1985 MFA, Master of Fine Arts • Montana State University, Bozeman, MT
1981 BFA, Bachelor of Fine Arts • University of Georgia, Athens, GA
2011 One World Ocean, Ionion Center for Art and Culture • Metaxata, Kefalonia, Greece. (July)
2010 Material Drift, Sandler Hudson Gallery • Atlanta, GA. ( May-July)
Sappho’s Mirrors, Primo Piano LivingGallery • Lecce, Italy (March)
2009 Panthalassa, ARTLIFEfortheworld, Arte Visive of the Venice Biennale • Venice, Italy (September)
2008 Plastic Durations, NY Arts Beijing, Chaoyang District • Beijing, China. (during the 2008 Olympics)
Pam Longobardi: Drifters, Tinney Contemporary, Nashville • TN. (October)
Drifters, Charlotte and Philip Hanes Gallery, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem • NC. (September)
2007 Drifters, Charleston Heights Art Center • Las Vegas, NV. (November)
Drifters, Sandler Hudson Gallery • Atlanta, GA. (January)
2006 Sky is Fallen, Sandler Hudson Gallery (roof installation) • Atlanta, GA. (April)
2004 Worlds Within Worlds, Jacksonville Museum of Modern Art • Jacksonville, FL. (June-Oct)
Artificial Kingdoms, Sylvia Schmidt Contemporary Art • New Orleans, LA. (March)
Pam Longobardi: New Paintings, Rentz Gallery • Richmond, VA. (December)
2003 Drawing Voices: Encounter, collaboration with C. Dongoski, Galerie Entropia • Wroclaw, Poland.
Survey: Works from 1995-2003, Heistand Galleries, Miami University • Oxford, Ohio.
2002 Pearl of the Third Mind, collaboration with C. Dongoski, Gusto House Gallery/Free Space • Kobe, Japan.
Thin Line Drawn, collaboration with C. Dongoski, Bergen Gallery, Savannah College of Art + Design • Savannah, GA
2000 world world, Lowe Gallery • Atlanta, Georgia.
Visible/Invisible, Hartsfield International Airport Atrium • Atlanta, Georgia.
Beyond the Frame, Knoxville Museum of Art • Knoxville, Tennessee (Oct- February 2001)
Damp Edge, collaboration with C. Dongoski, Gallery of Art, University of Northern Iowa • Cedar Falls, IA.
1998 animal/beautiful, Lowe Gallery • Atlanta, Georgia. Catalog.
1995 Mixed-media Works , Wake Forest University Fine Arts Gallery • Winston-Salem, NC..
1994 Appeals, Oaths, and Queries, Marshall Arts • Memphis, Tennessee. Catalog.
Appeals, Oaths, and Queries , Lowe Gallery • Atlanta, Georgia. Catalog.
Double/Split, Fine Art Center, Connecticut College • New London, Connecticut. Installation.
1993 Double/Split, Czech Cultural Center • Bratislava, Slovakia. Installation.
Double/Split ( Desire), MUU ry, Gallery of New Media • Helsinki, Finland. Installation.
Lowe Gallery • Atlanta, Georgia.
1992 Kathryn Sermas Gallery • New York, New York.
Lowe Gallery • Los Angeles, California.
Fine Arts Gallery, Sweet Briar College • Sweet Briar, Virginia.
1991 Instituto de Estudios Norteamericanos • Barcelona, Spain.
Kathryn Sermas Gallery • New York, NY.
Lowe Gallery • Atlanta, Georgia.
1990 Artemisia Gallery • Chicago, Illinois.
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Rental Gallery • San Francisco, California.
1989 Taller Galeria Fort • Cadaques, Spain.
Kyle Belding Gallery • Denver, Colorado.
Merwin Gallery of Art, Illinois Wesleyan University • Bloomington, Illinois.
Gray Art Gallery, East Carolina University • Greenville, North Carolina.
1988 Matrix Gallery • Sacramento, California.
Ewing Art Gallery, University of Tennessee • Knoxville, Tennessee
1987 Brunswick Gallery • Missoula, Montana.
1986 Paris Gibson Square Center for Contemporary Art • Great Falls, Montana.
1984 Danforth Gallery • Livingston, Montana.
2010 Metaphysical Materiality, Tinney Contemporary Gallery • Nashville, TN(Jul-Aug) and Ernest G. Welch Gallery,
Georgia State University • Atlanta, GA (Sept). Catalog, essay by Peter Frank.
2009 Found Object, Brenau University • Gainesville, GA. With Loren Schwerd, Donna Mintz.
2008 New Genre Landscape, City of Atlanta Cultural Affairs, Sunken Garden Park • Atlanta, GA. The Bottle
Project, large-scale site-specific installation and website with Craig Dongoski and Joe Peragine.
Curated by Stuart Keeler.
2007 POOL Art Fair/Ocean View at Miami Basel Art Fair, (w. Peggy Cyphers), Cavalier Hotel • Miami, FL.
Curated by Giorgio Handelman and Frere Independent/NY-Paris.
POOL Art Fair/Art Attack, Chelsea Hotel (w. Peggy Cyphers and Gwen Thomas), Chelsea Hotel • NY, NY.
Pam Longobardi and Hans Loffel, Chepasta Gallery • Honolulu, Hawaii
2004 Adornment: Embellishment and Encroachment,(w/Jaqueline Bishop, Les Christensen) Diboll Gallery, Loyola University
Pam Longobardi and Miriam Karp, Sandler Hudson Gallery • Atlanta, GA.
2003 Pam Longobardi and Craig Dongoski: Works on Paper, Santa Reparata Gallery • Florence, Italy.
2002 Pam Longobardi and Michael Murrell, Barrister’s Gallery • New Orleans, LA.
Pam Longobardi, Rayna Rochat, Cynthia Knapp, Fay Gold Gallery • Atlanta, GA.
1997 Instinct and Intellect: Leslie Dill, Pam Longobardi, Allison Saar, Kara Walker, Monique Knowlton Gallery • NY, NY.
1996 Jill Emery, Pam Longobardi, Gary Paller, Crossing Space • Portoguaro (Venice), Italy.
1993 Landscape and the Metaphysical, curated by Alan Frame, Delta Axis Contemporary Arts Center • Memphis, TN.
1990 States of Matter, Installation in "Living Artists”, Knoxville Museum of Art. • Knoxville, Tennessee.
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2011 Oceanomania, Nouveau Museé National de Monaco • Montecarlo, Monaco.
Curated by Mark Dion, Sarina Basta and Cristiano Raimondi (April-Nov)
Voyage on an Uncanny Sea, Gallery Diet • Miami. (Feb.) Curated by Mark Dion.
