Virtual Programs

Registration will open approximately one week prior to each program and registrants will be emailed instructions to access the program and a Zoom link.

Be sure to follow us on social media for artist highlights leading up to each event!

Upcoming Programs

Thursday, September 3 at 5:00pm
STABLE Artist Talk: Rex Delafkaran
in conversation with Danielle O'Steen

Originally from California, Rex (Alexandra) Delafkaran is currently based in Washington, DC, where she has a studio at STABLE. She has exhibited work and staged performances at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, IA&A at Hillyer, Transformer Gallery, and the Textile Museum at George Washington University, as well as Panoply Performance Lab in Brooklyn and Southern Exposure Gallery in San Francisco. Delafkaran curates independent projects, most recently HYPHEN AMERICAN at The George Washington University in collaboration with artist Tsedaye Makonnen. Delafkaran holds a degree in Ceramics and Performance Art from the San Francisco Art Institute and is currently Exhibition Director of Hamiltonian Artists in Washington.

Past Program Recordings

Melvin Nesbitt Jr. is a multimedia artist working primarily in collage, drawing, and painting. His work engages with themes of race, identity, personal history, and storytelling. Originally from South Carolina, Nesbitt currently lives and works in Washington, DC, and has studied at the University of the District of Columbia and Washington Studio School. He has exhibited work at STABLE, DC Arts Center, West Main Artists Co-Op (Spartanburg, SC), Spartanburg County Public Library (SC), and Art At Kings Oaks (Newtown, PA), and most recently in a solo show at Sense Gallery in Washington.



In the year of 1997, Halim A. Flowers was arrested at the age of 16 and sentenced to two life sentences in the District of Columbia. His experiences were filmed in the Emmy award-winning documentary “Thug Life In DC”. In 2005, he started his own publishing company SATO Communications, through which he published 11 books.
In 2019, Halim was released from prison after serving 22 years imprisoned. Upon release, he was awarded the Halcyon Arts Lab and Echoing Green fellowship awards. In 2020, he signed to be represented by the Stella Jones Gallery for his visual art practice.