2019 (Saturday)

3:30pm – 5:30pm

Studio 5, 2/F, Xiqu Centre

Henri Chan


Number of Participants:
Limited capacity on a first come, first served basis.
Please register online in advance and provide a valid email address for confirmation of registration.
Registrants will receive a confirmation email after registration and payment.

HK$130 per participant (tools and materials included)

Each participant will receive one set of materials to create two postcards.

Suitable for participants aged 10 and above. Participants under the age of 18 should be accompanied by an adult (companion may enter for free). Please register online in advance.

Mr Wu (852) 2200 5617, learning@wkcda.hk

Accessibility Services:
Sign language interpretation is available upon request with at least 14 days’ advance notice. Please contact: (852) 2200 5617 / learning@wkcda.hk

Adverse Weather Arrangements:
If a black rainstorm warning or a typhoon signal no. 8 or above is in force three hours before the start of the event, the event will be cancelled.

About Instructor:

Henri Chan

Certified Zentangle teacher Henri Chan is currently a PhD candidate majoring in Social Work at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He received a Master’s degree in Behavioural Health from The University of Hong Kong and a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work (Honours) from the Hong Kong Shue Yan University.

In 2014, with his partner Hatty Mok, he established “visible invisible”, an organisation offering community art workshops. In 2015, Henri and Hatty visited the Zentangle founders Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas in the United States and became the fifth and sixth certified Zentangle teachers in Hong Kong. To date, Henri has conducted Zentangle workshops for more than 3,000 participants, including those suffering from emotional and mental health issues. In 2017, with the support of Youth Square, Henri worked with 28 Zentangle enthusiasts to hold the first Zentangle joint exhibition in Hong Kong. In 2018, he created the largest indoor Zentangle composition Equilibrium, which became a permanent exhibit at Youth Square.

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