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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.
Although CAN has been busy delivering projects during the COVID lockdown, this Summer will feature many new events - both in-person and online - for audiences to enjoy.
CAN’s Bury School Linking Project is back28 Apr 2021
The COVID lockdowns of 2020 into 2021 meant CAN missed the infectious energy of children in person in the classroom in our Schools Linking Project in Bury.
Refugee Week 2020 at CAN3 Jun 2020
Due to the challenges of COVID lockdown in 2020, CAN is delivering its work for Refugee Week online.
CAN Do Creatives open for business!1 May 2020
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.
Coronavirus Update6 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.
Libraries of Sanctuary Welcome Days12 Feb 2020
In 2020 - 2021, CAN will programme a series of Welcome events in libraries across Greater Manchester designed and curated by refugee-heritage artists.
CAN’s Cilla Baynes won an Inspiring Change Award as part of Southbank’s WOW Women of the World Festival 2018
Horizons Festival Commission Call Out - Made at HOME
CAN takes its place in the awards for Manchester's outstanding cultural organisations.
Kámoši Juniors Performing Arts Group were delighted to share their talents with audiences at Leigh Carnival 2019.
Horizons Festival 2019.14 May 2019
Audiences celebrated the creative talents of Greater Manchester's refugee communities at this year's Horizons Festival.
All Because of Love National Tour.15 Mar 2019
A rare opportunity for UK audiences to see Sufi music through a national tour produced by CAN.
Stella Barnes joins CAN as its new Creative Director.
CAN and HOME Refugee Week 2018 – 2022.9 Mar 2018
Celebrating the talents of the region's refugee artists.
Celebrating Hidden Tales.2 Nov 2017
A unique arts trail shares the stories of Rochdale's homeless community.
Rochdale’s homeless community speak up and out.19 Oct 2017
A sharing event at Touchstones celebrates the success of the Hidden Tales project.
Hidden Tales.9 Oct 2017
Hidden Tales: Untold Stories from Rochdale's Petrus Community.
Arts Council England invests in our work with marginalised artists and communities with NPO investment for 2018 - 2022.
CAN Young Artists@HOME's The Snow Dragons premieres at HOME and is part of the National Theatre's Connections Festival in 2017.
CAN partners with Dutch arts organisation to exchange creative ideas.
Arts organisations share their learning on the likely impacts of Brexit on arts organisations working with migrant communities .