This month of May, the Schluechthaus will be buzzing with activities. On 13 and 14 May, non-profit organisation I Love Graffiti will highlight the diversity of street art. Since the end of the 1990s, the Schluechthaus has been the privileged canvas of many graffiti artists and is undoubtedly part of the history of Luxembourg street art. Over one weekend, the public will be able to experience 70 international artists painting over almost the entire site (1,500m2). Graffiti workshops, a market, musical entertainment by Konektis and the screening of the video Du graffiti au street art, quand les murs se déchirent by researcher and photographer Christian Gérini are also on the programme.
Riding on two wheels will be in the spotlight on 20 and 21 May. Young and old will be able to improve their cycling skills thanks to courses offered in collaboration with SaF Zéisseng asbl and La Pédale Mühlenbach. A tour through the city will be offered by the non-profit ProVelo.lu.
On 27 May, the project My Urban Piano goes QuattroPole will take place in the Schluechthaus. Four musical groups from each of the four cities of the QuattroPole cross-border network (Luxembourg, Metz, Trier, Saarbrücken) will perform in this unique setting.
Please note that the exhibition of projects submitted as part of the architectural competition for the conversion of the Schluechthaus
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PHOTO: VILLE DE LUXEMBOURG