OBERLIN Legendary artist Yoko Ono will visit Oberlin College on Thursday to deliver the last of the college's 2009-10 convocation series addresses.
She will screen excerpts from her films, discuss her work and take questions from the audience. The address, titled "A Conversation with Yoko Ono," is a ticketed, free event that takes place at 7:30 p.m. in Finney Chapel.
Ono is a Japanese-American artist, musician, author and peace activist who is best known for her marriage to John Lennon. She also is noted for her groundbreaking work in avant-garde art, music and filmmaking.
She brought feminism to the forefront through her music, and is considered a pioneer and major influence of the 1970s new wave genre.