Lyceum’s “Lyසිත්තම්” Exhibition Stuns at J.D.A Perera Art Gallery

From May 11th to 13th, the esteemed J.D.A Perera Art Gallery, affiliated with the University of Visual and Performing Arts, was transformed into a vibrant tapestry of creativity and talent as Lyceum International School, Nugegoda, hosted the mesmerizing "Lyසිත්තම්" Children's Art and Craft Exhibition.

The exhibition showcased over 2,500 stunning pieces created by a diverse group of artists , offering a vivid display of imagination and artistic expression. This grand event was graced by the presence of Miss Chathuni Kularathne, an exceptionally talented student of Lyceum Nugegoda. Recently honored with a merit award from UNESCO Germany's "CUBE OF FREEDOM" international art competition, Miss Kularathne's role as the Chief Guest highlighted the artistic potential nurtured within the Lyceum community.

Adding to the exhibition's charm, nearly 500 additional displays were contributed by parents, management, and academic and non-academic staff, underscoring the collective spirit and shared passion for art that thrives within the Lyceum family.

The opening ceremony welcomed an array of distinguished artists from diverse fields, including painting, dancing, cinema, music, and performing arts. These esteemed guests expressed their gratitude to Lyceum Nugegoda's management and art department for providing a splendid platform for emerging talents in Sri Lanka to shine and connect with the wider artistic community.

Under the insightful guidance of Lyceum International School, Nugegoda's Principal, Mr. Rajiv Ekanayake, and the diligent supervision of Head of Arts, Ms. Madavi Thilakarathne, the exhibition was meticulously organized, ensuring its resounding success.

A standout feature of the event was the opportunity for parents and participants to uncover their hidden creative talents. Families engaged in drawing sessions alongside their children, fostering a sense of fun, unity, and creative expression within the household. This interactive element not only showcased the artistic prowess of young talents but also promoted a spirit of togetherness and creativity among families and the wider community.

The "Lyසිත්තම්" Art and Craft Exhibition was more than just a display of artwork; it was a celebration of creativity, community, and the boundless potential of young artists. It underscored Lyceum International School's unwavering commitment to nurturing global citizens who will reshape the future of Sri Lanka through their artistic and creative endeavors.

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