Sharing Lullabies is a celebration of language and culture through song. It is the coming together of Noongar and intercultural communities to share lullabies, language and culture, creating lullabies in multiple languages.
Sharing Lullabies creates a space where children, families and communities can share their culture and build a deeper connection to the land we are all living on.
This project is led by talented Noongar language facilitators and musicians. It is underpinned by CAN’s First Peoples first principle, building on the past five years of Noongar Lullabies programs delivered throughout Noongar country.
Sharing Lullabies was launched in 2021 in Mandurah. CAN is working alongside accomplished Noongar language facilitator Charmaine Councillor and award winning musician Phil Bartlett to bring Sharing Lullabies to Mandurah as part of the Mandurah Arts Festival, in partnership with the City of Mandurah.