Workshops are an important opportunity to continue to grow as an artist. Workshops provide an opportunity to spend concentrated creative time with like minded peers. More often than not, students travel away from home to attend a workshop. It’s like attending a creative retreat. It is a time for you to nourish and replenish your creative spirit. New friendships are made. Not only do you learn from the teaching artist, but you have a classroom full of other artists from whom you will also learn things.
An art workshop in 2022 for children on the value of our heritage in temple paintings.
Location: Lankathilaka Rajamaha Viharaya, Udunuwara.
A field art workshop on the value of heritage in temple paintings organised by the British Council Commonwealth Connection in April, 2022.
Location: Hindagala Rajamaha Viharaya.
An art workshop at the Galle Fort in 2022
An art workshop for state school students at Udu Dumbara, Sri Lanka.
A field art workshop organised by the British Council Commonwealth Connection in May 2022.
An art workshop on developing posters on women’s rights at Berjaya Hotel Mt Lavinia in 2019.
An art workshop on developing posters on children’s rights at Puthtalam in 2019.
An art workshop against suicides in society for adults (Agenda 14) at Anuradapura in 2018.
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