Clark Library Exhibits and Events

The Clark Library hosts exhibits that have included art work, maps, and other materials that provide unique perspectives on the history, geography, and cultures of the world. These exhibits draw heavily from the library's collections, and often engage students in their creation and curation.

Collage of Clark Posters



Current Exhibit

Unique Perspectives: Maps from Tokugawa & Meiji Japan

Poster with textual information about the Unique Perspectives Exhibit

An exhibition of Japanese maps produced during the Tokugawa and Meiji eras (eighteenth and nineteenth centuries), including maps of the world, Japan, and cities including Tokyo (Edo) and Kyoto. A major loan from the collection of Barry MacLean, Lake Forest, Illinois, forms the core of the exhibit, supplemented with works on loan from the Robert B. Hall Collection illustrating the Tokaido road, and selected maps from the Stephen S. Clark Library collection. Join us on September 20th from 4 to 7 pm for our Exhibit Celebration for Unique Perspectives: Maps from Tokugawa & Meiji Japan.

When: August 20th-October 30th, 2018

Where: The Audubon Room & the Stephen S. Clark Library

Online exhibits
Past exhibits

If you have a question about an exhibit or are interested in collaborating with the Clark on an exhibit, please email our exhibit coordinator at .

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Last modified: 09/04/2018