Yes, I did this with an Arduino Uno: See here:
If you are still in planung phase, then I suggest (A) to use u8g2 instead and (B) consider a SPI based display, which is faster and requires lesser GPIO lines. Something like this: 20P/24P SPI COG 25664 LCD Screen (Board/No Board) ST75256 Controller 3.3V 5V White Backlight I2C/Parallel Interface|lcd module|cog lcd module3.3v lcd module - AliExpress
Or a with higher resolution: https://github.com/olikraus/u8g2/wiki/gallery#11-oct-2017-st75256-jlx256128
Or (more expensive, but better readability) a DOGM240 display: https://www.lcd-module.de/produkte/dog.html
In general T6963 based display are a little bit outdated. Power consumption is very high, contrast often requires an external negative voltage (usually -15V, check whether your boards comes with a negative voltage converter), contrast has to be adjusted with a variable resistor. Modern chips like the ST75256 offer build in voltage generation and electronic contrast adjustment. LED backlight is much more advanced. For the DOGM240 you could even select between different LED backlights.
Only drawback for the ST75256 based displays: You need a 3.3V level converter for the Uno (e.g. 74HC4050).
Edit: When ordering ST75256 based displays, always order 3.3V version and use a level converter (74HC4050) for 5V Arduino boards.