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Matt Long

386 county road 321
Oxford, MS  38655
662-234-8037
mattlong@olemiss.edu
www.fullvictory.com

 

Education

1997

Master of Fine Arts
Ohio University
Athens, Ohio

1995

Bachelor of Fine Arts
Kansas City Art Institute
Kansas City,  Missouri

1992

Associate of Arts
Napa Valley College
Napa Valley, California

 

Teaching Experience

2005-Pres      

Assistant Professor of Art, Ceramics
University of Mississippi, Department of Art
Oxford, Mississippi

2003-2005              

Teaching Lab Specialist
University of Florida, School of Art and Art History
Gainesville, Florida

2003-2001

Adjunct Assistant Professor
University of Florida, School of Art and Art History
Gainesville, Florida

Teaching Lab Specialist
University of Florida, School of Art and Art History
Gainesville, Florida

2000-2001

Visiting Assistant Professor, Sabbatical Replacement, University of Florida, For Linda Arbuckle,
Duties include; Area Coordinator position, Upper division Graduate and Undergraduate Courses.       
                                                                 
1999-2000      

Adjunct Assistant Professor
University of Florida, School of Art and Art History
Gainesville, Florida

Teaching Lab Specialist
University of Florida, School of Art and Art History,
Gainesville, Floriida

1997       

Graduate Teaching Associate
Advanced Ceramics; kiln design, construction and firing
Ohio University, Athens, Ohio

1997       

Graduate Teaching Assistant
Clay and glaze calculation
Ohio University, Athens, Ohio

1996-97

Graduate Teaching Associate
Undergraduate wheel throwing and hand building
Ohio University, Athens, Ohio

1995-97

Graduate Teaching Assistant
Assistant for Professor Brad Schwieger, beginning throwing
Ohio University, Athens, Ohio

 

Professional Experience

2006               

Kiln Construction
Soda Kiln, cross draft, forced air, sprung arch
For the Red Lodge Clay Center, Red Lodge, Montana
                                               
Workshop/Visiting Artist
Terra Incognito Studios and Gallery, Oak Park, Illinois
Two day, demonstration, slide lecture
                                               
Workshop/Visiting Artist
Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, Atlanta, Georgia
Two day, demonstration, slide lecture

Laloba Ranch Faculty, Steamboat Springs, Colorado
Two week, demonstration, slide lecture

Summer Faculty/Workshop
Metchosin Int’l Summer School of the Arts, British Columbia
Two week, demonstration, slide lecture
                                               
Workshop/Visiting Artist
Red Star Studios Ceramic Center, Kansas City, Missouri
Seven day, demonstration, firing, slide lecture

Workshop/Visiting Artist
North Harris College, Houston Texas
Three day, demonstration, slide lecture

Workshop/Visiting Artist
College of the Ozarks, Point Lookout, Missouri                                
Two day, demonstration, slide lecture

 

2005                       

Laloba Ranch Faculty,  Steamboat Springs, Colorado
Seven day hands on Soda Firing workshop

Workshop/Visiting Artist
St. Petersburg Clay Company, St. Petersburg, Florida
Three day, demonstration, slide lecture
                                               
Craft Summer Faculty,
Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
Seven day hands-on Soda Firing workshop
                                               
Workshop/Visiting Artist
Finch Pottery, Bailey, North Carolina
Two day demonstration, slide lecture

Workshop/Visiting Artist
Walnut Creek Civic Arts Education, Walnut Creek, California
2 day demonstration, slide lecture

Visiting Artist/Slide Lecture
Hancock College, Santa Maria, CA
Slide presentation and lecture

Visiting Artist/Slide Lecture
El Camino College, Torrance, California
Slide presentation and lecture

Workshop/Visiting Artist
Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa, California
Two day workshop with slide presentation

 

2004                       

Summer Faculty, “Master Series”
Laloba Ranch Clay Center, Steamboat Springs, Colorado
One week, demonstration, firing, slide lecture

Pre-Conference Workshop for NCECA
Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana
Demonstrator, slide lecture

Workshop/Visiting Artist
Waubonsee Community College, Sugar Grove, Illinois
Kiln building workshop, slide lecture

Workshop/Visiting Artist
Collin County Community College, Allen, Texas
Throwing Demonstration, slide lecture