Flows to Bay, Museum of Monterey • Monterey, California. Curated by Lisa Coscino.
The Sixth Gyre: Art, Oceans, and Plastic Pollution, 5th International Marine Debris Conference • Honolulu, HI.
The Architecture of Plastic Pollution, University of Hawaii, Manoa, organized by SafePlanet, UNEP
2010 PAI 2010, Samothrace and Alexandroupolis, Greece, International art exhibition in Samothrace, Greece, Union of Cultural Associations of Evros, EPOFE Concept/ UNESCO Permanent collection Municipality of Samothrace.
Contemporary Feminine Mythologies, Primo Piano LivingGallery • Lecce, Italy
Cadavre Equis, Primo Piano LivingGallery • Lecce, Italy
2009 Staying Alive, Metaphor Contemporary Art • Brooklyn, NY
Green Light II, curated by Loie Lassiter, Bank of America Plaza • Charlotte, NC.
Slow News, Broadthinking Curatorial, Mark’s Garage Art Center • Honolulu, HI.
2008 Selections from the Imagery Estate Winery Permanent Collection, Carnegie Art Museum, Oxnard, CA.
Georgia Green, Georgia State University and College • Milledgeville, Georgia.
2007 Broadthinking: Inaugural, Silent Space Gallery • Kingston, New York.
Broadthinking: Inaugural Virtual Exhibition, E32 at Lotus • New York, NY
2006 Birdspace, Tucson Art Museum • Tucson, AZ. (Jan-Mar.) Curated by David Rubin, traveling for 2 years.
With Ross Bleckner, Mark Dion, Walton Ford, Kiki Smith, Hunt Slonem, Petah Coyne, others. Catalog.
IV Biennial of Graphic Art, Francavilla Al Mare, Italy and Sant Carla de la Rapita, Spain.
Yellowstone Art Museum Auction, Yellowstone Art Museum • Billings, Montana.
Artscapes, Knoxville Museum of Art Auction • Knoxville, Tennessee.
2005 New Orleans Triennial, New Orleans Museum of Art • New Orleans, Louisiana.
Imagining Escape, GSU Welch Gallery, CAA annual conference exhibition of GSU faculty.
Reincarnation of SWITCH, Eyedrum • Atlanta, GA.
2004 Breathing Space, Metaphor Contemporary Art • Brooklyn, NY.
Birdspace, Hudson River Museum • Yonkers, NY. (Oct-Dec.)
Birdspace, Norton Museum • West, Palm Beach, FL. (May-July.)
Birdspace, Contemporary Art Center • New Orleans, LA. ( January – March.)
FLOW, Suntrust Plaza Gallery, curated by Barkin-Leeds • Atlanta. Georgia
2003 Skin: Contemporary Views of the Body, Jacksonville Museum of Modern Art • Jacksonville, Florida.
With Tony Oursler, Rona Pondick, Magdelena Abakanowicz, Arnold Mesches, others. Catalog
The Armory Show 2003, represented by Fay Gold Gallery, Chelsea Piers • New York, NY.
Emory Chairs Project, 30 artists create outdoor site-specific installations, Emory campus • Atlanta, GA. Catalog.
Immured: Installations Behind Glass, Lenox Artwalk • Altanta, GA.
V. Rooms in Dialog, Zaal Scaldis Eiermarkt /Antwerp Tower Building • Antwerp, Belgium.
2002 Art Chicago 2002 at Navy Pier, represented by Fay Gold Gallery, Navy Pier complex • Chicago, Illinois.
A Century of Progress: Twentieth Century Painting in Tennessee, Cheekwood Museum of Art • Nashville, TN; Knoxville
Museum of Art; Carroll Reece Museum; Morris Museum of Art • Augusta, Georgia.
2001 Ponte Futuro, featured exhibition of Cortona International Symposium, La Fortessa • Cortona, Italy.
Saints and Sinners, Piazza Repubblica • Cortona, Italy. Traveling to Temple University • Rome, Italy (Sept);
Corcoran Gallery of Art • Washington, DC (June-July); Tyler School of Art, Temple University
• Philadelphia, PA (Nov-Dec); Rutgers University • New Brunswick, NJ (Jan-Feb 2002).
Art and Science International Exhibition, 90th Anniversary Tsinghua University Global Symposium,
National Museum of Fine Art • Beijing, China.
Lipstick, City Gallery East • Atlanta, GA. Curated by Karen Comer.
Summer Exhibition and Works on Paper, Fay Gold Gallery • Atlanta, GA.
2000 do it, curated by Hans-Ulrich Obrist., organized by Rebecca Dimling-Cochran, ACA Gallery • Atlanta, GA.
Sketches, curated by Marianne Lambert, Swan Coach House Gallery • Atlanta, GA.
Here Kitty, Kitty, curated by Teresa Bramlette, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center • Atlanta, GA.
A Matter of Scale, curated by C.Byrd, Dalton Gallery and Observatory, Agnes Scott College • Atlanta, GA.
1999 Requiem, curated by TABOO, Nexus Contemporary Art Center • Atlanta, GA.
Geegaw, Winthrop University Galleries, Rock Hill, SC. Curated by Jason Forrest.
1998 Part of the Fabric, Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design • Providence, RI.
Red Clay Survey, Huntsville Museum of Art • Huntsville, AL. Catalog, ill.
The Blue Dress Project, installations curated by C. Byrd, Ballroom Studios • Atlanta, GA.
1997 A Thought Intercepted, California Museum of Art, Luther Burbank Center • Santa Rosa, CA.
allographies, curated by P. V. Echeverria, University Museum • Indiana, PA. Catalog, ill.
Parts, curated by John Otte, in Herren’s, 84 Luckie St. Atlanta Arts Festival • Atlanta, Ga
Nostalgia for the Future, Anna Leonowens Gallery, Nova Scotia College of Art • Halifax, NS.
The Obscenes, La Giarina • Verona, Italy. International group exhibition, Nov-Dec.
1996 An American Renaissance, curated by Maria Lluisa Borras, during 1996 Olympics • Atlanta, GA.
Susiaren, collaboration w/ Lubo Stacho, Muzeum Vojtecha Lofflera Kosice, Alzbetina • Slovakia.
Mississippi River: Ten Artists/Ten States, Memphis College of Art • Memphis, TN.
Vital Passages, The Works Festival, 10th Anniversary, Edmonton, Alberta • Canada.
Edges and Interfaces, American Print Alliance, Washington, DC • Seneca Center • Morgantown, WV; East-West Ctr.
• Honolulu, Hawaii.; Centre Interculturel Strathearn • Montreal, Quebec; Praga Gallery, Scarborough, Ontario;
New World School of the Arts, Miami; Robert C. Williams American Museum of Papermaking • Atlanta, GA;
Minnesota National Print Biennial, Nash Gallery, University of Minnesota • Minneapolis.
