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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.

From October 2023 to January 2024, the Casino Luxembourg team is delighted to welcome your students to two new exhibitions. Jérôme Zonder's Joyeuse Apocalypse ! and Tessa Perutz's How to Map the Infinite are monographic exhibitions about memory, mood and immersion. Tessa Perutz's paintings plunge audiences into a poetic world of atmospheric landscapes and colours. A lavender carpet takes visitors on a journey to Provence. On the first floor, in the main hall, Jérôme Zonder's monochrome charcoal and graphite drawings display well-known visual references from pop culture, history and current affairs, and take visitors on a waltz through the remnants of an exuberant party - a "joyous apocalypse".

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.

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In conjunction with the Joyeuse Apocalypse ! exhibition by Jérôme Zonder:

Drawing with fingertips

Basic, secondary and higher education

In Jérôme Zonder's exhibition, the participants will discover the technique of drawing using only prints. They will then apply this technique to create their own works.  

Rubbing technique

Basic and secondary education

Using the rubbing technique, students will create curious portraits or figures using objects or flat structures, bringing to life fragmented motifs and characters and explore the visual effect that different structures give to their image.


From Cycle 3

It's all about perspective. Students explore the anamorphic drawing technique using grids and a cylindrical mirror. Will the mirror distort the design correctly? 

Oxymore design

From Cycle 3

In the spirit of the title of Jérôme Zonder's exhibition, students combine opposing terms to create absurd object concepts. They then visualise them in a data sheet to create a real product design! 

In conjunction with the How to Map the Infinite exhibition by Tessa Perutz: 

A journey in poetry

From Cycle 4

Students explore the calligraphy technique and create landscapes from words and phrases. They then discover the haiku format as a poetic way of capturing the moment, and combine it with a painting by the artist Tessa Perutz. 

Mapping the intangible 

Primary, secondary and higher education

Students create a sensory map using their sense of hearing, smell, taste, touch or sight. A common objective can be defined in advance: map their own neighbourhood, the school neighbourhood, a holiday destination, or the area around Casino, for example, following a short short outing in the streets around the art centre (depending on the time available).

Monochrome / Polychrome

Basic and secondary education

Students discover the difference between monochrome and polychrome and imagine a landscape based on simple shapes, created in both styles, in the form of a collage, using coloured, black and white paper. 


Visits and workshops are possible from Monday to Friday from 08:00 am to 18:00. 

Duration: visits between 45 and 60 minutes, visits + workshop between 90 and 120 min. 
Please include the following information when when booking:

- the name of the school 
- class/cycle/section 
- names of teachers and accompanying adults 
- the age of your students
- the language required (LU, FR, DE, EN) 
- the number of students 
- the desired time and the time available on site 
- any special needs 
- your telephone number

Workshops tailored to your needs can be organised on request.

Accessibility note 

For wheelchair users: the entrance to the ground floor of Casino Luxembourg is at 7, boulevard F. Roosevelt. The first floor is not accessible by lift.