Kathryn Klingle is a multimedia artist who recently earned a BA in Gender Studies from Harvard University. She works in pen and ink, video, yarn, and “whatever else is around.” In her week (plus!) at Sable, Kathryn revamped the icebox, fixed the kitchen roof, drew a bunch, and hung out with the shell peas. After lighting up Sable with her bright smile and fabulous energy, Kathryn embarked on a year-long fellowship in Coast Rica, where she is currently working on a cacao farm in Guanacaste.
Grace Costin is from Central Vermont and works with a variety of materials based on what the season and landscape have to offer. She spent her time at Sable experimenting with braided cattail basketry, eco-printing, rock paints, and joining in with garden care and foodmaking.
Melissa Kaitlyn Carter is an actress, singer songwriter, and theatre maker based in Brooklyn, NY. While at Sable, Melissa spent her days writing songs for an indie folk musical that she's currently developing called "Enough." In addition to music making, she loved having space and time to hang with trees, swim in the river, and take in some sweet Vermont views. Outside of her creative work, Melissa is the founder of RECESS, a program that brings creativity + connection to the workplace. www.melissakaitlyncarter.com.
Lydia Morris is a writer who grew up nearby in Bethel, Vermont and is a new student at Marlboro College. Lydia spent a lot of time writing poetry on Sable's typewriter in the "Kern Shack" while at Sable and enjoyed being off-grid.