JACKRABBITT HOMESTEAD was conceived and developed by Kim Stringfellow. To learn more about her work please visit: www.kimstringfellow.com. For press inquiries and general information concerning this project email Kim at: mail@kimstringfellow.com.

California Stories LogoFunding for the JRHS Audio Tour was made possible, in part, by a grant from Cal Humanities as part of the Council’s statewide California Stories Initiative. The Council is an independent non-profit organization and a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.  Jackrabbit Homestead is featured on KCET Artbound. Kim would like to thank Artbound producers Juan Devis and Drew Tewksbury for their generous support of this project! Special thanks goes to Amy Scott and the exhibition staff at the Autry National Center for creating such a beautiful installative interpretation for this project during 2014/15.

 

Audio Tour Production Credits:
Sound Design: Olivier Hermitant/Kim Stringfellow
Audio Mixing/Mastering: Olivier Hermitant
Sponsoring Organization: Twentynine Palms Historical Society

Music Credits:
Track 1 & 6:
“Can’t Go Back,” © Lee Jeffriess 2009. Lee is a former local High Desert musician. His past musical collaborations have included Big Sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys.
Track 2: Freedom Highway, Part I (1956) and Conquering Roads (1937) both soundtracks provided by the Prelinger Archives.
Track 3: “Bohemia,” composed by Claire Diterzi, from original soundtrack of “Requiem for Billy the Kid” a film by Anne Feinsilber. © & (p) Cargo Films 2006—exclusive license Naïve.
Track 4: “Deserte Moi,” © Olivier Hermitant 2009.
Track 5: “Steve in Car,” composed by Claire Diterzi, from original soundtrack of “Requiem for Billy the Kid” a film by Anne Feinsilber. © & (p) Cargo Films 2006—exclusive license Naïve.
Bonus Track: “Goodbye Blues,” performed by Tim Easton. Written by Evan Phillips. © Easton/Phillips 2009.

Website Design & Photography: Kim Stringfellow

Kim Stringfellow would like to thank Diane Best for providing accommodations during production research trips for this project at her Rattler Ranch Cabins in Joshua Tree and Gretchen Grunt of the 29 Palms Creative Center & Gallery for hosting the exhibit at the center.