In The Apprenticeship Project (2012) eighteen Williams College students were paired with eighteen residents (ages eighteen to seventy-eight) of the rural towns surrounding the college, in an extended process of mutual exchange. Students shared movement and awareness practices they were learning in the performance course Perceptual Intelligence with their community partners, and the partners shared elements of their expertise, including hair-dressing, massage, harmonica-playing, carpentry, acrobatics, and bee keeping. The semester-long exchange culminated in a durational, public event in a former billiards hall at the border of North Adams and Williamstown, MA, in which farming, dancing, carpentry, hairdressing, and music collided in an interactive sculpture at the margins of country fair and dance performance.