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we welcome applications to work in short sessions (1 to 4 weeks) between May 15 and August 15. we're especially interested in people who are interested in investigating our immediate neighborhood, but encourage research of all types around town and in the region. and while all are invited to apply, those who in some way reflect the diversity of the neighborhood are especially encouraged to apply.


resident guidelines
-show up, pay attention, take notes and share your research
-help in the garden, volunteer a day's labor for at least one neighbor
-clean up after yourself, be respectful


what we provide:
-transportation to & from airport, bus or train stations if necessary
-rustic accomodations, kitchen, shower and facilities. (sorry no air conditioning)
-limited studio space (considering that research demands mobility!)
-occasional meals
-use of kitchen garden, limited staples and occasional eggs from our chickens
-limited use of tools
-introductions to people in our neighborhood and around town


while there is no cost for the residency we do accept donations. we primarily fund the residency and support our residents through our labor but are always grateful for contributions to dflux including tools, equipment, supplies or monetary support.


hardy and adventurous souls please contact us by email with a brief email describing:

1. why you want to apply
2. when you want to come (note that we are seasonal--closed in the colder months) and
3. a paragraph about you including what skills and experience you can bring to the table

we'll contact you for a skype interview if we are interested in your application! patience is key in this regard but reminders are welcomed too!