• “Beyond the Horizon” art exhibition
  • “Beyond the Horizon” art exhibition which has been held annually for 12 years at the Colombo Art Gallery is the clubs main event of the year. It’s not only a school art competition, but also an island-wide competition where some of the paintings on display are the creations of children coming from the war torn north and east of Sri Lanka. Water color painting, oil painting, glass painting, pottery painting. Black and white (pencil sketch), fabric painting, paper cut design and sculpture are the fields of art in which students compete. Winners get gold, silver and bronze medals, merit is given to the non medalists who have done well and participation certificate for participants who are not medalists or who have no earned merit awards. Students of ages from 5 to 18 compete. Each participant receives a paint box and a drawing book. These are especially useful to the needy children from rural areas and help develop their skills to the next level. The art circle has also engaged in much humanitarian work as well.
  • Sinhala and Tamil New Year Festival held at Mulleriyawa”halfway home”
  • Every year Royal College Art Circle together with the UNESCO club of Royal College holds a New Year festival during the month of April at mulleriyawa half way home.
  • Vesak Festival held at mulleriyawa”halfway home”
  • Every year Royal College Art Circle together with the UNESCO club of Royal College holds a Vesak festival during the Vesak season at mulleriyawa half way home.
  • Annual inter house sport meet decorations
  • All the decorations at the inter house sport meet including the decorations of the J.R.Jayawardane pavilion is done by the art circle of Royal College.
  • “Royal Thomian Big matches “Face painting stole.
  • During the three days of the big match Art Circle of Royal College holds a face painting stole at the boys’ tent for Royal students.