Over a whirlwind 2 weeks, 10 taster workshops across 5 locations saw over 100 women* experience CHORUS.
17 November 2021
Through the sharing of Community Arts Network’s Noongar Lullabies, members from diverse communities have been provided the opportunity to connect with First Nations culture on Binjareb country for Mandurah Arts Festival.
20 October 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
From July to September, twelve participants from places as far as Cairns and Darwin logged in to learn the fundamentals of Noongar language and song writing during weekly online learning sessions with Charmaine and Phil.
01 December 2020
Following extensive consultation and community engagement, the Katanning Noongar Leadership Group and the Place Names Project Working Group undertook a process of collating, recollecting and remembering cultural knowledge to put back together the story of Mulka.
18 February 2020
Kep Koorliny (Rain Coming) supported Noongar community members to use poetry as a medium for storytelling and to express their personal histories.
31 December 2019
CAN worked with the Noongar community in Mandurah to create the album Nganyang Nyit Maawit.
19 December 2019
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
Community Arts Network joined forces with the Awesome International Arts Festival to form and present the Djinda Djinda Community Choir, a joyful offshoot of the Lullabies program.
03 October 2019
CAN developed a series of clay workshops to support Noongar community members to create a detailed diorama of figurines representing historic and contemporary depictions of the York Reserve, the river and town.
01 October 2019