ACT: Art, Culture, and Technology, 25-monitor multi-media display Summer Olympics • Atlanta, Ga;
International Sculpture Garden Park, Chelsea Piers • NY; and Florida International University • Miami, Fla.
Prints: Amenoff, Longobardi, Fick, Humphrey, Myers, Colangelo, Atrium Gallery, Univ. of Connecticut • Storrs, CT.
1995 After Appalachia, Laura Mesaros Gallery, WVU • Morgantown, WV.
Multiples and Uniques, Leedy Voulkos Gallery • Kansas City, Missouri.
East Tennessee Currents, curated by Jeff Fleming, SECCA • Knoxville Museum of Art • TN
Bradley National Drawing and Print Exhibition, Lakeview Museum • Peoria, Ill. First Place Award.
Spotlight on Southern Artists, Trinity School Auction and Exhibition • Atlanta, GA.
1994 SAF/NEA Fellowship Recipients Exhibition, SECCA • Winston-Salem, NC.
USA: Within Limits, Documenta, Galleria de Arte and Center for the Book Arts • Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Credo, Brand Library Gallery • Los Angeles, CA. Exhibition curated by John O'Brien.
Illusion/Allusion, Florida State University Museum of Art • Tallahassee, FL. Catalog.
From the Mountains to the Mississippi, 10 Women Artists in TN, National Women's
Museum of Art • Washington, DC and Tenn. State Museum, Nashville • Tennessee.
and Hunter Museum of Art • Chattanooga, TN. Juried by Eleanor Heartney. Catalog.
1993 Critical Impressions, curated by Charles Cohan. Multi-media installation:
"1614-1914 (Disappearance of Wings)", Florida State University Museum •
Tallahassee, Florida and traveling to Portland School of Art • Portland, Maine.
BIG Prints, curated by Jurgen Strunck, Haggar Gallery, University of Dallas • Irving, TX.
NUMBER Invitational: 13 on the 13th, Memphis State University • Memphis, TN.
1000 and Under, Fletcher/Priest Gallery • Worcester, Massachusetts.
1992 Fifth International Print Biennial, Taipei Fine Arts Museum • Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
1991 Colorprint USA, National Invitational Print Exhibition, Lubbock Fine Arts Center • TX
1990 Small Works by Gallery Artists, Kathryn Sermas Gallery • New York, NY.
Visiting Artists Exhibition, Louisiana State University • Baton Rouge, LA.
7 Exhibition, Part 2, Memphis Center for Contemporary Art • Memphis, TN.
UTK Art Faculty Exchange: Venezuela,(touring), Centro de Bellas Artes
Maracaibo, Venezuela; Museo de Arte • Barquisimeto; Galeria Arte Hoy • Caracas, Venezuela.
1989 Cast Metal Sculpture, Oakridge Arts Center • Oakridge , Tennessee.
Decade of the Eighties, Western Carolina University • Cullowhee, NC.
1988 Large Scale Drawing, Hopkins Center for the Arts, Dartmouth College • Hanover, NH.
Introductions, Group Exhibition, Kyle Belding Gallery • Denver, Colorado.
Fifteen in the A.I.R., Nevada State Council on the Arts Artists-In-Residence,
Sheppard Fine Arts Gallery, University of Nevada • Reno, Nevada.
Contemporary American Drawing Invitational, Fine Arts Gallery, Wake Forest
University • Winston-Salem, NC. Jim Nutt, Ed Paschke, Karl Wirsum, etc
Young Bay Area Artists, Hatton Gallery, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO.
1987 Miniatures: Small Works Invitational, The Museum Gallery, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art • SF, CA.
7th Miniprint International, Taller Galeria Fort • Barcelona, Spain. Exhibition traveling one year through Spain.
Broken Heart Art Invitational Exhibition, SPARC and The Women's Building Gallery, jointly • Los Angeles, CA.
Miami International Print Biennial Revisited, Metropolitan Museum and Art Center • Coral Gables, Florida.
Contemporary Prints from the Permanent Collection, Montana State University, Fine Arts Gallery • Bozeman, MT.
1986 W.A.R.M. Gallery 10th Anniversary National Invitational Exhibition, W.A.R.M. Gallery • Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Symbols and Narratives National Print Invitational, Visual Arts Center, Arco Foundation Gallery • Anchorage, AL
Heart of America National Print Exhibition, University of Missouri • Columbia.
60 Square Inches Small Print Exhibition, Purdue University Gallery • Lafayette, IN.
1985 Artquest '85,California State University Art Museum • Long Beach, California.
First Place Award, Printmaking. Exhibition and touring slide video.
New American Talent, Laguna Gloria Museum of Art • Austin, Texas. Juror:
Patterson Simms, former Curator, Whitney Museum of Art. Exhibition and two-year traveling show.
Northern Rockies Exhibition, Yellowstone Art Center • Billings, Montana. Juror:
Bruce Guenther, former Curator, Seattle Art Museum.
10th International Miniature Print Competition, Pratt Graphics Center • NY, NY. Traveling one-year.
Clemson National Print and Drawing Exhibition, Rudolph E. Lee Gallery • Clemson, SC.
Printmakers Select Printmakers, Ewing Gallery , University of Tennessee • Knoxville, TN.
1984 Miami International Print Biennial, North Miami Museum of Art• Coral Gables, FL.
Juror: Walter Hopps, former Director, Corcoran and National Museum of American Art.
1983 59th International Print & Photography Competition, The Print Club • Philadelphia, PA.
3rd Miniprint International, Taller Galeria Fort • Barcelona, Spain. Exhibition and traveling show through Spain.
2010 Coastal Hero, selected by Coastal Living Magazine, Time Magazines Inc.
Public Art Commission, Surdna Foundation and Governors School for the Arts, and City of Greenville
Parks Department, Reedy River • Greenville, SC.
CENCIA grant, College of Arts and Sciences, Georgia State University.
2009 Artist in Residence, BAU Institute NY/Otranto • Otranto, Italy.
2008 Artist in Residence, NY Arts Beijing • Beijing, China.
Best Environmental Documentary for ‘Drifters’ short, NYIIFVF, New York International Independent Film
and Video Festival, screened in Los Angeles, CA.
