In response to COVID-19, CAN will be postponing our community workshops and staff are being given the option to work remotely from home. We are pursuing alternative ways of holding meetings and initially restricting those to essential matters. If you would like to meet with us, please contact in advance. As an organisation we will be doing everything possible to ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of all those we work with.
In these uncertain times, with the situation changing almost daily, we are mindful of the impact this pandemic is having on communities and in every sector, including arts and cultural development. We are exploring ways we can continue to deliver our programs, stay connected to communities and keep our contractors in work.
We encourage everyone to maintain an understanding for others and to recognise that all people have the right to be treated with dignity and honour, in all circumstances.
Should you need personal help for yourselves or colleagues or you want to be better informed about how to remain safe, we encourage you to review the information from professional services that are available nationwide.
CAN creates positive social change through the arts, building inclusion and understanding between people.
CAN acknowledges the Noongar people of the Bibbulmun nation as the traditional custodians of the lands on which we work and live. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and honour all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders as the first people of this nation.
CAN is proud to work with people from all cultures, but we do so on the understanding of First Peoples, first. Always was. Always will be Aboriginal land.