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  • Liyanage, I. (Drama & Theatre and Image Arts Unit, Department of Fine Arts, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    The purpose of this paper to discusses the photography in performing arts industry as a connoisseur. Experience of the art media and ability to handle the technology are the most important qualities that the photographer ...
  • Kathriarachchi, U.K. (Drama & Theatre and Image Arts Unit, Department of Fine Arts, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    This study explores feminism in Federico Garcia Lorca’s Stage dramas. Federico Garcia Lorca dramatizes the stultifying and sexually repressive life of women in provincial Spain in a rural trilogy formed by his three most ...
  • Jayasundara, K.H.J.S.K. (Drama & Theatre and Image Arts Unit, Department of Fine Arts, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    The aim of the study is to investigate the causes of the lack of popularity of Street Drama in the modern day. The purpose of this study is to focus on how street drama, which was popular in 1970, are not as popular ...
  • Hettiarachchi, B. (Drama & Theatre and Image Arts Unit, Department of Fine Arts, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    Television is a public media. The structure of the television has been made with the ability to watch television without any differences of age. That means from a child to grown ups. Therefore, implementing rules and ...
  • Rajapaksha, R.H.R. (Drama & Theatre and Image Arts Unit, Department of Fine Arts, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    In Sigmund Freud’s Psychological Theory, he compares a human mind to a floating glacier. The upper part of the glacier is called the “Super ego” and the submerged part is termed the “Ego” While the part which cannot be ...
  • Wickramasinghe, W.A.D.I.P. (Drama & Theatre and Image Arts Unit, Department of Fine Arts, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    According to Leslie Bennett (2013), the singing actor must perform the structure laid out in the text, yet freely improvise within that structure making discoveries and impromptu decisions in order to tell the truth ...
  • Gunasinghe, E.R.N.K. (Drama & Theatre and Image Arts Unit, Department of Fine Arts, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    This study examines Hamlet as an introspective character who has the ability to astutely observe the reality in the world, analyze and examine every nuance of the unique situations he encounters. Hamlet is the greatest ...
  • Nishshanka, N.M.V.D. (Drama & Theatre and Image Arts Unit, Department of Fine Arts, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    This study focuses on the current dramaturgical requirements in Sri Lankan theatre. The renaissance in Europe caused the birth of new facets not only in science and technology but also in techniques, crafts, and various ...
  • Abeysekara, C.J. (Drama & Theatre and Image Arts Unit, Department of Fine Arts, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    War creates problems that are common to people across space and time. One such is the breakup of the family unit. The Greeks fought the Trojan War in prehistoric times upon which is based the play “Trojan Women” authored ...
  • Somasiri, R.D.T.N. (Drama & Theatre and Image Arts Unit, Department of Fine Arts, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    Tamil dramaturgy gets very little attention in Sri Lanka. One example of this is the fact that it is not included in University curricula. But more attention should be paid to this genre as being part of Sri Lankan ...
  • Rajakaruna, R.H.W.P.W.A.C. (Drama & Theatre and Image Arts Unit, Department of Fine Arts, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    The period of 1980-1990 is remembered as perhaps the most violent period in Sri Lanka’s history with the growing ethnic tension leading to a civil war with the LTTE against the Sri Lankan state. Due to the adverse situation ...
  • Kulasuriya, K.W.K.P. (Drama & Theatre and Image Arts Unit, Department of Fine Arts, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    The purpose of this study to examine the importance of Yoga exercises for a stage drama actor. The main objective of yoga exercising is to gain physical and mental fitness. “Acting is the process of wondering the emotions ...
  • Suraweera, A. (Drama & Theatre and Image Arts Unit, Department of Fine Arts, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    In this paper, I will discuss the ethical problems related to employing photo manipulation in photojournalism Using data from news media. Like all professional fields, photojournalism has its own standard of ethics. Every ...
  • Jayaweera, K.G.D.H. (Drama & Theatre and Image Arts Unit, Department of Fine Arts, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    This paper investigates if Riddi Yagaya’s “Kapuyakkariya” and “Daru Nelawilla” includes psychiatric Methods of treatment/ -“Riddi Yagaya” is enacted “To wish in anticipated reprehension for her child-birth and to carry ...
  • Buddhika, S. (Drama & Theatre and Image Arts Unit, Department of Fine Arts, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    All people can look at a picture, but not all of them can read the picture. Photography is a type of language. It can tell many things. In every artwork, there is a hidden purpose, but not everyone can read it because ...
  • Uthpala, G.B.I. (Drama & Theatre and Image Arts Unit, Department of Fine Arts, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    This research paper focused on the importance of the entrance of Sooniyam Yakshaniya in Daha Ata Sanniya. “Daha Ata Sanniya is the ritual that is held for Sanni Yaka and other related Devils to avoid blemishes sustained ...
  • Dissanayake, D.M.W. (Drama & Theatre and Image Arts Unit, Department of Fine Arts, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    This paper will explore the theme of love in the dramas of Shakespeare through an examination of it in a comedy, Midsummer Night’s Dream and a tragedy, Antony and Cleopatra. The theme of love discussed here will be that ...
  • Kumara, M.U. (Drama & Theatre and Image Arts Unit, Department of Fine Arts, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    Asoka Handagama is a leading figure of the third generation of Sri Lankan cinema. He made the film "Aksharaya" in 2005, but, unfortunately, was banned. After that, he made "Vidu" in 2010. These two films are very important ...
  • Wimalarathne, A.A.P.M. (Drama & Theatre and Image Arts Unit, Department of Fine Arts, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    In macro-photography, some object or being is captured with life size (1:1) magnification. By using a macro lens and full frame camera, an accurate and perfect macro photograph can be captured. However, photographers ...

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