One Another: Open Call
Deadline: May 1 2019
NAVEL and Dorit Cypis invite 12 individuals from Los Angeles communities to take part in a durational and collaborative research and dialogue illuminating the question “who are we to one another?
Work with us!
Apr 9 2019
Learn more about internship opportunities at NAVEL.
2019 Season Announcement
April – November, 2019
A year of inquiry, uproar and play.
Thursday, May 16 – Saturday, May 18
Resisting the carceral state, one donut at a time.
A Right to Defiance
Jun 15 2019
punk is queer. punk is femme. punk is Black. punk is Brown. punk is boundless.
سفره دايمه Sofra Daymeh
Saturday, Sep 7 – Nov
Decolonizing food around the سفره sofra.
The Zapatista Wi-Fi Rebellion
Friday, Sep 20 & Sunday, Sep 22
Short-circuiting techno-imperialism with Zapatismo.
Wednesday, Apr 17 – Sunday, Oct 20
Come out from the shadow of identity politics through the power of intimate engagement across difference.
Demystifying genomics to inform identity in the age of the quantified self.
The New Internet Commons
An ongoing series of events which aims to understand the state of the world wide web today in contrast with the early unravelings of its utopian vision.
Alexandria PDF Library
A repository for digital files uploaded by and available to NAVEL's visitors via the wifi at our physical site
An intimate and informal monthly gathering where members of the NAVEL community come together to present on current research topics.
A platform to discuss the organization of living beings in physical space — past, present, and possible futures.
One Another: Identity, Difference + Conflict
Apr 17 2019, 7:30PM, doors at 7PM
A ten-act interactive presentation on key themes in our upcoming program, One Another.
Apr 15 2019, 7-10PM
Presenters include Peter Kalisch, Iris Fraser-Gudrunas, Kalyane Lévy and Blaine O’Neill.
Mar 27 – Apr 14 2019, by appointment only
A set of design koans for our technological zeitgeist.
LA Artists: What Do We Know About Ourselves?
Apr 10 2019, 7:30PM, doors at 7PM
An open forum assessing the needs of LA's art community.