Last Friday we celebrated National Reconciliation Week and the launch of CAN's exciting new legacy project Ngaluk Waangkiny (Us Talking) which includes a short film, a series of podcasts and a book.
02 June 2022
The community of Mandurah experienced the magic of CAN’s Lullabies at the Intercultural Lullabies performance at Mandurah Arts Festival.
23 November 2021
A collaboration between Soul Alphabet and CAN, Rooted in Freedom aimed to inspire young bla(c)k women aged between 16 and 28 to honour their freedom and express themselves authentically through the written word.
30 April 2021
CAN supported Teatro Latinx again to produce Man On! – a theatre show which took the changing rules of the Australian migration system to the soccer pitch.
11 April 2021
Creating a 15-track album with twelve Noongar community members located across Australia required a mix of ingenuity, technology and cooperative effort.
29 January 2021
CAN engaged Aboriginal artists to create an animated video for one of the first songs recorded in the Lullabies series, the Noongar version of “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star”.
10 October 2019
Ngala Daa-Waangkiny unified and amplified the voices of Rekindling Stories on Country participants with an innovative group exhibition and performance held during NAIDOC Week celebrations in Perth.
08 July 2019
This progressive textile artwork and exhibition celebrated place, language and connection to country.
19 August 2018