Christian D. Clark

Senior Program Coordinator, Institute of Texan Cultures

Mr. Clark is the Senior Program Coordinator of the Department of Education and Interpretation where he oversees the production of educator resources and education programs, including professional development programs for teachers. Christian received his Master of Fine Arts degree in Art from the University of Dallas in 2003 after obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in Art with a minor in History and Literature from Tarleton State University. Upon graduating, Christian worked as an adjunct professor and exhibit coordinator at various colleges in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. He then went on to serve as a teacher, instructional leader and principal at a Title 1 public charter school in downtown Dallas before joining the ITC team in November of 2012.

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