ASSEMBLIES Proposals: Quarter 1
Feb 19 2019
Learn about the 22 proposals received for the first ASSEMBLIES quarter.
Programming Committee Spring/Summer 2019 Announcement
Nov 26 2018
Gloria Galvez, Jasmine Nyende, Dorit Cypis, Chris Tyler, Daleen Saah, and Yewande Pearse
Feb 3-24 2019, Closing: Sunday, Feb 24 at 6PM with a screening at 6:30PM.
An ongoing, decentralized eco-performance interfacing art and blockchain technology to fund environmental projects.
Performative Computation Symposium
Mar 10 2019, 12:30-9PM
Interdisciplinary conversations on improvisation, AI and creative computation.
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
A platform to discuss the organization of living beings in physical space — past, present, and possible futures.
2:22 reflections Release Party
Feb 22 2019, Doors at 7:30PM, performances at 8PM
Celebrate the release of NYALLAH’s debut EP, reflections.
Feb 21 2019, 10PM - late
Luka Isaac teams up with office magazine to present Crave (live), J Cush, Abyss X, Napolian, Anthem, & Hirakish (live).
Feb 2 2019, Doors 7:30PM, Screening 8PM
Mindless, repetitive labor and the pursuit of social media stardom (on repeat).
Movement Practice Residency: Site Specific Strategies
Oct 20 - Jan 27
A series of research and practice sessions for movement artists and creators, focusing on the development of site-specific performance work.
Jan 26 2019, Doors 7:30PM, Performances 8PM
Curated by Carmina Escobar, Fy, and Tom Leeser, join us for a listening party and an evening of performances where artists present their interpretations of the word scream.
The New Internet Commons: READER on Black Twitter - effects of web 2.0 on blackness
Jan 17 2019, Doors 7:30PM, Program 8PM
Cassandra Press tackles the underanalyzed intersection of blackness, online community & identity, and the inherent racism of app culture.