The Latest at Bowdoin’s Museums and the Nine Other ‘Must-See’ Museums of 2017 (Smithsonian)

“Rooftops of Nagoya,” 1963, woodblock by Junichiro Sekino (準一郎關野), Japanese, 1914–1988. Gift of D. Lee Rich, P’78, ’80 and John Hubbard Rich Jr., Class of 1939 Litt.D. 1974, P’78, ’80. Part of the Bowdoin College Museum of Art exhibition Sosaku-hanga: Twentieth Century Japanese Creative Prints.

If you’re traveling the globe in 2017, Smithsonian magazine has come out with a list of nine “must-see” museums opening this year.

And, of course, if you find yourself in Bowdoin’s neck of the woods,  you must check out the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, which is currently showing, among other exhibitions, Sosaku-hanga: Twentieth Century Japanese Creative Prints, an artistic form of expression from twentieth-century Japan, and the Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum, which just this week opened Melting Away: Arctic Cultural Heritage at Risk, featuring photographs documenting the effects of rising Arctic temperatures.

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