Campus Art

Workshops for students and staff

What is Campus Art?

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

No prior knowledge is necessary.

Experience the recreational approach of our art classes. A range of different workshops and methods are offered each semester, which might make you discover a new passion or to continue your artistic discovery. These workshops, where the practice of a manual activity is at the centre, will also allow you, we hope, to relax and unwind.

The courses are free and the material is provided - except if specified in the description (see brochure).

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 career


How to register?

You will receive an e-mail on your "" or "" address during the first week(s) of classes of each semester in order to register for one or several activities.

The platform Affluences is used for weekly registrations, which will allow you to register one week before each class.


The programme for this summer semester 2022

The programme will run from March 7, 2022 to June 26, 2022. There will be a break from the 11th to the 17th of April 2022; no sessions on public holidays.

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The last two sessions will not take place on 2 and 9 June but on 9 and 16 June. There is therefore no session on 2 June.

Detailed programme available in our brochure:

**Click on the image below to download the pdf**

! Change: The Campus Art courses are no longer held under the CovidCheck scheme as of 14.03.2022!


NEW: cooperation Campus Art / Hariko

Campus Art is very happy to announce a new collaboration with Hariko (Facebook / Instagram), a local arts organization.

Hariko is a place of exchange and creation between artists and young people up to the age of 26 years old.

The workshops, artists' studios and common spaces are open Tuesday through to Saturday from 14h-20h (Esch) / from 13h-19h (Ettelbrück). The program changes regularly (every three months) and is also open during the holidays.

Click here for further information on the cooperation with Hariko.

Hariko is a service of the Aide internationale de la Croix-Rouge Luxembourgeoise a.s.b.l.


Do you have any further questions?

Please send us an an e-mail via We will be glad to help you!

Data protection policy:

The University of Luxembourg (hereafter “the University”) processes your personal data in the framework of your registration to Campus Art’s programme. The data processed are contact details (name, surname, email address) and your status at the University (student, staff, other) for statistical purposes. Your participation is on a voluntary basis. Please note that the University processes your personal data only to the extend necessary for your registration and this data will not be stored longer than it is necessary for the purpose stated. Your personal data will only be disclosed to the trainers in charge of the courses. You have a right of access and rectification that you can exercise by sending an email to