2007 Artist Associate, Blue Ocean Institute • East Norwich, NY.
2006 Artist Residency Fellowship, Red Cinder Creativity Center • Hawaii.
2005 Outstanding Faculty Achievement Award, Georgia State University.
2004 Finalist, Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs Public Art Program Commission competition.
2001 Finalist, Atlanta Hartsfield Airport E-Concourse Expansion Commission Competition.
2000 Major Public Art commission, Atlanta Medical Examiner’s Facility, Fulton Co. Arts Council.
Georgia State University School of Art and Design Summer Research Grant • Atlanta, GA
All Star Ball commission, Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce and Atlanta Cultural Affairs
1999 Artist Residency Fellowship, Franz Masereel Center • Kasterlee, Belgium.
Research Initiation Grant, College of Arts and Sciences, Ga. State University • Atlanta, GA.
TABOO Project Grant, “Requiem” exhibition, Nexus Contemporary Art Center • Atlanta, GA.
1998 Juror’s Choice Award, Red Clay Survey, Huntsville Museum of Art • Huntsville, AL.
Georgia State University School of Art and Design Summer Research Grant • Atlanta, GA
Finalist, Atlanta Hartsfield Airport T-Terminal Commission Competition.
Chancellor’s Award for Research and Creative Achievement, University of Tennessee.
1996 Alternate, SAF/ American Academy in Rome Prize Fellowship.
Visual Artist Fellowship, Tennessee Arts Commission.
Purchase Award, Tweed Art Museum, Minnesota National Print Biennial • Minneapolis.
1995 Major commission competition, MBL Life Assurance Corporation, 1st Tennessee Bank • Memphis, TN.
1994 SAF/NEA Visual Artist Fellowship, Painting.
Research Project Grant/Italy, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
1993 USIA Arts America Lecturing Grant • Helsinki, Finland.
College of Liberal Arts Faculty Excellence in Research Award, University of Tennessee.
1992 Research Development Grant, University of Tennessee • Knoxville, Tennessee.
1991 AVA Nomination, Awards in the Visual Arts, SECCA Winston-Salem, NC (disbanded)
1990 Research Abroad Incentive Grant/Spain, University of Tennessee • Knoxville, TN.
1989 AVA Nomination, Awards in the Visual Arts, SECCA, Winston-Salem, NC.
Research Fellowship Abroad/Spain, University of Tennessee • Knoxville, Tennessee.
1987 Premier Award, Taller Galleria Fort • Cadaques, Spain. Publication of print edition, 1-person show in Cadaques.
1986 Artist-in-Residence, Ucross Foundation • Ucross, Wyoming. 9/86.
1985 First Place Award Printmaking, Artquest '85, California State University Art Museum • Long Beach, CA.
Purchase Award, 10th International Miniature Print Competition, Pratt Graphics Center • New York, NY
Merit Award, Northern Rockies Exhibition, Yellowstone Art Center • Billings, MT
1984-5 Research and Creativity Grant, Montana State University • Bozeman, MT
Purchase Award, Miami International Print Biennial, N. Miami Museum of Art • Coral Gables, FL
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (INTERNATIONAL)
2010 Panelist, “Contemporary Feminine Mythologies,” Primo Piano LivinGallery • Lecce, Italy.
2009 Guest critic, Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica • Heredia, Costa Rica
2007 Visiting Artist Faculty, Santa Reparata International School of Art • Florence, Italy, July.
2005 Visiting Artist Faculty, Santa Reparata International School of Art • Florence, Italy, July.
2003 Visiting Artist Faculty, Santa Reparata International School of Art • Florence, Italy, July.
2002 Visiting Artist Faculty, Santa Reparata International School of Art • Florence, Italy, July.
Guest Lecture, Kinki University Art Department • Osaka, Japan.
2001 Visiting Artist Faculty, Painting, Pont Aven International School of Art • Pont Aven, Brittany, France, June.
1999 Artist In Residence, Franz Masereel Center • Kasterlee, Belgium.
1993 Visiting Artist/Instructor • Cortona, Italy, University of Georgia Studies Abroad Program, summer.
Visiting Artist/Critic • Bratislava, Slovakia Academy of Art, month of October.
Visiting Artist/Critic • Lahti, Finland, Art Academy, month of November.
Visiting Artist/Lecturer • Temple University Program in Rome, Italy. Public lecture.
Visiting Artist, Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki, Finland. USIA lecturing grant.
1991 Guest Artist Lecture, "Surface to Surface: Interrelationships Between Painting and
Printmaking in U.S. Artists of the 80's," Instituto de Estudios Norteamericanos • Barcelona, Spain.
1989 Juror, 9th Miniprint International • Cadaques, Spain.
present Professor of Art, Georgia State University • Atlanta, Georgia. Beginning through Graduate
Painting + Drawing, Independent Study, Graduate Thesis committees, tenured in 2000. 9/97-now.
Associate Dean of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences, Georgia State University • Atlanta, GA. 8/01-8/03.
2011 Panelist, 5IMDC 5th Internat’l Marine Debris Conference, “Fine Art, Ecotourism, Science Partnering” Honolulu,HI
Organizer, curator “6th GYRE,” art exhibition, 5IMDC conference, NOAA/United Nations Environmental Program,
Honolulu, HI. Presented exhibition of 7 international artists working with marine debris, Honolulu, HI
Speaker, Ocean Conservancy Art & Wine event, 5IMDC conference, Marriott Waikiki, Honoluly, HI
Film Screening, “Drifters,” 5imdc movie night, Mark’s Garage Artspace, Honolulu, HI
2010 Distinguished Visiting Artist, Institute of Sustainability, CSUN, California State University Northridge.
Visiting Artist, University of Wisconsin, Madison. Public lecture and graduate student critiques.
Visiting Artist, Governors School for the Arts, Greenville, SC. Public lecture and student critiques.
Panelist, organizer, “Metaphysical Materiality,” artists and critic Peter Frank in discussion, Welch Gallery • Atlanta,GA
2009 Visiting Artist, Clemson University, Clemson, SC. Public lecture and student critiques.
2008 Panelist/Presenter, “Plastics, Pollution, Personhood” College Art Association Annual Conference • Dallas, TX.
Distinguished Visiting Artist, Rice University, Houston, TX. 3-day intensive monotype production exhibition.
Invited participant, Hawaii Marine Debris Workshop, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Oahu, HI
Visiting Artist, Watkins College of Art • Nashville, TN. Public lecture and student critiques.
Visiting Artist, Wake Forest University • Winston-Salem, NC. Public lecture concurrent with exhibition.
Guest Lecture, Tinney Contemporary • Nashville, TN. Gallery talk concurrent with exhibition.
2006 Visiting Artist, University of Hawaii, Manoa • Honolulu, HI. Public lecture, critiques.
Guest Artist Workshop, Honolulu Printmakers, Honolulu, HI. Cyanotype workshop.
