Sōsaku-hanga: Twentieth Century Japanese Creative Prints is organized in conjunction with Art & Resolution: 1900 to Today. This exhibition was co-curated by Alison J. Miller, Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Art History and Asian Studies, and students from the Fall 2016 course ARTH3180 Japanese Print Culture: Harry Templeton ’19 (H.T.), Caroline Corban ’17 (C.C.), and Courtney Gallagher ’17 (C.G.). They would like to thank the staff of the Bowdoin College Museum of Art: Ellen Tani, Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Curatorial Fellow; Joachim Homann, curator; Frank Goodyear and Anne Collins Goodyear, co-directors; Honor Wilkinson, curatorial assistant and manager of student programs; and preparators José Ribas and Jo Hluska. Special thanks are also extended to Jen Edwards, curator of visual resources, Martie Janeway, department coordinator for Art History. David Israel of Academic Technology & Consulting produced and built this website.