Passages for Light
*** THERE ARE NO MORE TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT.
7:00 PM, Wednesday, January 14, 2009
Dinkelspiel Auditorium, Stanford University
Free, tickets available to Stanford community ONLY
Not open to the public
The “Passages for Light” lecture is free for all members of the Stanford community (with current Stanford ID). Tickets will be limited and available through Stanford Ticket Office starting January 7, 2009. You must come in person to pick up your tickets. This event is not open to the public.
Dinkelspiel Auditorium is located on the Stanford University campus at 471 Lagunita Drive, adjacent to Tresidder Union. Parking on campus is free of charge after 4:00 p.m., and may be found in the lot off Lagunita Drive near Tresidder Memorial Union and on Abbott Way.
Yoko Ono: Then and Now
Mark Gonnerman, Pamela M. Lee, and Peggy Phelan
12:00 PM, Monday, January 12, 2009
Tresidder Oak West Lounge
Free and open to the public
Gordon H. Chang will be moderating a panel on the works of Yoko Ono with Mark Gonnerman, Pamela M. Lee, and Peggy Phelan. Yoko Ono will not be present at the panel.
John Lennon Educational Tour Bus
January 11 - 12, 2009
Next to the Stanford Bookstore in White Plaza
The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus is a non-profit 501(c)(3) mobile audio and HD video recording and production facility. Since 1998, the Bus has provided free hands-on programs to hundreds of high schools, colleges, Boys and Girls Clubs, music festivals, concerts, conventions and community organizations. Working together with some of the biggest names in music, the Lennon Bus encourages students to play music, write songs, engineer recording sessions and produce video projects using the latest audio, video, and live sound equipment.
Look for two Wish Tree installations on campus!
Tresidder Union and White Plaza (at the Stanford Bookstore)
Monday - Friday, January 12-16, 2009
Yoko Ono’s interactive WISH TREE installation has been ancillary to many of her exhibitions over the years. Participants are invited to write their wishes on pieces of paper and hang them on the branches of a tree. The wishes are to be buried at the foot of the IMAGINE PEACE TOWER.