Platforma Conference success

At last week’s Platforma conference held at the Martin Harris Centre, we welcomed over 200 delegates & speakers from across the UK and beyond. Sessions ranged from lively discussions to thought-provoking theatre, international song and dance, spoken word, art, film and photography. Thanks to everyone who volunteered, attended and performed – it was an inspiring, […]

Download the 2013 Platforma Festival programme

The full colour 2013 Platforma Festival programme is now available to download. Click here to download the [download id=”24″ format=”1″] (PDF) This national festival of arts + refugees is coming to Manchester for the very first time. It promises to be an exciting few weeks, packed with live performances, a 2-day conference and the first […]

CAN is a finalist in Euro-Med Award

CAN has been short-listed for this year’s Euro-Med Award. The Euro-Med Award is an annual prize which recognises the achievements of individuals and organisations working for the promotion of inter-cultural dialogue. Each year, the award is dedicated to a special theme. For 2013, the Award theme is Migrants as Ambassadors for Mutual Understanding. The other […]

CAN’s youth programme kicks off with 2 amazing performance opportunities

Young Roma rappers from Kámoši youth group in Leigh will perform with internationally-acclaimed Serbian Roma Band, Kal on 6 Nov 2013 from 7.30pm (show starts at 9pm) at Manchester Academy 3. Kámoši, meaning ‘friends’ in Slovak, includes Slovakian, Czech Republic and Roma heritage young people & their friends – this being the first time that […]

16 to 19? CAN is recruiting a part time Digital Media Assistant

CAN is recruiting a part time Digital Media Assistant, aged 16 to 19, to work one day a week alongside our Media Arts Creative Producer in the day-to-day delivery of our media arts programme. This is an exciting opportunity as part of the Curious Minds Strong Voices Programme for a creative and motivated young person, […]

Artists Do I.T. networking event

On September 11th 2013 CAN hosted a networking event for artists & creatives who had taken part of our Do I.T. digital media training course from July-September 2013. Do I.T. is funded through the European Social Fund and aims to raise the profile of artists & creatives from culturally diverse & refugee backgrounds by developing […]

Platforma Conference & Festival tickets now on sale

The Platforma Festival is an inspirational national showcase of arts & culture featuring work that explores, or is linked to the refugee experience. Community Arts North West is hosting Platforma Festival 2013 which takes place at the Martin Harris Centre between 31 Oct & 1 Nov 2013. The festival includes a major two-day conference, two […]

Digital media training for artists & creatives

Are you an artist or creative, unemployed or working less than 8 hours a week? Would you like to develop your digital media skills and promote yourself better? Are you interested in sharing your knowledge and being part of a creative network? DO i.t. is a new training course that will show participants how to […]

Heart’s Core performed at Z- Arts

Community Arts North West presented Heart’s Core, on 15 June 2013 at Z-Arts, 335 Stretford Road, Hulme, M15 5ZA To celebrate Refugee Week, women from Greater Manchester’s refugee and migrant communities take you to the heart of their lives. Telling stories that are significant to them and to their communities, these women invite you to […]

Kind donation to support CAN

Amina Latimer, well known community activist and volunteer, has made a very kind donation of £300 to CAN’s Exodus programme via Servas Britain. Amina is a regular Exodus volunteer and is passionate in her support of Refugees & Asylum seekers. Amina also volunteers for The Eagles Wings project in Bury and The Welcome Centre in […]