On Saturday 17 September, over 100 people came together to celebrate the koort, moort and kalyakool (heart, family and legacy) of Noongar families in Northam.
15 November 2022
Hear about the Purrumpa: First Nations Arts & Culture National Gathering in Michelle's words.
14 November 2022
CAN is proud to announce our partners, the City of Melville have received a $709,175 grant from Lotterywest for the Place Names Melville Project, which will help the City to continue work on this important Reconciliation project.
08 November 2022
Join us at the start of the world famous Bibbulmun Track for a day of creativity, cultural connection, inspiration and self care.
31 October 2022
CAN wishes to announce that current CEO Wendy Martin is departing CAN at the end of October. Wendy has reluctantly decided to resign from her role and will be returning to Sydney for personal reasons.
02 October 2022
Weaving together a process driven framework with a Noongar-led community arts approach, Place Names Melville has been an incredible journey of reconciliation and Noongar language revival since its beginnings in April.
27 September 2022
Join us for an exhibition of art works created by Noongar elders and their families, responding to and celebrating Aboriginal place names in Melville.
27 September 2022
Did you know Kwobidak Balladong Boodja means beautiful home land in Noongar? It’s also the name of a new collection of original songs created during CAN’s Noongar Lullabies program in Northam.
06 September 2022
Community Arts Network (CAN) is keen to hear from councils, community groups and organisations eager to partner with us to deliver our flagship Noongar language programs, Place Names and Lullabies.
29 August 2022
CAN is seeking Expressions of Interest from Aboriginal community members to join our Aboriginal Advisory Group.
04 August 2022