Workshop/Soda firing
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
Fire Soda kiln, Throwing demo, Slide lecture

Workshop/ Visiting Artist
Boulder Potters Guild, Boulder, Colorado
Throwing Demonstration, Slide lecture

 

2003                       

Visiting Artist/ Slide Lecture
Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas
Slide Lecture, Critique

Kiln building workshop/Visiting Artist
Willamette University, Salem, Oregon
Build reduction kiln, lecture, slide talk                      

Workshop/Visiting Artist
The Clay Studio/Space 743, San Francisco, California
One week workshop, demonstrations, slide lecture
                                               
Summer Session Faculty
Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, New Mexico
One week workshop, “Porcelain: Form Function and Gesture”

Workshop/Visiting Artist
Edinboro Universtiy, Edinboro, Pennsylvania
Three day wheel throwing demo, slide lecture

Workshop/Visiting Artist
St. Pete Clay, St. Pertersburg, Florida
Five day soda fire workshop, demonstrations, slide lecture

2002               

Summer Session Faculty                                        
AUTEC, Andros Island, Bahamas
One week workshop, demonstrations, slide lecture

Workshop/Visiting Artist
University of Southern California at Channel Islands, Camarillo, California
Three day wheel throwing demo, slide lecture

Workshop/Visiting Artist
University of Texas El Paso, El Paso, Texas
Three day wheel throwing demo, slide lecture 

NCECA; Pre-Conference, Workshop and show, “Clay Nation”
Ulrich Museum, University of Wichita, Wichita, Kansas,
with Brad Schwieger, Jim Brashear and Susan Filley

Summer SessionFaculty: Craft Summer
Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
One week soda fire/ porcelain workshop

Kiln Construction
Wood Kiln, cross draft, catenary arch
For the University of Florida, with graduate student, Tara Wilson

Workshop/Visiting Artist
Baltimore Clay Works, Baltimore, Maryland
One week teaching session

Co-Curator, “Porcelain/Stoneware: Side by Side”, with Susan Filey
Red Star Studio, Kansas City, Missouri
National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts

 

2001       

Faculty Advisor
Fine Arts College Council
University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

Summer Session Faculty
Odyssey Center for the Ceramic Arts, Asheville, North Carolina
1 week workshop, Slip as decoration

Workshop/Visiting Artist
Red Star Studio, Kansas City, Missouri
Wheel throwing demo, Soda Firing, slide lecture

Workshop/Visiting Artist
Atlantic Beach Potters, Jacksonville, Florida
Wheel throwing demo, slide lecture

Workshop/Visiting Artist
Clay Art Center, Port Chester, New York
Wheel throwing demo, slide lecture
                       
Summer Session Faculty
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee
“Form, Line, Gesture and Movement” a concentration on teapots

Workshop/Visiting Artist
Cornell University, Ithica, New York
Wheel throwing demo, Slide Lecture

Workshop/Visiting Artist
Southern Utah University, Cedar City, Utah
Wheel throwing demo, slide lecture

Workshop/Visiting Artist
University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi
Wheel throwing demo, Soda firing, slide lecture

Workshop/Visiting Artist
University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Alaska
Wheel throwing demo, slide lecture

 

2000               

Faculty Advisor
Fine Arts College Council
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

Curator, A Touch of Porcelain, with Susan Filley
Red Rocks Community College, Denver, Colorado
National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts

 

1999       
       
Faculty Advisor

Fine Arts College Council
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

Kiln Construction
Wood Kiln, cross draft, coffin style kiln
For the University of Florida, with graduate student, Missy McCormick

Kiln Construction
Soda Kiln, cross draft, forced air, sprung arch
For The University of Florida, with adjunct faculty, Ovidio Giberga

 

1998       

Kiln Construction
Reduction Kiln, 81 cu/ft, down draft, forced air, sprung arch
For Brad Schwieger, Athens, Ohio

Summer Session Faculty               
Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
Wheel throwing demo, slide lecture, wood firing

 

1995-1997

Kiln Construction
Ohio University, Athens
Reduction Kiln, down draft, forced air, sprung arch
Salt Kiln, down draft, forced air, sprung arch
Soda Kiln, cross draft, forced air, sprung arch                                         

