Current Programme.

Highlights of recent years have been major projects bringing people from different communities and cultures together. Creating new work, new networks and above all exciting cross-fertilisation and ideas for future work.

The schools linking project in Bury connected children across Bury to build friendships and skills through creativity

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We're launching Without Borders a new participatory creative series of workshops for young artists taking place during June and July

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Join us in Festival Square as part of Manchester International Festival for music and song exploring climate change and justice by three extraordinary women

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In Summer 2022, hundreds of people from Wigan and Leigh – and international visitors – saw a children’s film about climate change

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Women of all generations from Rochdale explore the place of women and girls in the world

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CAN and HOME are looking forward to meeting artists who've experienced forced migration at a special artist event.

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Running between September to December 2022, Pushing Boundaries supports artists with lived experience of forced migration to learn skills and develop the networks to work in schools

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Young people created art work for the Rochdale date of the international tour of acclaimed visual artists Luke Jerram's stunning art-work Gaia.

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We're thrilled to introduce our talented CAN Do Creatives to Greater Manchester's art organisations.

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Older Asian women from KYP’s ESOL group and young women from M6 Theatre Company explored the place of women and girls in the world.

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Our Kámoši Juniors Performing Arts Group, used their creative ideas and activities from the Summer and Autumn terms to create a stunning animation film about the threats to our planet.

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Originally developed as part of Horizons Festival, audiences were fascinated by Brouhaha created by Iraqi artists Sherko Abbas and Kani Kamil at HOME.

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