I was recently hired to manage some projects spanning varied interests such as the arts, documentaries, and mental health. Some panned out and some didn't, but I was once again reminded of how much I loved the work I do. Different clients, different ways of handling projects, and different requirements meant that I was able... Continue Reading →
The e-flyer created for the other 2/3rds of my livelihood. This goes public today. Thanks to all my friends who are pitching in to help me. This venture is not limited to Sri Lanka, so if you need any writing or editing done, please do mail or leave a message here.
The third project with British Council, Social Canvas was about art in public spaces. The process started with a call for applications from talented artists, interior designers, advertising professionals, etc. They were then selected based on their portfolios and possible contribution, and grouped into teams, led by creative thinkers and professionals in the varied fields of photography, digital... Continue Reading →
My second project management experience with British Council was on Colomboscope. Colomboscope is an arts festival celebrating contemporary literature, music, film, and performing arts organized by Goethe Institut and British Council.My duties included assisting with the programme (researching, drafting, and editing), liaising with external and internal members, and general project management assistance. The participants selected were... Continue Reading →
As part of my project management work, I took on the management of the British Council side of the Sri Lanka Fashion and Apparel Awards for half a month, due to a staff shortage at the British Council. The project was a competition for promising designers and a space for them to launch/showcase their designs. I was... Continue Reading →
Positive Women's Network Sri LankaPrincey (of Positive Women's Network) is doing wonderful HIV-related work in Sri Lanka. A true inspiration for all, and a cause dear to my heart..