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Washington, DC | INTERLUDE : A Collaboration Between the Kreeger Museum and STABLE Arts

March 11, 2023 | 3:00 pm 4:00 pm

We are thrilled to announce a noteworthy event, INTERLUDE – a collaboration between the Kreeger Museum and STABLE Arts, which showcases the works of fifteen regional artists. 

Helen Chason, Director of the Kreeger Museum, will begin by extending a warm welcome to our guests.

Maleke Glee, Director of STABLE Arts, will provide an introduction to the exhibition. Additionally, three artists-Gail Shaw-Clemons, K. Lorraine Graham, and Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann-will share their perspectives on their work.


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Kreeger Museum 2401 Foxhall Rd. NW, Washington, DC 20007

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About the Participants

Helen Chason was named Director of The Kreeger Museum June 1, 2017.  Embracing the Museum’s mission to share art and music, Chason has prioritized programming that reaches across the city and celebrates the wealth of artistic talent in our community. Under her leadership the Museum has developed Jazz at the Kreeger, a series that spotlights area musicians, created The Collaborative, an exhibition program that supports visual and performing artists working in Washington DC, and expanded innovative and inclusive family program offerings. In addition to presenting group exhibitions in 2020 and 2021, the Museum presented two exhibitions in 2022 for legendary printmaker, Lou Stovall, illustrating and acknowledging Stovall’s profound and far-reaching influence on the Washington arts community and city. Chason holds an Ed.M. from Harvard University and has lived in Washington, DC since 1980.


K. Lorraine Graham writes poems and texts that occasionally manifest as drawings, games and performances. She is the author of The Rest is Censored (Bloof Books), Terminal Humming (Edge Books) and numerous zines, including Semiotic Squares (Primary Writing), a book of drawings, and My Little Neoliberal Pony (Insert Blanc Press). Graham earned an M.F.A. from the University of California, San Diego is an artist at STABLE Arts in Washington, D.C., where she also lives.


Gail Shaw-Clemons, born in Washington, DC, received her Masters’ Degree in printmaking from the University of Maryland. She is a printmaker, mixed media, and art activist. She has exhibited extensively, with many works included in public and private collections in the USA, Brazil, Norway, Sweden, China and the Republic of Ireland. Her work is also in the collection of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Library of Congress, and the Banneker-Douglass Museum. Shaw-Clemons has a studio at Stable Art and prints at the Bob Blackburn Printmaking Studio in New York as well as the Pyramid Printmaking Studio in Hyattsville MD. Recently retired as an art instructor from the United Nations International School in New York, She is currently an adjunct professor at Bowie State University in Maryland.


Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann creates large scale paintings and paper installations that examine mythology, identity, and landscape. She is the recipient of the Sustainable Arts Foundation grant, a Fulbright grant, the AIR Gallery and Lower East Side Printshop Keyholder Fellowships, and the Mayor’s Award and Hamiltonian Fellowship in Washington, DC. Some of the venues where Mann has shown her work include the Kreeger Museum, Academy Art Museum, Walters Art Museum, American University Museum, Tides Museum, Corcoran Gallery of Art, RawlsMuseum, the US consulate in Dubai, UAE, and the US embassy in Yaounde, Cameroon.

Images: Left: Matthew Mann, Moonlight Sinew, 2022, oil, acrylic, and collage on canvas, Courtesy ofthe artist. Right: David Urban, Band of Hope, 1996, oil on canvas, Gift from the Trustees of the Corcoran Gallery of Art., I Hold You Close. Image courtesy of Culture House.

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