2005 Guest Faculty, Santa Reparata International School of Art • Florence, Italy. Public lecture.
Presenter, “Altered States: Transformation of Perception, Place and Performance,” Planetary Collegium,
University of Plymouth • Plymouth, UK
Panel Chair/Presenter, “Painting As World,” College Art Association Annual Conference • Atlanta, GA.
Panel Chair, “Atlanta’s (New) Contemporary Art Spaces,” Artspace, CAA Annual Conference • Atlanta, GA
2004 Visiting Artist, Georgia State College and University • Milledgeville, GA. Lecture, critiques.
2003 Visiting Artist, Miami University • Oxford, OH. Public lecture, critiques, gallery talks.
Guest Faculty, Santa Reparata International School of Art • Florence, Italy. Public lecture, gallery talk.
2002 Panel Chair/Presenter, “Art & Language: Connecting Two Halves of the Brain,” Hawaii International Arts &
Humanities Conference • Honolulu, Hawaii.
Guest Faculty, Santa Reparata International School of Art • Florence, Italy. Public lecture.
2001 Panelist/Presenter, “On/Off/Over the Edge,” American Print Alliance, University of Florida • Gainesville.
Presented “Collaborations at the Franz Masereel Center, Belgium,” with Craig Dongoski
Guest Faculty, Penland School of Crafts • Penland, NC. Taught cyanotype course, public lecture.
2001- 2007 Program Director, Study Abroad in Italy, GSU Office of International Affairs. Run summer program in Florence.
2000 Visiting Artist, Arizona State University • Tempe, AZ. Public lecture, critiques, publish print edition.
1999 Panelist, “Post-Lingua: the Interracitality of Tongues,” CAA Annual Conference •Los Angeles, CA.
Presented paper entitled “Seeds and Germs: The Flourishing of Esperanto.”
Visiting Artist, West Virginia University • Morgantown, WV. Deem Distinguished Artist Lecturer.
1998 Visiting Artist, School of the Museum of Fine Arts • Boston, MA. Public lecture, critiques.
Visiting Artist, Rhode Island School of Design • Providence, RI. Senior critic, public lecture.
1997-87 Associate Professor of Art, University of Tennessee • Knoxville, Tennessee. Tenured in 1993. 9/87- 6/97.
1997 Panelist, “Edges + Interfaces,” Printmaking Dialog Day, Agnes Scott College • Atlanta, GA
Juror, Honolulu Printmakers Annual Competition, Academy of Art at Linekona • Honolulu, Oahu
Visiting Artist, University of Hawaii, Manoa • Honolulu, HI. Public lecture, critiques
Guest Artist Workshop, Honolulu Printmakers, Honolulu, HI. 3 day workshop.
Juror, Honolulu Printmakers Annual Juried Exhibition, Honolulu Academy of Art • Honolulu, HI.
1996 Visiting Artist, Ohio University • Athens, Ohio. Lecture, critiques, publication of a print.
1995 Visiting Artist, Wake Forest University • Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Visiting Artist, University of Kansas • Lawrence, KS. Public lecture, critiques.
Visiting Artist, Kansas City Art Institute • Kansas City, MO. Public lecture, critiques.
Panelist, "Unlocking the Print Cabinet: Personal Contents and Passing the Key'"
23rd Southern Graphics Council Conference, University of Tennessee • Knoxville, TN
1994 Visiting Artist, Connecticut College • New London, CT. Installation, public lecture
Visiting Artist, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Public lecture and critiques.
1993 Visiting Artist, Miami University • Oxford, Ohio. Public lecture and critiques.
Visiting Artist, University of Georgia • Athens, Georgia. Public lecture.
1992 Panelist, "Have We Missed the Boat? Issues in Contemporary Printmaking,"
20th Southern Graphics Council Conference, University of Tennessee • Knoxville, TN
Visiting Artist, University of Illinois • Champaign-Urbana, Photography Area.
Visiting Artist, Kansas City Art Institute • Kansas City, MO. Public lecture and critiques.
1990 Visiting Artist, Louisiana State University • Baton Rouge, LA. Lecture, critique, print publication.
Panelist, "Censorship in the Arts," Southern University • New Orleans, Louisiana.
1989 Visiting Artist, Fort Mason Art Center • San Francisco, CA. 3-day workshop.
Visiting Artist, University of Northern Iowa • Cedar Falls, IO. Public slide lecture.
1988 Visiting Artist, Dartmouth College • Hanover, NH. Public slide lecture and critiques
Guest Lecturer/Critic, University of Wisconsin • Madison, WI. Critique and slide lecture.
Visiting Artist, University of North Carolina • Chapel Hill, NC. Public lecture, demo
1987 Guest Artist/Critic, Western Carolina University • Cullowhee, NC. Critique, slide lecture.
Guest Artist, SECAC and Southern Graphics Council • UTKnoxville. Presented color intaglio workshop.
Guest Artist, Knoxville Museum of Art • Conducted drawing workshop, slide lecture.
Artist-in-the-Schools, Montana and Nevada Arts Councils. 9/86 - 5/87.
1986 Visiting Artist, Chicago Art Institute • Chicago, Illinois. 10/86.
Guest Artist, Instructor, Montana State University • Bozeman, MT. Intaglio, and Color Theory. 1/86 - 6/86.
1985-4 Graduate Teaching Position on paid scholarship. Montana State University • Bozeman, MT.
2008 Juror, Georgia National Fair Art Competition • Atlanta, GA.
1988 Juror, Etowah Arts Council Annual Exhibition • Etowah, Tennessee.
Juror, Annual Student Competition, Western Carolina University • Cullowhee, NC
1987 Panelist, Selection Committee, Nevada States Arts Council Artist-in-Residence program.• Reno, Nevada. 5/87.
Guest Lecturer/Critic, Kansas City Art Institute • Kansas City, Missouri. Critiques, lecture. 4/87.
1986 Collaborative Printer, Experimental Workshop • San Francisco, CA. Collaboration, editioning of woodcuts,
intaglio, monotypes (Nathan Olivera, Richard Bosman, Judy Rifka, Ted Waddell, Susan Shatter)7/86-1/87.
Printer, Teaberry Press • San Francisco, California. Editioned Terry Allen etching.
Conservator, Permanent Collection Prints, Montana State University. 4/86 - 6/86.
1984-5 Cartographer, Red Bluff Archeological Survey, Montana Committee for the
Humanities grant, Museum of the Rockies • Bozeman, Montana.
1982-3 Scientific Illustrator for Jack Horner, Curator of Paleontology, NSF grant, Museum of the Rockies • Bozeman, MT.
Maier Museum of Art • Lynchburg, VA.
Knestrick Contractors, Inc. • Nashville, TN.
City of Atlanta, Art in Public Places • Atlanta, GA.
Kilpatrick Stockton Attorneys • Atlanta, GA.
