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Anthony C. Balistrieri III
I've labeled myself an "interactive exhibit enthusiast". Specializing in the design of durable, accessible and easily maintainable exhibits, I've conceptualized and designed many permanent and traveling exhibit components. Also proficient with model-building, prototyping and fiberglass fabrication I'm quite versatile in the development of any coming attractions. Thank you for viewing my Coroflot page, and please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or comments!
Interactive exhibit components
Concept and fabrication drawings
Anthony "Nino" Balistrieri
3028 Willett Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15227
Education and Work Experience =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
In addition to my role as an Exhibit Designer at the Carnegie Science Center, I was asked to work as an Exhibit Technician and also the Traveling Exhibit Coordinator for the exhibition "If a starfish can grow a new arm, why can't I?".
-Summer 2007 through Summer 2008-
Sales Associate in the Business Machines department for Staples. Worked part time selling all types of business related machines and software.
Re-Hired at the Carnegie Science Center part time to design a small permanent exhibition on green building materials. Promoted once again to full-time Exhibit Designer at the Carnegie Science Center in May 2007.
Freelance work - Designed easily removable stage and
fabricated fiberglass structures for the National Aviary,
Pittsburgh to use in a live show which displays birds of prey.
-April 1998 through February 2004-
Exhibit Designer for Carnegie Science Center. Began part-time, promoted to full time in 1999.
Graduated from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh with an
Associate Degree in Industrial Design & Technology.
Conceptualization of ideas and problem solving for:
- Permanent, temporary and traveling exhibitions
- Individual interactive components
- Computer Kiosks
- Theater Props
Production of images, including:
- Fabrication drawing packages using CAD
- Hand drawn sketches
- Digital images
- 3D CAD models
Modelbuilding of all levels, such as:
- Spatial Studies
- Prototypes and full size mock-ups
- Fiberglass Structures
- Scale Replicas
Fabrication, shipping and installation of exhibits:
- Moderate woodworking and plastics skills
- Fiberglass construction
- Familiar with many fabrication techniques and materials
- Design of crates and layout plans for trucks or ocean containers
- Can operate forklift and other heavy machinery
Portfolio available by request [or online at www.ACBIII.com]
References available by request
Art Institute of Pittsburgh