Exhibits

Take in a variety of art, photography, and artifact exhibits to enliven and deepen your Festival experience.

Free to Explore

Diverse exhibits feature outstanding dance imagery in a variety of exhibition spaces and theatre lobbies. All exhibits are free and open to the public throughout the Festival (June 24-August 30, 2020) to augment performances and celebrate the Pillow’s rich history.

More Dance to Discover

Housed in Blake’s Barn (next to the Box Office), the Pillow’s extensive Archives and the new Norton Owen Reading Room open a window to the past, present, and future, and exemplify founder Ted Shawn’s mission to broaden appreciation for dance. The general public is invited to view videos, explore photos and programs, or browse the extensive dance library, while on display are recent donations from Ruth St. Denis’s family and more treasures from the Stephan Driscoll Collection. Open daily throughout the season from noon to 10pm (Wednesdays through Saturdays) and noon to 5pm (Sundays through Tuesdays).

Visit the Archives

Tour the Jacob’s Pillow Archives and the Gotta Dance, Too! exhibition (recorded August 2018):

More to Explore at the Pillow