“Ape Urumaya” 17 books writing on intangible heritage published by the Arts Council of Sri Lanka. (2021.08.03)
The ceremony of launching “Ape Urumaya” 17 Books writing on Intangible Heritage, Art Magazine and Buddha Statue Creation published by the Arts Council of Sri Lanka, was held on 2021.08.03 at the auditorium of the State Ministry of National Heritage, Performing Arts and Rural Arts Promotion at Sethsiripaya Stage II. Hon. Vidura Vickramanayake, State Minister of National Heritage, Performing Arts and Rural Arts Promotion, Secretary of the said state ministry, Chairman of the Arts Council of Sri Lanka, Executive Committee of the Arts Council of Sri Lanka and the respective authors of the books were present at this occasion.
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Out Reach Programs
Arts Council of Sri Lanka involves audience development and outreach work by request of various communities such as schools, universities, divisional secretariats, regional organizations in venues outside of Colombo as well as in Colombo, public halls, etc. Most of the outreach programmes are music, theater, dance, visual arts and literature appreciation workshops, lecture demonstrations, creative workshops, master classes, community outreach projects, working with facilitators consists with national outstanding artists or international artists or both.
Kadha Surindu Gee Ranga Puja
''Kadha Surindu Gee Ranga Puja'' the National Harmony Programme which was organized by the Arts Council of Sri Lanka in collaboration with the Department of Cultural Affairs on 3rd of November 2018, at the Katharagama Devala Premises. The Students and Teachers of the University of Sri jayawardanapura, The Visual & Performing Arts, Eastern University and the Youth Council participated in this remarkable and significant occasion.