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Community Arts North West

CAN is an expert in artist development, especially for new migrant artists, and those under-represented in the creative sector.  To support them, we launched the new CAN Do Creatives course on Tuesday 22 September 2020.

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Coronavirus Update

6 Apr 2020

During this difficult time, our thoughts are with the friends of CAN - the young people, artists, organisations, individuals and communities we work with - and we send our good wishes to you, your families and loved ones.

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In 2020 - 2021, CAN will programme a series of Welcome events in libraries across Greater Manchester designed and curated by refugee-heritage artists.

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CAN’s Cilla Baynes won an Inspiring Change Award as part of Southbank’s WOW Women of the World Festival 2018

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Kámoši Juniors Performing Arts Group were delighted to share their talents with audiences at Leigh Carnival 2019.

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Audiences celebrated the creative talents of Greater Manchester's refugee communities at this year's Horizons Festival.

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A rare opportunity for UK audiences to see Sufi music through a national tour produced by CAN.

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A unique arts trail shares the stories of Rochdale's homeless community.

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A sharing event at Touchstones celebrates the success of the Hidden Tales project.

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Hidden Tales.

9 Oct 2017

Hidden Tales: Untold Stories from Rochdale's Petrus Community.

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Arts Council England invests in our work with marginalised artists and communities with NPO investment for 2018 - 2022.

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CAN Young Artists@HOME's The Snow Dragons premieres at HOME and is part of the National Theatre's Connections Festival in 2017.

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Arts organisations share their learning on the likely impacts of Brexit on arts organisations working with migrant communities .

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