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 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
In 2019, Welcome to Balardong was commissioned to provide an exciting new platform for the rich stories that had emerged during the clay sculpture project created by the York community the previous year.
19 July 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
Running over 2018 and 2019, this project collaborated with the Centre for Stories in Northbridge to run poetry workshops led by award-winning local poet Nandi Chinna.
04 February 2019
In 2016, CAN ran a series of creative workshops with the Northam Yorgas, a social craft group of Noongar women who meet weekly to craft, lunch and yarn.
05 July 2017
During the winter of 2017, CAN delivered a series of weekly evening workshops where community members gathered to write and share poetry, while enjoying a warming bowl of soup.
10 February 2017
CAN engaged a local language consultant to work alongside Busselton Primary School students and 22 community members to co-create Andalap Djedi (Busselton Jetty), a colourful language poster featuring a collage of painted sea creatures and their Noongar names.
10 February 2016
Beginning in late-2015, CAN engaged with the Busselton community to create paintings and oral history recordings that preserve the personal histories and journeys of the participants.
02 February 2016