Campus Art

Spring semester 2019 - Workshops for students and staff

By Branka Djordjevic, Emmanuelle Hingray, Alan Johnston, Karin Luteijn, Inês Rebelo de Andrade, Ursula Scheuern and Dagmar Weitze.

"Discover your own creativity, escape your normal daily life and get back to your roots!"

On Campus Belval / Maison du Savoir (room 4380) / Maison des Arts (4th floor) 
in Luxembourg-Hollerich / Art center Carré / 1, rue de l’aciérie

No prior knowledge is necessary.

Experience the recreational approach of our art classes. A range of art books and other methods of inspiration will help you to choose your topic for reflection. The works will be carried out individually or in a group.

The courses are free and the material is provided.

Students of the BScE and BScS are especially invited to make their own practical experiences in visual arts and to get professional advice for their pedagogical careers.

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Full Spring Semester 2019 Programme

Ceramics and modelling - Campus Art University of Luxembourg


Ceramics & Modelling by Karin Luteijn

Discover pottery! Create your own bowls, plates, buttons… or model figures out of clay: life-size portraits, ethnic masks, organic shapes, mural reliefs…


Learn how to fire ceramics in an electric kiln.


Experience colours and glazes to accomplish your work.


When: Fridays 16:30 - 19:00 / 1, 81 15, 22, 29 March, 5, 26 April and 3 May
Where: Belval Campus / Maison des Arts / room 7.010 (4th floor)


Image credit: Layout (detail) for the book "Der Zaubergarten des Künstlers", written, illustrated and designed by children, Summerakademie CEPA. 2003.


Designing, writing and illlustrating a children’s book by Alan Johnston / artist

Alan Johnston will introduce you to that wonderfully vast world of children’s books and guide you through the main stages of the ‘making of’. He’ll show you pitfalls to avoid, as well as some ‘Golden rules’ to respect. We will try to find a story and develop a main character, make a storyboard and look at typography and text as sound track as well as making your book’s cover design.


As the total time for this course is very short compared to the real time needed to make a book, it would be great if participants could come as often as possible otherwise you might miss out on something!


Alan would be delighted to help you with an on going book project you may already be working on.


Please bring:
A pencil-case full of your favourite drawing/writing tools, different media from charcoal to coloured pencils, micro felt pens etc., a pair of scissors, an A3 block of Tracing paper (Papier Calque), a set-square (T-Z Dreieck) and a 30cm ruler.
A children’s book or children’s books you really like and lots of enthusiasm!


Alan can provide watercolours, pencils, layout paper etc. Participants will receive a sketchbook.


When: Tuesdays 4:30 – 7:30 pm / March 5, 12, 19, 26, April 2, 9

Where: Campus Belval / Maison du Savoir MSA / room 4.380



Painting with acrylics by Inês Rebelo de Andrade

Learn how to use acrylic paint!


In this workshop you will discover a most versatile medium. Experiment and explore a variety of techniques (effects, texture, collage, wet in wet…) on a diversity of materials (paper, canvas, wood, metal…).


Release your creativity and how/where to find inspiration.


Material will be provided, just bring along your curiosity and motivation.

When: Tuesdays 16:30 - 19:00 / 23, 30 April, 7, 14, 21, 28 May
Where: Campus Belval / Maison du Savoir MSA / room 4.380



Painting / mixed media by Branka Djordjevic

This workshop invites you to step out and go beyond only using acrylic paint.


Take a chance on various surfaces: papers, boards canvas, wood... 
Try out a variety of techniques: effects, texture, collage, monoprint… 
Explore combinations with other means: soft/oil pastels, charcoal, graphic/coloured pencils…


Experimentation and curiosity are the keys to a creative working process and new discoveries!


All materials will be provided. Should you have your personal equipment bring it along and don’t forget a protection for your clothes.


