This exhibition highlights the outstanding works of sosaku-hanga, or Japanese twentieth-century creative prints, from the Bowdoin College Museum of Art collection. Focusing on post-war prints from the 1950s-1970s, the show emphasizes the themes, forms, and cultural context of the works in alignment with the Fall 2016 course ARTH 3180 Japanese Print Culture. Students selected pieces to research, wrote labels on their objects, and discussed exhibition design. Some examples of artists in the show include: Umetaro Azechi, Kiyoshi Saito, Koshiro Onchi, and Yoshitoshi Mori. This show complements and contextualizes the concurrent exhibition, “Hiroshima children’s drawings” in the Becker Gallery.