CAN to present at National Platforma Conference

Community Arts North West will present practise and learning from its recent oral histories project, Lisapo – The Congolese Tales at this year’s Platforma Conference taking place in Leicester. The project recorded, preserved and shared the untold stories of the Congolese community living in Greater Manchester, who have been migrating to Britain since the late […]

MIRO to perform at the Littleborough Arts Festival

Manchester International Roots Orchestra fans will be pleased to hear that the orchestra will be doing a summer gig as part of the Littleborough Arts Festival near Rochdale. The gig will take place on Thursday 27th August at 7.30pm at St Barnabas Church. Tickets cost £5 and are available from Framework, 30a Hare Hill Road, […]

We’re finalists in Lloyds Bank Foundation Charity Achievement Awards

CAN has been selected from charities across the North West as the regional winner of the Championing Change Award. We’ve received a prize of £1000 and will now compete against charities from across England and Wales, Northern Ireland and the Channel Islands for 6 overall prizes which will be announced at the UK Final awards […]

First Person film screening

CAN and Filmonik have collaborated on First Person, a screening of powerful and surprising digital portraits created by 16 artists over 5 days. The event takes place at The Wonder Inn, one of the most exciting new arts & events spaces to pop up in the centre of Manchester. First Person is the culmination of […]

Do I.T. artists 2014-15

2014-15 artists

Rule 35: A new, provocative show about the British detention system: Sat 28 March, Z-arts

Rule 35 Saturday 28 March 2pm / 3.30pm / 5pm Z-arts Community Arts North West and the Boaz Trust invite you to Rule 35 – a new, provocative show taking you to the heart of the British detention system. Created and performed by refugee and asylum seeker women, many of whom have experienced detention. We […]