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Huge thanks to the festival for inviting the group to the UK’s largest celebration of animation
CAN and HOME are recruiting two part-time Assistant Creative Producers for the Horizons Festival 20238 Nov 2022
We’re particularly interested in hearing from people with lived experience of migration as this group is under-represented in the creative workforce
It was announced today that CAN will continue as part of Arts Council England’s national portfolio of regularly funded organisations
An afternoon of creativity and coffee for artists from a forced migration background
CAN's Creative Director Stella Barnes's paper from a symposium at the University of Manchester in June 2022
CAN co-curated and co-hosted the panel discussion Refugee Arts Networks: Extending The Frame Panel Discussion In November 2021.
We’ve finished the Libraries of Sanctuary project working with Crossing Footprints, Manchester, Oldham and Bolton Library Services and we’re celebrating the project’s impact.
We can’t underestimate the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on communities in Greater Manchester who were already at the sharp end of inequality.
Emmanuela returns to the country of her birth to explore Congo's rich musical heritage.
Originally developed as part of Horizons Festival, catch Brouhaha created by Iraqi artists Sherko Abbas and Kani Kamil at HOME.
During April – June, the group worked with artists Sanja Govorcin, Jaydev Mistry, and Chelsea Morgan on the theme of their environment.
Connect with the world through two specially commissioned performance and music pieces.
We're excited to be recruiting for a new Chair this autumn. The closing date for applications is Monday 1 November.
Starting this autumn and winter, we’re beginning a new phase of exciting community focussed creative work in Manchester and we’re looking for passionate, creative and organised people to come and work with us and help us on this journey.
Audiences were delighted to be reconnected with live music at a small, intimate and socially distanced performance by Seyed Ali Jaberi and the Hamdel Ensemble after a break of 16 months away from performing live.
Saturday 5 June marks the one-year anniversary of Manchester’s Black Lives Matter demonstration.
People across the globe are rallying against the killing of Black people by the police and against racism, racialised inequality, discrimination, violence, and oppression.