News & Info

July 2016

Yoko Ono on Chicago, her life, and her art

Yoko Ono on Chicago, her life, and her art

July 27, 2016

In the News

Project 120 is delighted to let you know that a major interview with Yoko Ono is now available digitally and will be featured in the August 7th Chicago Tribune Magazine. The interview talks about her connection to Chicago, her life and art.

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The Wooded Island, a Place for Peace

The Wooded Island, a Place for Peace

July 06, 2016

In the News

We now have the opportunity to reestablish this site, and recognize it as one of the most important sites reflecting U.S.-Japan relations for over 120 years.  Yoko Ono recognized this when she first visited the original site of the Ho-o-den in 2013. For her, this site has a unique and extraordinary past and future as symbol of peace. Not just between the U.S. and Japan, but among all people and all nations. In fact, we can all use more peace, not just internationally, but locally on our streets and in our parks. She has given us an opportunity to learn about our past and create the future together.  It is our responsibility to use it.

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