Recurring Event

Thirty-Six Views of Japanese Art

Guest curator: Dr. Brett M. Van Hoesen, Associate Professor and Area Head of Art History, University of Nevada, Reno

The exhibition, “Thirty-six Views of Japanese Art,” draws from an alluring selection of the never-before-exhibited permanent collection of Japanese woodblock prints at The Lilley Museum of Art as well as from private collections of Japanese prints, paintings, ceramics, baskets, and mixed media objects. The title of the exhibit, inspired by Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai’s famous print series, Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji, explores a wide range of themes integral to Japanese art – including the representation of animals, landscapes, water, poetry, wabi-sabi, Kabuki theatre, and much more.

Please visit The Lilley Museum website for museum hours.

Friday, May 27

University Arts Building, The Lilley Museum
39°32'28.4"N 119°48'57.0"W