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Gallery Talk: Japan on Paper
Yan Yang, curatorial assistant in the Division of Asian and Mediterranean Art, will give this gallery talk. The talk is offered in conjunction with the exhibition Japan on Paper, on view May 25 through August 11, 2019 in the University Study Gallery
Japan on Paper features almost 50 works spanning the history of Japanese woodblock printing, from the 17th through the 20th century; these include single-sheet prints, luxury surimono prints, printed handscrolls, and printed books by renowned designers such as Suzuki Harunobu (1725–1770), pioneer of the full-color print; landscape specialist Utagawa Hiroshige (1797–1858); enigmatic designer Sharaku (active 1794–95); Itō Jakuchū (1716–1800); and the ever-popular Katsushika HokusaiView more
|Free||All students with a valid ID|
|Free||Harvard ID holders (plus one guest)|
|Free||Harvard Art Museums Members|
|Free||Youth under 18|
|Free||Cambridge residents (proof of residency required)|
|Free||MTA (Massachusetts Teachers Association) Members (valid ID required)|
|Free||Massachusetts residents, Saturdays from 10am–noon (proof of residency required)|
|Free||Active duty military personnel, plus up to five family members, in collaboration with NEA Blue Star Museums (year round)|
|Free||Individuals with Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits or an Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card, plus up to five family members|
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The Harvard Art Museums are accessible for visitors using wheelchairs and other mobility devices. Accessible entrances are located on Quincy Street, Broadway, and Prescott Street. A limited number ofView more
The Harvard Art Museums are accessible for visitors using wheelchairs and other mobility devices. Accessible entrances are located on Quincy Street, Broadway, and Prescott Street. A limited number of wheelchairs are available for loan in the lobby free of charge. Wheelchair accessible seating and assistive-listening devices are available in our lecture halls. Large text (18 point font) Visitor Guides are available in print and via iPads on loan from our Admissions desk for visitors who are visually impaired. We also offer hand held magnifiers.
Visitors arriving via paratransit van or similar are recommended to use the entrance on Broadway, which allows a right-side exit from the vehicle. Accessible parking is available in the Broadway Garage, located at 5 Felton Street. (Please note that the garage has a 6 ft. 8 in. height limit.) Parking permits can be purchased online; visitors without an assigned code can use “Visitor to Campus” as their department and 7700 as their department code in the online ordering system.
Sign language interpretation may be available upon request; please contact Visitor Services to request sign language interpretation, at least two weeks prior to the program. Visual description tours for visitors who are blind or partially sighted also may be available upon request; please contact Visitor Services at least two weeks prior to the date of your visit.View less
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