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Owner Pyramid Atlantic is finalizing an agreement with the National Capital Trolley Museum in Layhill to relocate the shell of the building, said Cheryl Derricotte, financial and facilities project manager for Pyramid Atlantic.
Papers will probably be signed this week, she said.
The firm opted not to incorporate the Little Tavern into the building's design because it does not meet county code requirements, Derricotte said.
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Cheryl Patrice Derricotte- Artist-in-Residence Program Administrator and Project Manager, Facilities
Cheryl Patrice Derricotte is Smith Farm's Artist-in-Residence Program Administrator and Project Manager, Facilities.
Prior to joining Smith Farm, Ms. Derricotte worked for the last 20 years in the fields of arts administration (8 years) and affordable housing/community development (12 years).
She holds the Masters of Regional Planning, Cornell University and the B.A., Urban Affairs from Barnard College, Columbia University.
A native Washingtonian, Cheryl Patrice Derricotte is also a visual artist who works primarily in glass.
sculptures have been exhibited widely in the Washington, DC metropolitan region, most recently Zenith Gallery Presents "Washington Glass" (2007) and "Black Matter" (2008).
work has also been a juried inclusion in shows throughout the U.S including "Terrestrial Forces
" at the Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts
(October 2004) and "Contemporary Glass" at the San Francisco Airport Museum
(June 2005-January 2006).
was the recipient of a 2005 D.C. Commission on the Arts & Humanities/National Endowment for the Arts "Artist Fellowship" grant.
"The property has never been designated as historic," said Cheryl Derricotte, Pyramid Atlantic's financial and project manager.
"Our hope was that a collector with land may think it would be a nice structure to have," said Cheryl Derricotte, financial and facilities project manager for Pyramid Atlantic.
"Our goal was to sell the property and reinvest the money into the project."
Pyramid Atlantic is renovating the warehouse at the rear of the building, which had served as Little Tavern's corporate headquarters, and would like to expand the parking lot, she said.
The organization also would like to add community amenities, including an art gallery and a lecture hall for art and education programs, she said.
Questions may be addressed to: Helen C. Frederick, Executive Artistic Director or Cheryl P. Derricotte, Financial/Facility Project Manager at Pyramid Atlantic, 301-459-1754.