This project was made possible in part by a grant from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, through an appropriation by the Rhode Island General Assembly.
I am extremely excited to have had the opportunity to bring this project to fruition. Making work for historic spaces is something I have been trying to bring about for years. I am deeply appreciative ofthe Fort Adams Trust’s openness and generosity in hosting this project.
I hope this project will brought new visitors to the site by shining a new light on the architectural and cultural richness of the fort.
I wish to also express enormous gratitude to Island Arts Center for all the assistance in presenting and promoting this project.
The Arts and Cultural Alliance of Newport County also provided crucial support for this project, and I wish to thank them as well.
Thanks also to (in no particular order):
Cynthia Farnell, Dominique Alfandre, Eric Hertfelder, Steven Plays, Maureen Murray, Rob McCormack, Jack McCormack, Laurie LaBrecque, Julie Raimondi, Jess Raimondi, Bob Bagdasarian, Sean Kelley, Cristina DiChiera, J Hogue, Aimee Saunders, Jon Laustsen, Jamey Morrill, Tracey Ingle, Judith Tolnick, Freddy & Buddy, Ellen Driscoll, Rachel Shuman, Josie Rock, Anthony Freeman, all the Fort Adams staff, all the volunteer monitors, Stop & Shop on Bellevue Avenue, Rita Raimondi, Mike Raimondi, May Yao, and the many, many more people helped me with this project–too many to list, but without the help, this project would not have been possible.