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
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
Northam Lullabies participants spent a morning out at Katrine, near Northam, to share songs, Noongar language and enjoy a feed together.
22 August 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
The community of Mandurah experienced the magic of CAN’s Lullabies at the Intercultural Lullabies performance at Mandurah Arts Festival.
23 November 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
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