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All footage on this site was recorded at Jacob’s Pillow, filmed by in-house staff unless otherwise noted. The contents of this website may be shared online through use of the Share button on each page, but downloading or other reproduction in any medium is strictly prohibited. All images, choreography, and music are under the protection of copyright, controlled by the individual creators. The video excerpts shared on this site adhere to the principles of Fair Use, which can be further explored through this publication. Rights-holders are encouraged to use the Contact Us page to communicate any questions or concerns. Full length archival videos of performances are available for viewing onsite at The Jacob’s Pillow Archives.


Produced by Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, Inc.
Pamela Tatge, Executive & Artistic Director

Project Curator: Norton Owen (Director of Preservation, Jacob’s Pillow)
Associate Curator:
Patsy Gay (Associate Archivist, Jacob’s Pillow)

Online Design & Production: Barrel
Video Editors: Nel Shelby, Nel Shelby Productions; Ben Rich
Founding Project Manager: Gregory Hughes (former Marketing and Digital Media Manager, Jacob’s Pillow)
Founding Project Advisor: Mariclare Hulbert (former Director of Marketing and Communication, Jacob’s Pillow)
Digital Marketing Counsel: Capacity Interactive
Founding Executive Producer: Ella Baff
Founding Producer: Connie Chin
Founding Project Manager: Lisa Niedermeyer
Curatorial Assistance: Maura Keefe, Lisa Niedermeyer
Original Online Interactive Exhibit Design & Production: ClearMetrics, NYC
Original Interactive Design & Production: Kaya Sanan, Xenon Pictures, NYC
Fair Use Counsel: Peter Jaszi

The redesign of Jacob’s Pillow Dance Interactive is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Lead support for the creation of Jacob’s Pillow Dance Interactive was provided by the Leading for the Future Initiative, a program of Nonprofit Finance Fund, funded by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, with additional support from the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. The original Dance Interactive kiosk was created with support from the New England Foundation for the Arts, the American Masterpieces initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, with research funds provided by the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation