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« Scol'art » programme

Casino Luxembourg offers a mediation/visit programme aimed at school groups in basic, secondary and higher education, as well as relay houses and school foyers. It aims to develop a critical sense and observation, to open the discussion on the different forms of creation and their relationship to the current world.

Guided tours
Guided tours can take several forms: visits in the company of an exhibition guide, around the history of the Casino, discussion of contemporary art or other topics.

Tailor-made workshops
These are workshops directly linked to the current exhibition. After the guided tour, the participants carry out specific projects under the supervision of a mediator.

Permanent workshops
Accessible all year round and independent of temporary exhibitions, these workshops are inspired by the permanent works of the Casino.

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In addition to the art mediation/visits offered at Casino Luxembourg, it is possible to organise workshops, educational projects or guided tours adapted to the school curriculum or to the subjects discussed in class. These projects and creative works can span several sessions, depending on your availability and needs.

Intra and extra muros collaborations
Do you have an idea for a specific workshop, a particular request for your class, or the desire to create your tailor-made project? Do not hesitate to submit them to us! Our team is always looking for new projects and collaborations. Based on exchange and transdisciplinarity, these projects can extend over several sessions and adapt to the school curriculum.

Continuing education for teaching staff
All training and master classes for teaching staff are approved by the Institut de formation de l’éducation nationale (IFEN).

Creative trades fair for secondary and higher education students.

Day of discovery and encounter with contemporary art, dedicated to students of basic education.

Master classes and interdisciplinary projects for classes in the preparatory path to secondary education.

Adrien Vescovi – Jours de lenteur, vue de l'exposition, Casino Luxembourg – Forum d'art contemporain, 2022. Photo : Marc Domage

Tailor-made workshop

Collective Cocoon

In collaboration with the artist Nora Schlesser and "Rethink your clothes"

from 14 years old

13:00 - 15:30 



 "Rethink your clothes" is an awareness-raising campaign on the social and environmental issues of the textile industry, conducted by Caritas Luxembourg and the NGO Fairtrade Lëtzebuerg.  

In the framework of the exhibition Adrien Vescovi – Jours de lenteur at Casino Luxembourg, the pedagogical team of "Rethink your clothes" is organising a creative awareness-raising workshop, accompanied by artist Nora Schlesser. During this workshop, we will question our relationship with textiles and reflect on more sustainable behaviour.

Using the sewing technique, the pupils design a large collective garment. Fabric patches are used as a basis for a free creation according to the group's choices. At the end of the workshop, the students take a group photo of their collective creation.

keywords: textile industry, sustainability, patchwork, sewing, collective creation 


Permanent workshops

In the framework of the exhibition Adrien Vescovi – Jours de lenteur (on offer until 29.01.2023):

Landscape in fabric 

all ages

Fabric takes us to fantastic places. Each colour and pattern can represent the characteristics of a material or a landscape. In this workshop, students use different coloured fabrics to create their abstract panorama.

keywords: scenario, narration, storyboard, writing, drawing 

Colours of the earth 

Ages 6-13 

A palette of earth colours is composed from different earth pigments. These different colour samples can then be rearranged in large collective collages.
keywords: scenario, narration, storyboard, writing, drawing 

Writing workshop "Jours de lenteur"

from 12 years old 

Pupils experiment with the slow-motion exhibition. The observations and impressions of this experience will then be transformed into texts that question our relationship to time. 

keywords: writing, relationship to time, deceleration, observation 

In the framework of the exhibition Sound Without Music (on offer until 27.11.2022): 

Painting sound 

All ages - limited to 10 people 

Students experiment with the link between the auditory and the visual. By placing microphones on the canvas, it becomes an unusual musical instrument. Each painting tool produces sounds that guide the students in the creation of their abstract painting. 

keywords: abstract painting, sound art 

In the framework of the exhibition Jeremy Hutchison – The Never Never (workshops from 03.12.2022 to 29.01.2023): 

Contemporary Myths 

All ages 

Inspired by Jeremy Hutchison and his half-human, half-Porsche beings, students use collage to create their own new imaginary creatures, whose characteristics they will have to describe in their own contemporary myths.  

keywords: collage, fake news 

Reservation and information

Visits and workshops are possible from Monday to Friday from 8:00 to 19:00. Guided tours and workshops usually last between 40 and 60 minutes (optional). In order to best meet your needs, please remember to include the following information when making your reservation

– the name of the school
– class / cycle / section
– the age of your pupils
– the desired language (LU, FR, DE, EN)
– the number of pupils
– the desired time
– any special needs
– the name of the teacher / accompanying person
– your telephone number