Name: Antonio L. Clark

Email: clarkantonio@hotmail.com

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Address: Burbank CA, 91505

Phone: (619)495-3869

Work Experience:

The Walt Disney Archives – Associate Curator, September 2012 - Current
- Responsible for cataloging and archiving company assets
- Organize collections and exhibit materials
- Create and update reports that provide comprehensive review of archive collections
- Primary contact for traveling exhibits both foreign and domestic
- Integral part of team supporting temporary and traveling exhibits:
o Planned and designed exhibits to best feature company assets
o Exhibit component fabrication
o Collaborate with partners and customers to complete installations within provided timelines
- Recent accomplishments:
o D23 Japan Expo 2013, 2015, 2017
o D23 Anaheim Expo 2013, 2015, 2017
o Treasures of The Walt Disney Archives, Japan
o The Walt Disney Archives Presents Winnie The Pooh, Japan
o Disney Treasures Exhibit at The Museum of Science and Industry Chicago
o The Walt Disney Archives Presents The Power of Princess, Japan

San Diego Natural History Museum - Exhibits Technician, January 2007 – May 2010
- Worked on the design, fabrication, installation, and de-installation of traveling exhibits
- Working knowledge of different materials including wood, plastic, vinyl, foam core, Sentra, and Plexi-glass
- Major Exhibits:
o Robots Reel and Robotic; Playing With Time; The Dead Sea Scrolls; California a Water Story, Water: H2O=Life; Spirits in Stone - Art & Animals of Africa; Body Worlds; All That Glitters - The Science and Wonder of Gems and Minerals

San Diego History Center - Lead Exhibits Preparator, August 2007 – July 2011
- Responsible for installation and de-installation of museum exhibits
- Participated in the design, planning, and development of exhibits
- Fabricated display cases, mounts, decks, and other exhibit components
- Major Exhibits:
o A Place of Promise: Stories of San Diego; San Diego Style; Dressing The Part; Portrait of a Proud Community: Norman Baynard's Logan Heights

The Children’s Museum - Exhibits Preparator, March 10th - May 10th 2008
- Responsible for planning and fabrication of exhibits for grand opening of The New Children’s Museum
- Coordinated the installation and maintenance of all exhibits

Relevant Skills:

- Oral and written fluency in Spanish
- Proficient with Windows and Mac, includes experience in Vectorworks, Sketch-Up, and AutoCad
- Light carpentry, welding, painting, electrical, and gallery lighting
- Skilled in use of power tools and construction equipment

Education:

National University, San Diego, CA - M.S, Forensic Science, 2003

American Institute of Applied Science, Youngsville, NC - Forensic Science Certificate, 2001

Indiana University, Bloomington, IN - B.A., Bioanthropology and Spanish, 1999

Valid until May 31st, 2017