Tanya Singer is a media industry veteran with a passion for knitting, teaching and social justice. She first taught knitting to children through her role as a hands-on member of the Board of Green Bronx Machine, a non-profit organization with a school-based classroom gardening program for under-served students. Inspired by collaboration, Tanya often works with other artisans and educators to teach children and adults alike how to utilize their talents to make a meaningful impact in our communities. Tanya runs Ewe Can Knit, a Westchester-based knitting lesson business for adults and children as young as age 8. She has lectured at Vogue Knitting Live and is a contributor to Modern Daily Knitting (MDK).
Sarah Divi creates site-specific fiber art installations from unwanted items rescued from the dark corners of closets. She finds inspiration in taking familiar objects and presenting them in unfamiliar ways. Her interactive artwork engages her audience emotionally and mentally, as well as physically. Sarah earned a BFA from Purchase College School of Art+Design, and has completed art fellowships and teaching residencies with ArtsWestchester, Hudson River Museum, and WUJS Arad. She has exhibited her work in both the U.S. and Israel.