Blue Ocean Institute • Cold Spring Harbor, NY
Corcoran Gallery of Art • Washington, DC.
Knoxville Museum of Art • Knoxville, Tennessee.
Hyatt Regency International Hotel • Naples, Florida.
Arizona State University Art Museum • Tempe, Arizona.
Atlanta Hartsfield Airport, Immigration Concourse • Atlanta, Georgia.
Softblox Computing Technologies • Atlanta, Georgia.
Tweed Art Museum • Duluth, Minnesota.
Saks Fifth Avenue • Atlanta, Georgia.
Kennedy Art Museum • Athens, Ohio.
MBL Life Assurance Corporation • New Jersey (commission)
Benziger Winery • Sonoma, California. (two commissions for wine labels)
Hunter Museum of Art • Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Freeman-Hawkins Attorneys at Law • Atlanta, Georgia.
Stockholders Systems • Atlanta, Georgia.
Burroughs-Wellcome Pharmaceuticals • Ralleigh, North Carolina.
Instituto de Estudios Norteamericanos • Barcelona, Spain.
Miami Metropolitan Museum and Art Center • Coral Gables, Florida.
Pratt Institute • New York, New York.
Deloitte-Touche • Atlanta, Georgia.
School of the Art Institute of Chicago • Chicago, Illinois.
Clapsadle-Baugnet • Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Agnes Scott College Permanent Collection • Atlanta, Georgia.
Tennessee State Museum • Nashville, Tennessee.
Taller Galeria Fort • Barcelona, Spain.
University of Tennessee Permanent Collection • Knoxville, Tennessee.
Montana State University Permanent Collection • Bozeman, Montana.
Present Primo Piano Livingallery • Lecce, Italy
Tinney Contemporary • Nashville, Tennessee.
ARTLIFEfortheworld • Venice, Italy
Sandler Hudson Gallery • Atlanta, Georgia
2006-2009 Metaphor Contemporary Art • Brooklyn, NY
2001-2004 Fay Gold Gallery • Atlanta, Georgia.
Sylvia Schmidt Gallery • New Orleans, LA
2001-1992 Lowe Gallery • Atlanta, Georgia.
Monique Knowlton Gallery • New York, NY
Leedy-Voulkos Gallery • Kansas City, Missouri.
1992-90 Kathryn Sermas Gallery • New York, NY.
CCA, Center for Contemporary Art • Chicago, Illinois.
1990-85 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Rental Gallery • San Francisco, California.
Fletcher Priest Gallery • Worcester, Massachusetts
Signature Gallery • Stoughton, Wisconsin.
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF REVIEWS AND CITATIONS
2011 Dion, Mark; Sarina Basta, et al., Oceanomania, 2011, published by MACK Books, UK, pp. 16, 112-3, 132, 150, 172
Moore, Capt. Charles, Plastic Ocean, 2011, Avery/Pengui books, p. 313
Hollingsworth, Annie, “Voyage on Uncanny Seas,” Art Papers, rev., May/June, p.49
Wolf, Alana, “ARTSpeak: Pam Longobardi’s Drifters Project,” radio interview broadcast on AM 1690, The Voice of
Arts, Atlanta, May 3. http://www.burnaway.org/2011/05/artspeak-pam-longobardis-drifters-project/
Lee, Peter, radio interview broadcast on Greek station Cosmos 96.5, and simulcast on British radio
Keane, Ryan, PROLIFIC magazine feature profile, Aug 3., www.prolificmagazine.com/?p=496
Godson, Rebecca, “Fragile Beauty: Pam Longobardi’s Ocean Conservation Art,” feature article, DRIFT,
Reedman, Bridget, “Environmental News: Drifters,” feature article, Coastalwatch Australia, May 3.
Eco-Heroes, Coastal Living Magazine, http://www.coastalliving.com/lifestyle/the-environment/coastal-heros-eco
Schachner, Anne, ed., The Chattahoochee Review, literary journal, feature, cover image and reproductions p. 109-112
2010 Latta, Sarah “Coastal Hero,” Coastal Living magazine, February, p. 34.
Pizzarelli, Marina, “Cadavre Exquis,” SEGNO, Rome, Italy, rev., ill., June-July, p. 79.
Dunham, Mike, “Marine pollution, art solution,” Anchorage Daily News, June 13, p. E1-E-8.
Hansell, Sally, “Artist Activists,” FiberARTS, Summer, article, illustrated, p. 52-55
Lundberg, Tom, “Drifters” book review, FiberArts magazine, article,ill., p 60.
Feaster, Felicia, “Green Party: Trash Talk,” The Altantan, (Modern Luxury), May/June, p.36
Sirlin, Deanna, “JB and Pam Longobardi display their fixations…” Creative Loafing, June 14, p. 29.
Masterson, Miles, “Fake Plastic Sea,” HUCK Magazine, UK, vol. 4, issue 21, June/July, p. 80-86
Hansell, Sally, “Longobardi’s Material Drift Glimpses Self in Ocean Debris,” BURNAWAY, June 11.
Moritz, Lenore, “Pam Longobardi,” artist profile and interview, MomCulture blog,
Walden, Deborah, “Hidden Worlds,” Nashville Arts Magazine, review, ill. p. 36-41
2009 Zevitas, Stephen T., ed., New American Painting, no.82, Open Studios Press, Boston, MA, ill. p. 90-93.
Petito, Riccardo, “Un Naufragio Navale,” il Gazzettino, Venice, Sept 29, p. 19.
VeneziaNews magazine, “Panthalassa Installazione ambientale, Arti Visive 2009,” VENEWS, Oct, p 138-09.
La Nuova di Venezia, “Naufragio di plastica in Calle dei Miracoli,” 23 Sept. p. 37
Kaufman, Leslie, “Clearing the Coast,” essay in catalog, Panthalassa exhibition.
Sacquegna, “Tra Memoria del Passato E Cronaca del Presente,” essay in catalog, Panthalassa exhibition.
2008 Patterson, Tom, “Ocean Debris as Subject and Material,” Winston-Salem Journal, Oct 17.
Super Forest, citation on weblog, http://www.superforest.org/2008/09/sunken-garden-park-atlanta-bottle.html
PBA.Org Programming, citation on website, http://www.pba.org/programming/programs/newgenre/2152/
Engineers and Architects of Hawaii, lecture audio on website, http://eahawaii.googlepages.com/newsletters
Design Public, citation on weblog, http://blog.designpublic.com/2008/09/02/more-bottle-recycling-ideas/
Moriarity, Jim, OceansWavesBeaches, citation on blog,
Blue Ocean Institute, citation on website, http://www.blueocean.org/programs/art-poetry/art-view?id=2
NY/ARTS Beijing, citation on website,
Visualized Whirled Peas, citation on weblog, http://river2sea72.wordpress.com/
2007 Fox, Catherine, “Terrible Beauty,” Back Story review, ill. Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Feb 4, p. 12.
