RESIDENTIAL WORK EXCHANGE
The Long Term Work Exchange program provides opportunities for young artists interested in the Performance and Dance fields to learn more about how rural art-centric residency spaces operate. This application-based program is designed for those wanting to offer their time and labor in exchange for access to programming and facilities.
Long Term Work Exchangers complete their daily hours in labor that can include event support, housekeeping, building+grounds maintenance, gardening, light administration and kitchen assistance. In exchange they receive access to public events programs during their session, access to most facilities, and a shared room. This program is available for up to 2 participants at a time.
For more Information and to apply please see the Long Term Work Exchange Application Form
Work Trade for specific events is generally limited but available and can take up to 50% off of registration costs for participants. If you are interested in a work trade position in order to participate in a specific event please select the 'Work Trade' option when registering HERE.
Please read the following information before applying:
4/5 day events:
$100 discounted tuition in exchange for 5 hours of work - primarily leading meal clean shifts, and assisting with meal prep. Work trade participants must be present for the first dinner & dinner clean shift, and must attend the whole 4 or 5 days of the workshop. Work trade participants should be punctual and excited to help out in the kitchen! Please email email@example.com for further inquiries.
$200 discounted tuition in exchange for 1-2 hours per day of work, with 1-2 days off (depending on the length of the workshop). Primarily leading meal clean shifts and assisting with meal prep. Occasional garden & house work. Work trade participants must be present for the first evening’s dinner clean shift, and must be present for the full ___ days of the workshop. Work trade participants should be willing to wake up early to prepare breakfast, and should be willing to miss early morning practice if it conflicts with breakfast prep. Work trade participants should be punctual and excited to help out in the kitchen! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further inquiries.