Fancy trying your hand at journalism from the comfort of your own home? Then why not join cafébabel, the online magazine by and for young people in Europe?
Are there any famous works of art that you would like to see but don’t have the chance to? Now you don’t even have to go to Paris to see the Mona Lisa or to Florence to visit David. Culture was never easier to access!
As an artist, working in another country can provide you with new sources of inspiration. You will gain experience and knowledge and might even expand your audience or start a partnership.
Looking for a new hobby? Interested in Arts and Crafts? Find a variety of activities in Luxembourg
Improvisational theatre can be beneficial, as it releases hidden tensions and makes an individual to feel at ease with his body and expressive means.
Culture-dedicated websites are starting to pop up online. Are you ready to discover culture with the extension dot lu (.lu)?
Several film festivals offer you films that worth checking. Cine clubs and non-profit organizations also feature film screenings throughout the year.
Luxembourg, no matter how small, offers insight in arts and culture via its cultural institutions. Special events are inviting you to discover them!
On Stage is the youth festival in the beginning of the school year. Young creative talents are showcasing their projects.
If hip hop is your thing, then you will have your chance to sing in front of an audience and show that you are the best.
Für Sie als Künstler kann das Arbeiten in einem anderen Land eine Quelle neuer Inspirationen sein. Sie können Ihren Erfahrungs- und Wissenshorizont erweitern oder auch ein neues Publikum gewinnen oder eine Partnerschaft eingehen.
The ‘ECF STEP Beyond Travel Grant’ funds emerging artists and cultural workers to explore and to exchange views, skills and inspiration within Europe and neighbouring countries. Sound interesting?
If you are doing advanced creative work or scholarly research, you might apply for the Bogliasco Fellowship Programme! Find out what it takes to join the Liguria Study Centre on the Italian Riviera.
Ever wanted to go on an exchange programme but Erasmus wasn’t really your thing? With the UNESCO-IFPC Bursaries Programme, you can do a young-artist residency anywhere in the world.