 

1996       

Visiting Artist, Group Slide Lecture
Kent State University
Kent, Ohio

Visiting Artist, Group Slide Lecture
Cleveland Institute of Art
Cleveland, Ohio

                                                                 
1995

Visiting Artist, Group Slide Lecture
Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio

 

1992-95

Studio Assistant
Victor Babu, Associate Professor / Studio Artist
Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, Missouri

Ceramics Instructor
Wheel throwing and hand building
Johnson County Parks and Recreation, Kansas City, Kansas

 

1994       

Kiln Construction
Reduction Kiln, 48 cu/ft, down draft, sprung arch
For Debbie Wald, Kansas City, Kansas

 

Exhibitions 

2006       

Blue Spiral 1, Asheville, North Carolina
“Style & Function: National Ceramics Invitational”, Invitational

Collin County Community College, Plano, Texas
“New Clay Invitational” , Invitational

University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL
“Tea” The Teapot Exhibition by Invitation Only, Invitational

Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ
“20 + 1, An Invitational Exhibition”, Invitational

Terra Incognito Studios and Gallery, Oak Park, Illinois
Steven Hill & Matt Long Exhibition, Invitational

University of Mississippi Museum, Oxford, Mississippi
“Full Victory Pottery”, Solo Exhibition

Northern Clay Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Northern Clay Center’s 2006 American Pottery Festival, Invitational

Lux Center for the Arts, Lincoln, Nebraska
“Ceramic Cup & Teapot Invitational”, Invitational

Red Star Studios Ceramic Center, Kansas City, Missouri
Matt Long, Solo Exhibition

Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, Michigan
“The Art of the Teapot”, Invitational

Gallery 130, University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi
“Matt Long, Durant Thompson, Brooke White”, Invitational

North Harris College, Houston, Texas
“Matt Long” Solo Exhibition

Bogar Gallery, College of the Ozarks, Houston, Texas
“New Work by Matt Long”, Solo Exhibition

Red Star Studios Ceramic Center, Kansas City, MO
The Potter’s Tea Party Show”, Invitational

 

2005                       

National Conference for the Ceramic Arts, Baltimore, MD (122 artist)
“Endless Variations: Shino” Curated by Malcolm Davis, Invitational

National Conference for the Ceramic Arts, Baltimore, MD
The Potter’s Guild of Baltimore’s “Gas It Up: Salt, Soda, and Slip” Invitational

National Conference for the Ceramic Arts, Baltimore MD
“A Natural Touch” Exhibition, Invitational

University of Florida, Harn Museum, Gainesville, Florida
“The 40’th Annual Art Faculty Exhibition”, Invitational

Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore, Maryland
“Summer 2005 Invitational Exhibition”
Featuring; Kevin Crowe, Suze Lindsey, and Matt Long

Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona
Solo Exhibition

Red Star Studios, Kansas City, Missouri
Solo Exhibition

The Art School at Old Church, Demarest, New Jersy
“31st Annual Pottery Show and Sale”, Group Invitational

ARC Exhibitions, Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan
“David Hiltner and Matt Long Exhibition”, Invitational

Southwest School of Art and Craft, San Antonio, Texas
“The Visceral Vessel”, Invitational

St. Petersburg Clay Company, St. Petersburg, Florida
SLIP”!  Solo Exhibition

 

2004                       

Old Church Cultural Center, Demarest, New Jersey
“30th Inviational Pottery Show and Sale”, Invitational

Dunedin Fine Arts Center, Dunedin, Florida
“Power of Pottery”, Invitational

Baltimore Clay Works, Baltimore, Maryland
“The Loving Cup”, Invitational

Adleta Gallery, Cannonville, Ohio
“Rhythm” Solo exhibition

National Council for the Ceramic Arts, Pre-conference
Bloomington, Indiana, Demonstrators Exhibition,

Terra Incognito, Oak Park, Illinois
Two person show, with Doug Jeppesen, Invitational

The New Gallery, University of Miami, Coral Gables
“CUP”, Invitational

Focus Gallery, University Of Florida
“Technically Speaking”, Group Exhibition

 

