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American University of Science and Technology in Beirut

The leading Arabic advertising magazine, Arab Ad formed among students and professionals organized a contest for true Arabic countries to compete for the best Tolerance Poster design after being inspired by the show’s message. 

Arts and Design and the Communication Arts Department at the American University of Science and Technology [AUST] decided to organize an exhibition of their students and students from other Universities. These students works were combined with the Tolerance Poster Show. 

The University especially acknowledged the achievements of 5 AUST students from the top 10 finalists from 160 entries: Marie louise Al Haber, Lynn Hishi, Lynn Khrais, Aya Tawbeh; and of the #1 winner among all the universities students, AUST's student Lara Gharzzedine. This exhibition was opened by the owner of the University Mrs. Hiam Sakr, their instructor Joelle Chebli, professor Hala Habbal Chairperson - Department of Arts & Design, as well as Dr. Farha, Chairperson - Department of Communication Arts.

The show was opened Wednesday the 12th of December in Block "B" lobby Area of the school.


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