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
Ten respected Elders from Boorloo (Perth) have collaborated with Community Arts Network (CAN) to share their life journey as part of a multi-media legacy project.
25 May 2022
Northam community!! Join Noongar facilitators, Cyndy Moody and Phil Bartlett to create and learn beautiful lullabies in Noongar language for your moort!
12 April 2022
Alwatan to Home sought to create a welcoming space for women from Arabic-speaking backgrounds to come together and share their stories.
01 August 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
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
Celebrating diverse heritages and stories within the City of Wanneroo, City of Canning and City of Stirling, Lotterywest Story Street involved twenty-eight events in various venues across these local government areas.
05 December 2019
Produced by Carolina Duca, Teatro Latinx encouraged participants to share their stories with the broader community in a performance in November 2019.
30 November 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