Every month we present you 3 of our cultural partners. The shows we are announcing here are from the following month and accessible with your Kulturpass.
Esch-Belval will be transformed into a large immersive playground:
You will participate in a surprising treasure hunt and take up challenges that will make you discover the site of Esch-Belval in a different light.
You will attend the premiere of “Future Frequencies”, a community concert created and performed by talents from the Esch2022 region.
You will enjoy a multitude of surprising animations and entertainments that will take place at every corner.
You can follow live what will happen at the same time in the center of Esch-sur-Alzette.
The center of Esch-sur-Alzette is just as exciting and will not leave anyone indifferent. You will attend the official REMIX Opening, which will take place at 5:30 pm at the Place de l’Hôtel de Ville.
Once the ribbon is cut, you will enjoy a unique theatrical experience, as well as concerts and a live broadcast of what is happening in Esch-Belval.
Animations of all kinds will also take place along the rue de l’Alzette as well as on the Place de le Résistance /Place du Brill.
You can also participate in the treasure hunt from Esch-sur-Alzette and help solve the riddles in order to reach the final goal…
LËTZEBUERG CITY MUSEUM
The museum, located in the heart of the old town, is housed in a restored complex of historic houses.
On three levels, partly dug in the rock, the visitor discovers the history of the city through objects originaux as well as topographic reconstructions and a mobile application. Temporary exhibitions take place regularly on the two upper levels.
The Luxembourg Story. Over 1000 years of urban history
On the three lower levels of the museum as well as in a space dedicated to current urban planning, the exhibition tells the eventful history of the city of Luxembourg, from its beginnings in the Xe century to the present day. Following the chronology of development divided into four major periods and 17 themes, the exhibition focuses on the most important historical aspects and characteristics of each era. A mobile application offers different tour formats.
Luxembourg seen by contemporary artists
In its permanent exhibition the Lëtzebuerg City Museum presents contemporary artistic positions that take a look at the urban landscape and the current city.
Temporary exhibitions in 2022
« Komm, mir grënnen e Veräin ! »
The associative life in the city of Luxembourg since the 19th century
25.03.2022 — 15.01.2023
Since the beginning of the 19th century, the capital has had several thousand association foundations, only a fraction of which still exist, with no end in sight to the associative phenomenon.
The associative sector continues to play an important role: it touches all social strata and covers the most diverse fields of activity. Starting from the principle that each association is a mirror of the society in which it is created, the exhibition presents the long history of the Luxembourg associative world with the help of selected examples.
Workshop for children – Carnival vacations at the Luxembourg City Museum
The Renert celebrates Carnival.
The “Renert”, Luxembourg’s cult fox, invites children to create their own disguise mask. The workshop lasts one hour and starts at 2:00, 3:00, 4:00, 5:00 PM
Remember to reserve your place in order to participate in the workshop!
15 février 14h00
17 février 14h00
19 février 14h00
VILLA VAUBAN – MUSÉE D’ART DE LA VILLE DE LUXEMBOURG
The bourgeois villa of the XIXe The Villa Vauban is located in the heart of the city, in the middle of a historic park that invites you to relax. The exhibitions organized at the Villa Vauban are based on collections that are largely made up of Dutch works of art from the XVIIe century and French history and landscape paintings of the XIXe century. The museum favors variable exhibition formats, allowing works to be explored from different angles. Large-scale temporary exhibitions include loans from major international collections. A varied program of activities awaits the visitor.
A walk through art
European paintings and sculptures, 17e–19e century
With more than 100 paintings and 14 sculptures, the permanent exhibition at the Villa Vauban takes the visitor on a journey through three centuries of artistic creation: from the 17the century through the dreamy places of Italy to French painting in the mid-19th century.e.
In addition to the styles and periods with many masterpieces, the exhibition allows to discover small formats and miniatures as well as a spectacular room dedicated to the acquisitions of Jean-Pierre Pescatore, donor and benefactor of the City, during the auction of the works in possession of King William II of the Netherlands in 1850.
The wide variety of subjects and artistic styles is reflected in an immersive video projection at the beginning of the tour that puts visitors in the mood of the works they will encounter during their walk through the art.
Summer of ’69.
Works by Berthe Lutgen and Misch Da Leiden from the years of revolt
Until the 21st of May 2022
The exhibition is devoted to the work of Berthe Lutgen, a painter and feminist born in 1935 in Esch-sur-Alzette, and to that of Michel Daleiden, a painter and screen printer born in 1948 in Luxembourg who, under the artist’s name “Misch Da Leiden”, lives and works in Düsseldorf. At the end of the 1960s, Daleiden joined the Luxembourgish artists’ collective Arbeitsgruppe Kunst, of which Berthe Lutgen was a founder. In 1969, the two painters organized the spectacular First No. 1 Exhibition in Luxembourg.
Workshops, children, family
The Villa Vauban opens its workshop space to families. With our mediators, you will discover a wide variety of materials and artistic techniques, with no limits to creativity.
The workshop lasts one hour and starts at 14:00, 15:00, 16:00 and 17:00
Reservations are recommended in order to guarantee a place in the workshops.
Max.Participants: According to the Covid-19 regulation in force
30 janvier 14h00
13 février 14h00
20 février 14h00
13 mars 14h00
10 avril 14h00
24 avril 14h00
Price: Free for children, admission to the museum for accompanying adults – free for Kulturpass recipients.