At Navel, community-led learning groups investigate specific topics, from wealth redistribution, to sustainable art-making, to Black ethics in rap.
The Goethe-Institut has partnered with the Los Angeles Poverty Department in organizing Worlds of Homelessness, a weeklong interdisciplinary series of events featuring artists, architects, advocates, and performers.
More than a culinary celebration, this event will focus on how the dishes being consumed are tied to themes of colonization, appropriation, and resistance.
Tiny Tech Zines is a new zine fair that examines the weaknesses of the industry, while exploring ways that digital innovation can be harnessed by those communities that have been heretofore underserved.
Los Angeles’s A Right to Defiance festival will feature performances, panels, and workshops that refute the notion that punk rock is a straight White man’s genre.
More than a response to contemporary political anxieties, the organizers were inspired by the Buddhist notion of the scream as a transformative act to achieve enlightenment and compassion.
This year’s theme “What if Utopia” challenges participants to consider the myriad possibilities of what an ideal world might look like.