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Archives & Special Collections Exhibits

Guide on Past and Current Archives & Special Collections Exhibits @ the University of Pittsburgh Library System - Oakland (2020-present)

The Art of Noh Woodblock Print by Tsukioka Kōgyo (Spring 2020- Present)

Date of Exhibition: Spring 2020 – Present

Curator: Hiroyuki Good (Japanese Studies Librarian)

Location: Digital Interactive Wall,  Archives & Special Collections exhibit gallery, 3rd floor Hillman Library, University of Pittsburgh 3960 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15260

Description: This exhibit introduces woodblock prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo (1869-1927), who was an outstanding modern graphic artist of the Noh and Kyōgen theatres, found in our special collections. Noh and Kyōgen, originating in the fourteen century, were associated with samurai culture. Users can explore Kōgyo's prints depicts different scene from same Noh plays by interact with the digital wall.

Exhibit Photographs