Around our beautiful campus and community you’ll find a wealth of wonderful outdoor artworks. These works enrich our everyday lives and bring colour and interest to the spaces we work, share and recreate in.
This artwork in our community is the result of KAUST ART, an extensive program of artwork commissions that enhances our public spaces with urban art projects intended to stimulate creativity and interaction.
Hani Itani, University Architect within the University Projects Department and Martina Viglasska of the University Support Services will present lectures and walking tours full of fascinating insight into the KAUST ART project and the artworks in our campus and community.
This event features two independant sessions, a morning and an afternoon session. Both sessions feature a 20-minute presentation followed by a guided tour on campus.
A breakfast will be provided at the end of the morning tour.
This event is brought to you by the Office of Enrichment Programs in collaboration with University Support Services.
This event has limited seating. If you register and cannot make this event, please be sure to 'Unregister' so someone else can take your place.
Hani Itani is professional registered architect graduated from the American University of Beirut (1988, BA Architect) and joined KAUST in January 2008 under the capacity of Technical advisor responsible for the academic & administration Buildings & Laboratories. Hani contributed to the design, construction and startup of the operation of the University.
Today as University architect Hani Itani isupports several projects by implementing the KAUST vision, where he believes in sustainability is a new dimension in Saudi Arabia and the whole world.
Martina was born in Slovakia and studied Garden and Landscape Architecture at the Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra (Slovakia) and the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (Austria).
Before joining KAUST she worked as garden designer in Austria.
Martina Joined KAUST in November 2012 and works in the Campus Support Department.
Sarah Shalaby graduated from the University of Greenwich with a first-class honors degree in Architechtural Engineering in 2012. Currently, Sarah is an architect in the EJR team of the KAUST University Support Services Department. Prior to joining KAUST in 2016, she was an architect at Saudi Diyar Consultants and Riwaq Designs in Cairo.
Yaseen is a mechanical engineer in charge of project management at KAUST. He obtained a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering at King Abdul-Aziz University in 2010 and a Master of Science in Engineering Technology Management from Western Kentucky University in 2014
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