Don’t miss our Final Gala as we celebrate the end of the 8th annual Winter Enrichment Program
The WEP Chair for 2018, Professor Omar Knio, will kick off the evening by recognizing the efforts of everyone involved in the production of this two-week program and will announce the winners of the KAUST Poster Competition, the International Undergraduate Poster Competition and the Science Fair.
Then, BELLA GAIA will close WEP 2018 with a breathtaking holographic and musical performance. The award-winning and director Kenji Williams will bring this special version produced exclusively for KAUST. BELLA GAIA is a theater show that communicates without words, the beauty of the planet both natural and cultural (BELLA) and the interconnectedness of all things on Earth (GAIA). Come and enjoy!
KAUST Iris Project Exhibition
Discover a curated digital photo exhibition that celebrates the diversity of the community at KAUST. The Kollectiv-Lumen will exhibit in the lobby of the Auditorium photos that have been taken of WEP team-players, which represent 28 different nationalities.
Cocktail reception to follow.
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BELLA GAIA is a NASA-powered immersive theater show that communicates without words the BEAUTY of the planet both natural and cultural (BELLA) and the INTERCONNECTEDNESS of all things on Earth (GAIA). Named a "100 Top Creative" by Origin Magazine, a World Technology Network award finalist in Arts, Entertainment, and Education, and a Grammy voting member, BELLA GAIA creative director Kenji Williams explores the nexus of art and science through collaborations as diverse as astronaut Koichi Wakata orbiting live aboard the International Space Station and institutions such as NASA, UNEP or UNESCO.
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