Born in 1983 in Madison, WI, USA
Lives and works in Washington DC., USA
2009 MFA, Hoffberger School of Painting. Maryland Institute College of Art.

2005 BA Honors and Magna Cum Laude: Visual Art. BA Magna Cum Laude: Human Development. Brown University, Providence RI.

2012 Clove, Project 4 Gallery, Washington, DC

  Embroideries, Rawls Museum Arts, with Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Courtland, VA
  Unquiet Kingdom, Honfleur Gallery, Washington, DC
  Root, AIR Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
  New Works, Blue Sky Gallery, Dayton, OH
  Slurry, Rice Gallery, McDaniel College, Westminster, MD
2011 Bound, Hamiltonian Gallery, Washington, DC

2010 Byzantine, Dayton International Airport, Dayton, OH

2009 Lost Cities, Scott Center Gallery, Carroll Community College, Westminster, MD

2006 Laqi Taiyal, Fulbright exhibition, Red Brick Gallery, Yilan, Taiwan

  Bird Window, Guandu National Park. In collaboration with Annalilly Charles. Taipei, Taiwan
2012 IN/LIT, Brian Morris Gallery, New York, NY

  (e)merge Art Fair, with Project 4 Gallery, Washington, DC
  SCOPE Art Fair, with Project 4 Gallery, Miami, FL
  10x10, Juvenal Reis Studios, Long Island City, NY
  8 Hour Projects: Craft and Process, Allegheny College, Meadville, PA
  2,3,4, Blue Sky Exhibition Space, Dayton, OH
  All My Friends Are Painters, Addison Ripley Fine Art, Washington, DC
  Maryland Institute College of Art, Janet and Walter Sondheim Artscape Semifinalists, Baltimore, MD
  Volta Art Fair, with ArtTrek NYC, New York, NY
2011 Generations, AIR Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

  (e)merge Art Fair, with Hamiltonian Artists, Washington, DC
  Options Biennial, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC
  Wish You Were Here, AIR Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
  Things Fall Apart, Community College of Baltimore, Catonsville, MD
  2011 Juried Exhibition, Rawls Museum, Courtland, VA. Curated by Lisa Sigal
  Buy What You Love, Mariane Boesky Gallery, New York, NY
2010 SCOPE Art Fair, with Hamiltonian Artists, Miami, FL

  Art in Embassies Program, Ambassador's Residence, Yaounde, Cameroon
  Reagan National Airport, Washington, DC
  Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, Fulbright Honorees, Baltimore, MD
  Triangle Artists, Open Studio, Dumbo Arts Festival, Brooklyn, NY
  Alpan Gallery, Alpan International, Huntington, NY, Juried by Hitomi Iwasaki,
  Curator/Director of Exhibitions, Queens Museum of Art, NY
  Hamiltonian Gallery, Katherine Mann, Christian Benefiel and Michael Enn Sirvet, Washington, DC
2009 SCOPE Art Fair, with Hamiltonian Artists, Miami, FL

  Maryland Art Place, Vanity Affair, Baltimore, MD
  Maryland Institute College of Art, Janet and Walter Sondheim Artscape Semifinalists, Baltimore, MD
  Maryland Art Place, Convergence 09, Baltimore, MD
  Carroll Square Gallery, with Hemphill Fine Arts, Landscape Biology, Washington, DC
  Hamiltonian Gallery, new. (now.), Washington, DC
  No Soul for Sale Art Fair, with Transformer Gallery, New York, NY
2008 Transformer Gallery, Paper Trail, Washington, DC

  Randall Scott Gallery, Quasi-Painting, Washington, DC
  Ogilvy Art NY, The Giving Gallery, New York, NY
  Maryland Art Place, The Seven Deadly Sins, Baltimore, MD
  Civilian Art Projects, Quart Bag, Washington, DC
  Pinkard Gallery, Penned, Baltimore, MD; Ellipse Arts Center, Arlington, VA; Lump Gallery/Projects, NC
  Area Lugar de Proyectos, Publica 2, Caguas, Puerto Rico
  Corcoran Gallery of Art, Gallery 31, Art Anonymous, Washington, DC
2007 Walters Art Museum, Repeat Respond React, Baltimore, MD

2013 Artist in Residence, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha, NE (forthcoming)

  Artist in Residence, Djerassi Resident Artists Program, Woodside, CA (forthcoming)
2012 3rd prize, Bethesda Painting Awards

  Artist in Residence, Blue Sky Dayton, Dayton, OH
2011 Best in Show, 2011 Juried Exhibition, Rawls Museum, Courtland, VA

  Fellow, AIR Gallery Fellowship Program, Brooklyn, NY
  Artist in Residence, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass, CO
2010 Artist in Residence, Triangle Artists Workshop, Brooklyn, NY

  Artist in Residence, Salzburg Kunstlerhaus, Salzburg, Austria
  2nd prize, Bethesda Painting Awards
  Artist in Residence with full fellowship, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT
2009 Winner, Toby Devan Lewis Fellowship

  Fellow, Hamiltonian Artists. Washington, DC
  Artist in Residence, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Amherst, VA
  Artist in Residence, Blue Sky Dayton, Dayton, OH
2005-2006 Fulbright Grant: Taiwan

2012 Washington Post, "Katherine Tzu-lan Mann", by Mark Jenkins (December 6, 2012)

  Pink Line Project, "'Love and Rage' at Honfleur Gallery", by Christina Sturdivant (September 24, 2012)
  Worn Magazine, "Interview with Katherine Mann", by Jacqueline Hiersteiner (Issue 4, pg 18-22)
  Dayton Daily News, "Pushing the Artistic Envelope at Blue Sky", by Pamela Dillon (August 18, 2012)
  Carroll County Times, "Artist Only Gets Better", by Pam Zappardino (March 1, 2012)
  Baltimore Style Magazine, "Artist Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann", by Joe Sugarman (March 2012)
2011 New American Paintings Blog, "Highlights from (e)merge--Artists Platform", by Alex Epstein and Matthew Smith (Sept 26, 2011)

  Washington Post, "The (e)merge Art Fair", by Ricky Carioti (September 20, 2011)
2010 Washington Post, “As Far as the Mind Can See”, by Michael O’Sullivan (June 9, 2010)

  Maryland Gazette, “Bethesda Painting Awards a Winner (Mostly)”, by Claudia Rousseau (June 16, 2010)
2009 Baltimore City Paper, “Grad Company” by Alex Ebstein (July 29, 2009)

  Maryland Gazette, “Painting Award Winners Show Promise, Surprise” by Claudia Rousseau (June 17, 2009)
2008 Chesapeake Life Magazine, “Art Gallery” by Kim Vandyke (March-April, pg 27-29) 2008

  International Designers Network Magazine, “Portholes into a Private Fantasy World” (Vol 15 Number 3, pg 117)
  Locus Art Magazine, “Katherine Mann” by Emily Hunter (Issue 5, Fall 2008, pg 72-79)
2006 Taipei Times, “Taiyal Children Paintings”, (May 14, 2006)

  Hamline University, Saint Paul, MN
DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Washington, DC
State Department, United States Consulate, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
City of Salzburg, Department of Culture and Education, Salzburg, Austria
Brown University, Providence, RI
College of Notre Dame, Baltimore, MD