Press for Yoko Ono's Passages for Light

Ono stays in the picture
The Stanford Daily - January 16, 2009

Q&A with Yoko Ono
The Stanford Daily - January 16, 2009

Yoko Ono, Passages for Light
The Stanford Daily - January 16, 2009

Yoko Ono reflects on her life, work and public perception
Stanford Report - January 15, 2009

An evening with Yoko Ono
Examiner.com - January 15, 2009

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About Yoko's Visit to Campus

This event is presented by the Stanford Institute for Creativity and the Arts (SiCa) in collaboration with Stanford History Professor Gordon H. Chang and the Asian American Art Project.

 

About SiCa

The Stanford Institute for Creativity and the Arts (SiCa), established in 2006, acts as the nerve center for the Stanford Arts Initiative, leading the development of new undergraduate arts programs; hosting artists in residence; administering new multidisciplinary graduate degree programs; awarding grants for multidisciplinary arts research and teaching; incubating collaborative performances and exhibitions with campus partners and other institutions; and providing centralized communication for Stanford arts events and programs.

 

About the Asian American Art Project

Directed by Stanford Professor Gordon H. Chang and Professor Mark Dean Johnson of San Francisco State University, the Asian American Art Project at Stanford is the most comprehensive study and interpretation ever undertaken of the history of visual art produced by individuals of Asian ancestry in the United States from the mid-19th century to 1970. Fully collaborative in structure, the project involves scholars from fields including American History, Asian American Studies, Art History, East Asian Studies, Ethnic Studies, and Women’s Studies.

 

Contact Information / Press

Ben Schroeter, SiCa Communications
(650) 213-6981
bschroet [at] stanford [dot] edu