2003                        

Sofa Chicago, New Ceramic Art
NCECA, Emerging Artists 1996-2000
International Exposition of Sculpture Objects & Functional Art
Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois

Gallery 504, San Diego, California
“Laloba Ranch Faculty Show” NCECA Conference

Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas
“Cheers”, Solo exhibition

Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, New Mexico
“Hundreds of Cups”, Invitational

Dunedin Fine Arts Center, Dunedin, Florida
“The Power of Pottery”, Invitational

Macalester College, Saint Paul, Minnesota
“Facets of Clay”, Invitational

University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
“38th annual art faculty exhibition”

The Wayne Center for the Arts, Wooster, Ohio
“Functional Ceramics 2003”

The Clay Studio/Space 743, San Francisco, California
“Solo Exhibition”

 

2002                               

The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
“Mastery in Clay: New Work”, invitational

Seward Park Art Studio, Seattle, Washington
“Tea Pot Show" invitational

Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
“Summer Faculty Exhibition”, invitational

Corning College, Corning, New York
“Clay and Glass Invitational”

Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, New Mexico
“For the Table”, invitational

Edwin A. Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita, Kansas,
“Clay Nation”, with: Susan Filley, Brad Schwieger, and Jim Brashear, Invitational

Ohio University, Athens, Ohio
“Source: OU Alumni Artists”, Invitational

Miami University, Oxford Ohio
“Faculty Show: Craft Summer”, Invitational

National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts
Kansas City, Missouri, “Cups of Merit” Juried

Baltimore Clay Works, Baltimore, Maryland
“Pots Presented”, Invitational

Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri
“Contemporary Studio Ceramics”, Invitational

National Conference for the Ceramic Arts
Red Star Studio
, Kansas City, Missouri
“Porcelain: Another Touch”, Invitational

 

2001                              

University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
“37th Annual Art Faculty Exhibition”, Invitational

Greenwich Arts Council, Greenwich, Connecticut
“COFA 2", Invitational

The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
“2001 Holiday Show”, Invitational

Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, New Mexico
“Salt & Ash’, Invitational

Red Star Studio, Kansas City Missouri
“Solo Exhibition”

The Clay Art Center, Port Chester, New York
“Solo Exhibition”

Odyssey Gallery, Asheville, North Carolina
“Odyssey Center Summer Visiting 2001 Show” Invitational

Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, New Mexico
“Summer Pottery Exhibition”, Invitational

Blue Spiral 1, Asheville, North Carolina,
“National Ceramic Invitational”

National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, Charlotte,
North Carolina, "Silent Auction"

 

2000       

Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, New Mexico
"Bistro 1615", Invitational

The Signature Shop and Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
“Cups,Cupboards and Cabinets” Invitational

Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore, Maryland
“Winterfest 2000", Invitational

The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
“Couplets:Duality in Clay”, Invitational

Gaddis Geeslin Gallery, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas,
“A Painter, a Potter and Sculpter”, Invitational

Folk Art Center-SHCG, Ashville, North Carolina,

Ohio Craft Museum, Columbus, Ohio
“Clay/Wood/Fire/Salt”, Invitational, Traveling Show

The Works Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
“Six Artists”, Invitational

Market House Craft Center, Lancanster Pennsylvania,
”Strictly Functional Pottery National Exhibition”, Juried

 The Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida, Gainesville
“Art Faculty 35th Annual Exhibition” Invitational

Red Rocks Community College, Denver, Colorado
National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts,
“A Touch of Porcelain”, Invitational

 

1999                       

Odyssey Center for the Ceramic Arts, Asheville, North Carolina
“Ritual of the Table, Invitational

The Signature Shop, Atlanta, Georgia
“Five Sculptural Approaches to Functional Pottery”, Invitational

Focus Gallery, Solo Exhibition, University of Florida, Gainesville
“Line and Gesture, Functional Pottery”

The Kentucky Art and Craft Gallery, Louisville, Kentucky
“Bourbon Bottles”, Invitational

The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
“Resident Artist / Selections Group Exhibition”, Invitational

Lill Street Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
“Salt and Soda”, Invitational

Odyssey Gallery, Asheville, North Carolina
“Wood, Salt, Soda:  Atmospheric Fired Ceramics”
Artist invites Artist, invited by Cynthia Bringle

Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee
“Arrowmont National 99", Juried

Focus Gallery, University of Florida, Gainesville
“Old faces / New Faces”, Invitational

Corinth Ceramic Studio, Los Angeles, California
“Night of One Hundred & One Cups”, Invitational

 

1998                       

Market House Craft Center, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
“Strictly Functional Pottery National Exhibition”, Juried

Ariana Gallery, Royal Oak, Michigan
“Steeped in Tradition”, Invitational

Appalachian Center for Crafts, Smithville, Tennessee
“Put A Lid On It”, Invitational

 

1997                       

Trissolini Gallery, Ohio University, Athens
“MFA Thesis Show”

Lincoln, California, “Feats of Clay”, Juried,
Purchase Award

Seigfred Gallery, Athens, Ohio
“Second Year Graduates”, Invitational

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Three Rivers Arts Festival
Juried

Market House Craft Center, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
“Strictly Functional Pottery National Exhibition”, Juried

The Esther Allen Greer Museum, University of Rio Grande, Ohio
“Graduate Invitational”, Invitational

 

1996                       

Lamar Dodd Art Center
, LaGrange College, LaGrange, Georgia
“Ohio Clay”, Invitational

Market House Craft Center, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
“Strictly Functional Pottery National Exhibition”, Juried

Baker University, Baldwin City, Kansas
“International Orton Cone Box Show”, Juried

Infinity Gallery, Newton, Massachusetts
"Here's to you" Drinking Vessel Show, Juried

Genesis Art, Athens, Ohio
“Ohio University Graduate Students”, Invitational

 

Awards and Recognition

2001               
Cup of Merit Award
, ”National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts”,
Charlotte, North Carolina,
Includes purchase of six cups, with one going to the permanent collection

 

2000                           
Emerging Artist Award
, “National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts”,
Denver, Colorado,
Includes; slide demonstration, admission to conference, honorarium

                       
1997                       
Lincoln, California
, “Feats of Clay”, juried
Purchase award

 

1997                       
Market House Craft Center
, Lancaster, Pennsylvania        
“Strictly Functional Pottery National Exhibition”, juried
Award $200; Laguna Clay

 

Publications

2004               

Ceramics Monthly, January 2004, Cover image, feature article
“Matt Long’s Moments of Victory”, by Glen R. Brown. Page 32-36.
                       
500 Cups, by Suzanne J.E. Tourtillott, Published by Lark Books, 2004
                       
High-Fire Glazes, by John Britt, Published by Lark Books, 2004
Work pictured; page 157,

2003

500 Bowls, by Suzanne J. E. Tourtillott, Published by Lark Books, 2003.
Work pictured; page 54
       

2002                               

Ceramics Monthly, May 2002, pg.37-40, work pictured

The Studio Potter, June 2002, Volume 30, No. 2. Pg. 28-29
Article, Picture

Clay Times, Volume 8, No. 4, July/August 02, pg.17-19.
Co-currated with Susan Filley, work pictured; pg.19

Ceramic Art and Perception, Issue 48, June 02, pg. 24.
Work pictured.

 

2001               

Ceramic Art and Perception, Issue 46, December 01, pg.98-100.
Article written by Catherine Boswell, work pictured

The Ceramic Glaze Handbook, by Mark Burleson, Published by Lark Books, 2001
Work Pictured; page 90

 

2000                       

Clay Times, Volume 6, No.3, May/June 00, pg.24-25 & pg.50
Article co-written with Susan Filley, Work Pictured

 

1998                

Clay Times, Volume 4, No.2, March/April 98, pg.41, Work pictured

 

 

Collections

Northern Arizona University Art Museum, Flagstaff, Arizona
Permanent Collection

NCECA (National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts), Charlotte, North Carolina
Permanent Collection

Foothills School of Arts and Crafts, Athens, Ohio
Permanent Collection

Dr. Tony Racella, Kansas City, Kansas
Private Collection

Mr. Jerome Nerman, Lenexa, Kansas
Private Collection

David and Wendy Ellsworth, Quakertown, Pennsylvania
Private Collection

 

 

Current Gallery Representation

Red Lodge Clay Center, Red Lodge, Montana

The Signature Shop and Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia

 

 

 

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