Keene, Jarret, “Plastic is Forever,” review, ill., Las Vegas City Life, Nov 22, p. 43.
Morse, Marcia, “Nature vs. Structure,” review, ill., Honolulu Weekly ‘Hot Picks’, Sept 5.
Moore, Alan W., “Basel Pesto,” citation on weblog http://post.thing.net/node/1847
2006 Nugent, Bob, Forward by Donald Kuspit, Imagery: Art for Wine, Wine Appreciation Guild, p. 140-1.
Fox, Catherine, “Object Lessons,” review, ill., Atlanta Journal-Constitution, April 23, p. K 5
2005 Tuley, Laura, “Adornment: Embellishment and Encroachment,” review, Art Papers, Jan/Feb, p. 45.
Kushner, Marilyn, “A Vast Array,” New Orleans Triennial catalog, essay, ill. p. 15, 64-5.
2004 Bookhardt, Eric, “Beyond Fashion,” review, Gambit Weekly, New Orleans, Sept. 21, p.32.
Howie, Elizabeth, “Adornment: Embellishment and Encroachment,” exhibition essay, Loyola University, Nola.
Perez-Brennan, Tanya, “Creations Meld Science and Art,” rev. ill., Florida Times Union, Jacksonville, Jul 9, p.15-6.
Rubin, David, “Birdspace,” exhibition catalog, essay, ill. p. 21, 24, 26. Publ. by Pamela Auchincloss Arts Mgmt.
Cullum, Jerry, “Wonders in a Wet World,” rev., AJC accessAtlanta, Nov. 4, p. 26.
Bookhardt, Eric, “Birdspace,” review, Art Papers, Jul/Aug, p. 44-5
2003 Rezerwuj Czas, “ Dongoski w Entropii, Jak Brzmi kreska,” rev., ill., City Magazine, Wroclaw, Poland, July, p. 20.
Co Jest Grane, “Zdarzenia z glosami,” ill., Gazeta Wyborcza Wroclaw, Poland, June 27, p. 13.
Strefa Miejska, “Drawing Voices,” Aktivist, Wroclaw, Poland, no. 48, July, ill., p. 17
“Opere su Carta, Craig Dongoski & Pam Longobardi,” Il Corriere di Firenze, Special Estate, ill., July 10, p. 25
McClellan, Marian, “Exploiting Nature’s Finery,” New Orleans Art Review, review, ill., Jan/Feb, p. 29-30.
Zevitas, Stephen T., ed., New American Painting, no.46, Open Studios Press, Boston, MA, ill. p. 90-93.
Cullum, Jerry, Emory Chairs Project catalog, essay, ill. Published by Emory University., p. 5, 27.
Yee, Ivette M., “In the Flesh,” The Times-Union, Jacksonville, rev, May 2, p. 15.
Kinghorn, George, “Skin: Contemporary Views of the Body,” exhibition catalog, essay, ill.
Carruthers, Valerie, “JMOMA: A Cultural Institution,” Arbus, May/June, article, ill., p. 52-61.
2002 MacCash, Doug, “Off the Walls,” The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, rev., ill. , Dec 6.
Bookhardt, Eric, “Worlds Within Worlds,” Gambit, New Orleans, rev., ill. Dec 10
Duerr, Teri, editor, “Visual Feature,” KS guest artist pages, Kansai Scene, Osaka, Japan, no. 26, June, p. 21-23
Makrandi, Nandini, “Pam Longobardi,” Tennessee Historical Quarterly, vol. LXI, no. 1, Spring, p. 67-8.
2001 Fox, Catherine, “The Art of Afterward,” article, ill., Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Dec 30, p. L1, 10.
Kornblit, Bobbi, “A Wild, Untamed Surface,” feature article, ill., Atlanta Intown, April, p. S3
Fox, Catherine, "Lipstick Explores Meaning…", rev., ill. Atlanta Journal-Constitution, June 29, p. Q8.
Feaster, Felicia, “Kiss and Tell,” rev., Creative Loafing, June 13.
Joyner, Heather, “Keys to Two Personal Kingdoms,” rev., ill., Metro Pulse Knoxville, Jan 4, p.20.
Denker, Eric, “Saints and Sinners: Contemporary Observations…,” exhibition catalog, p. 34-6.
2000 Makrandi, Nandini, “Beyond the Frame: Pam Longobardi + Catherine McCarthy”, Knoxville Museum of Art
Krainak, Paul, “world/world,” catalog essay for exhibition, Lowe Gallery.
Cullum, Jerry , “The world as theme park,” rev., ill. Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Nov 24, p. Q8.
Fox, Catherine, “Exploring our Best…” rev., ill. Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Feb 4, p. Q8.
Dooley, Timothy “Damp Edge,” catalog essay for exhibition, UNI Gallery of Art.
Feaster, Felicia, “Double Vision: Year in Arts Review,” Creative Loafing, January 1, p. 37
Bernstein, Susan, “You’re an Animal,” preview, ill. Style Magazine, Jan/Feb, p. 14.
Schonbak, Judith, “Atlanta’s Gallery Scene,” preview, ill. Atlanta Now , Jan/Feb, p. 39.
1999 Pessina, Maria, “Arte Crossover,” article, ill. Radar no. 64, El Universal/ Caracas, Venezuela, Mar 3..
Fox, Cathryn, “The Last Taboo...” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Jan 15
Forrest, Jason, “Requiem,” review, ARTPAPERS, May/June, p. 36-7
Byrd, Cathy, “Atlanta Artists Considered for Whitney,” Creative Loafing, Aug 28, p. 45
Feaster, Felicia, “here Kitty Kitty Whipped,” Creative Loafing, January 15, p. 37
1998 Cullum, Jerry, “Longobardi moves..” review, ill. Atlanta Journal-Constitution, June 5, Q7.
Poyner-Burns, Rebecca,” Taking a Long Look...” rev., ill., Poets, Artists &, May 29,p. 12.
Byrd, Cathy, “animal/beautiful,” catalog essay for exhibition Lowe Gallery.
Gloeck, H., ed., Ravenal, John, juror. New American Painting, n. XVI, Open Studios Press, p.68-9.
Thorson, Alice, “Surface Pleasures,” review, Kansas City Star, Mar. 27, p.24
Bickerton, Jane, “Pam Longobardi,” rev., ill. ARTPAPERS, Nov/Dec, p. 50
1997 Krainak, P., “Appalachian High: Resisting ..,” art, ill., New Art Examiner, Oct p.30-5.
Slaven, Michael, “Allographies,” catalog essay, ill., University Museum, Indiana University, PA.