When:  Wednesdays 4:30 - 7 pm / Feb 27, March 6, 13, 20, 27 April 3
Where: Art Center Carré, 1, rue de l'Aciérie,  L-1112 Luxembourg, Hollerich



Handmade books by Ursula Scheuern

You like to create a personal sketchbook, pocketbook, Two-Sewn-as-one, Accordion- Fold- Book, or a diary? It’s less difficult than you think.


Some sheets of paper, - by the way you will discover different paper qualities - a pair of scissors and a brush, that’s everything that is required to get started. With a needle, some inches of thread and special bookbinding glue you will be able to manufacture a variety of beautiful, creative and unique handcrafted objects.

When: Fridays 16:30 - 19:00 / 1, 8, 15, 22 March, 5, 12 April
Where: Art Center Carré, 1, rue de l’Aciérie, L-1112 Luxembourg, Hollerich




Masks by Dagmar Weitze

Create a personal mask and take pictures in a special setting!


Get closer to your dream by creating your personal mask.


By hiding our face, using different faces, we follow very old traditions and get in touch with the history of humanity. We can use various shapes and materials: cardboard, paperclay, fabrics, recycling material... everything is possible


Finally, we are looking for special outdoor settings to take pictures. Bring your camera! 


When: Friday 8 and 15 March / 16:30 - 19:30 & Saturday 16 March / 10:00 - 16:00 
Where: Belval Campus / Maison du Savoir MSA / room 4.380



Porcelain jewellery by Emmanuelle Hingray

(Language: French)

Create your own porcelain jewellery!


Using basic techniques, you will learn how to work with clay to create items of jewellery that reflect your personality. During this workshop, Emmanuelle will show you how to create your own porcelain jewellery (rings, brooches, earrings, pendants...). You will also learn how to apply colour and enamel to your creations.

Equipment to be provided: apron or work clothes.

When: Thursdays 16:30 - 19:00 / 25 April, 2, 9, 16, 23 May
Where: Belval Campus / Maison des Arts / 4th floor/ room 7.010



Urban sketching tour: old & new Luxembourg  by Alan Johnston / Artist

Prize-winning sketchbook author will lead you on a sketching tour of old Luxembourg and then the (new) Kirchberg to discover the unfamiliar hidden behind what you thought were everyday landscapes!


Please bring (warm) outdoor clothing (including strong shoes), snacks, a picnic and  water in a rucksack. You can bring your own art material or Alan can lend you sketchbooks provided at 5€ each.


For experienced sketchers or beginners alike.



  • Saturday 30 March: 10:00 - 12:00 / Old Town Luxembourg   
  • Saturday 6 April: 13:00 - 17:00 / Kirchberg/ MUDAM

Where: Outddoor

  • Old Town Luxembourg (30 March): Meet at foot of the Saint-Esprit Elevator in Luxembourg city, in the ‘Grund ’.
  • New Town Kirchberg (6 April): Don’t forget money for Tram and coloured pencils for in MUDAM (Museum of Contemporary art) (in case of rain).


Nature art by Ursula Scheuern

Nature art installations combined with drawings and photo shots


Join us for excursions in the great outdoors and discover primary gestures and raw materials by creating playful, experimental or conceptual artistic installations from natural elements in nature. There can be all sorts of subjects, often engendered by the site itself: traces, colours, limits, erosion, the course of the sun, shadows, secret garden, etc.  A short introduction into Land Art and Nature Art  will stimulate your creativity.


Photos, sketches and drawings will complete our efforts.


Recommendation: Bring outdoor clothes and shoes, a picnic and your camera.


When: Saturday 18 May / 10:00 - 16:00    

Where: in the great outdoors (15 km north from Luxembourg). Possibility to get picked up at the railway station in Mersch or at the bus stop in Rollingen (Bus 290). You may also walk through a lovely landscape from the bus stop to our working place in the forest (+/- 1 km).



Artist studio visits





If you are interested to meet artists working in Luxembourg, please let us know.


Campus Art would be pleased to organise studio visits on demand (minimum 6 persons).