Our Community Arts Network office in Narrogin has moved to a new location.
CAN’s Southern Wheatbelt hub is now based in the old Department of Parks and Wildlife building on Wald Street in Narrogin.
“Our new office has everything we’ve ever wanted, it’s so comfortable and roomy and we have loads of space to run our community gatherings and workshops,’ said CAN’s regional coordinator Geri Hayden.
CAN has been delivering empowering community arts projects from its Narrogin base for more than five years.
Successful programs include the Noongar Pop Culture language revival project and the Bush Babies Honouring our Elders Portrait exhibition which is set to tour Western Australia.
If you want to drop into the new office, here’s where you’ll find it:
7 Wald Street, Narrogin.
Phone: 08 6144 5630