Allen, L., McGibbon, P. The Best of Printmaking: An International, Rockport Publisher, p.76
Who’s Who in American Art, Marquis Who’s Who Publisher, 22nd edition, 1997-98.
1996 Byrd, Cathy, “Atlanta Beyond: Lowe’s American Renaissance,” Creative Loafing, Aug 3, p.33
Pulin, Carol, ed, “Pam Longobardi: Interview,” Contemporary Impressions, v.4, n.1,p10-14.
Schor, Mira, and Susan Bee, eds. M/E/A/N/I/N/G, final issue, contributing artist’s page, ill.
Merril, Hugh, “Responding to Concerns,” Journal for the MAPC, Fall, p. 7.
Byrd, Cathy, “Women’s Work: Double-X Art in ‘96,” Creative Loafing, Dec 28.
1995 Gorham, Terre, "Rain/Reign," Downtowner Magazine, December, p. 12.
1994 Frank, Peter and Cullum, Jerry, "Appeals, Oaths, and Queries: Objects + Installation,” catalog essays
McCarthy, David, "Pam Longobardi," review, ill. New Art Examiner, Sept., p. 48-9.
Weisberg, Ruth, "Emulation Vs. Appropriation: New Uses of Art Historical Sources," CAA Conference, NY, NY
Burton, Frank, "Pam Longobardi, Marshall Arts,” Number, no. 23, Summer, p.12.
1993 Kivirinta, Marja-Terttu, "MUUry aloittaa...", review, ill. Helsinki Sanomat, Oct 28
"Siipia, haloja..." review, ill. Ilta Sanomat, Nov 10.
Carny, Ladislav, "Pam Longobardi," review, ill. PROFIL, Bratislava, Slovakia. Nov.
Heartney, Eleanor, "From Mountains...", catalog essay, ill. NMWA, Washington, DC.
Cullum, Jerry, "Pam Longobardi," review, ill. ARTPAPERS, Nov/Dec. p. 22.
Cullum, Jerry, "Pam Longobardi," review. Atlanta Journal-Constitution, CityLife, Jun 17
Dusseault, Ruth, "Critical Impressions," review, ill. ARTPAPERS, May, p. 46.
Jinker-Lloyd, Amy "Mix Master, Pam Longobardi", Creative Loafing, Atlanta, June 2.
Koeppel, Frederick, "Artists Look..." review, ill. Memphis Commercial Appeal, Jan 29
Hinson, Mark, “‘Critical Impressions’ is Impressive,” Tallahassee Democrat, Jan. 14, p.25
1992 Dugan, Cory, "Number Invitational, Curator's Statement," rev, ill. Number, n. 18. p.17.
McGowan, Rob, "Strength in Number," review. Memphis Flyer, Dec. 10, p.29.
DeRossitt, James, "Outrage, Subtle Challenge.", , Memphis Commercial Appeal, Nov. 25.
1991 Cyphers, Peggy, "Pam Longobardi," review, ill. ARTS, Summer 1991, p. 96-7.
Carter, Katharine, “Highlights of the New York Art Season,”, lecture presented nationally.
1990 Cerdi, Miguel, "Pam Longobardi," review, ill. Diaria de Barcelona, Dec 6.
Dewey, Tom, "Announcing the Wycross Press," ill. Journal of the Printworld,v14, n2, p33.
Ribar, David, "Living Artists: 4 Installations," review, ill. ARTPAPERS, N/D, p.60-61.
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Knowles, Susan, "1990 Mid-Year Exhibition", review, ARTPAPERS, Nov/Dec, p.63.
Knowles, Susan, "Living Artists: Four Installations," Knoxville Museum of Art., catalog essay, ill.
Pickle, Betsy, "Installations a First for Museum of Art," rev., ill. Knoxville News-, Jun 3.
Rossen, Joe, "Installations...", review, Knoxville Journal, Jun 11
Viacom Productions, “The Case of the Fatal Framing,” artwork used in TV episode of Perry Mason.
1989 Cullum, J.W.; ARTPAPERS, review, ill. May/June, p. 46-7.
Sauter, Spencer, "Artist's 'Words' Relate Nature of Humankind," Bloomington Pantagraph, Apr.23.
1988 Govern, Paul, "Drawing Conclusions," review, ill., Winston-Salem Spectator, Mar 16
Guge, Gail, "Experience as Firefighter ,"review, ill., Knoxville News-Sentinel, Feb 12.
1986 Leach, Mark, "Pam Longobardi," catalog essay, Paris Gibson Contemporary Arts v.2,n.2.
1983 Narotzky, Susana and Millan, Jose Antonio, "Recuperar el grabado, " LAPIZ, Revista
Mensual de arte, review, ill., Nov, no.10., Barcelona, Spain.
2010 Drifters: Plastics, Pollution, and Personhood, published by Edizione Charta, 96 pp. 68 illus, with essays
by Carl Safina, Ron Broglio, Dores Sacquegna and Pam Longobardi. (Milan, NY)
“Hidden Worlds,” essay, Metaphysical Materiality exhibition catalog, published by Tinney Contemporary, Nashville,TN
1995 M/E/A/N/I/N/G, Nov., no 18, "The Stranger," article, pp. 42-45, Susan Bee/Mira Schor, editors. NY, NY.
1992 "Current/Currents: New Forms in Printmaking," Curatorial essay for exhibition catalog.
National exhibition co-curated with B. Lyons. Ewing Gallery, Univ of Tennessee • Knoxville
Peabody Review, Vol. 2, "Images of Nature and Power: Named and Nameless," art. ill.
1984-6 Infinity magazine, Vol. 2, 3, 4, & 5. Paintings and prints reproduced.
Scientific American, April, Vol. 250, No. 4. Drawings and diagrams reproduced.
2010 “Eye of the Ocean,” digital print, edition of 25. Published by Plastics Pollution Coalition • Los Angeles, CA
2000 "Optimism," digital collage and relief print, edition of 40. Published by Pyracanthra Press • Tempe, Arizona.
1998 “animal/beautiful,” color intaglio and relief, edition of 50. Published by University of Dallas.
1996 “Instinct and Intellect,” 5-plate photo intaglio, ed. of 20. Published by Ohio University Print Department.
Permanent collection of Kennedy Art Museum, Ohio University • Athens, Ohio.
1990 "The Persistence of Myth," Published by Wycross Press • Auburn, Alabama.
"Divided World," Published by Louisiana State University • Baton Rouge, LA.
“Confessions of a Martyr,” Published by Taller Galeria Fort • Barcelona, Spain