Realising a musical dream
Apart from demonstrating an untapped pool of
music talents, the concert ‘Beats and Bars’ offered an exhilarating
evening of music and performances. What is noteworthy in the
exercise on the part of the teachers at the Studio Fine Arts was
that the rich repertoire of songs and pieces of music.
Nirmala de Alwis:
The elephant’s majesty impacts her art
The road leads to a compound of scenic beauty of
tropical splendour with tall shady trees spread like an umbrella.
Entering the huge mansion, I observed that it was fine in
spaciousness, with a big wall-hanging of an elephant done in papier
mache (made up of paper pulp).
In this week’s column, we examine further the
critique of the Deconstruction Theory by John M. Ellis. We concluded
previous week’s column by citing John M. Ellis’s observation. Ellis
points out; “attempts to advance thought is normally taken to
require Focus on the highest and most advanced level of thinking
that has been achieved on a given question;