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Hariko - Campus Art Cooperation

Campus Art cooperates with Hariko, 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.

 

Interested?

Get an overview of the current workshops in Esch-sur-Alzette and in Ettelbrück.

Register for any workshop in Esch-sur-Azette or in Ettelbrück or have a look at Hariko's location (see below) and meet their team.

First, try out one class for free and you become a member to join any future workshops for free! The cards can be obtained at Hariko; please show your student card and Campus Art will take over the membership costs; your membership card stays valid until you're 26 years old.

 

Where?
FAQ:
  • Do I have to become a member right away? No, you can first try out a workshop and then decide to become a member
  • Can I join the workshops even though I am over 26 years old? Due to the mission and aim of Hariko, you unfortunately cannot join the workshops if you are over 26 years old. However, you can attend all Campus Art workshops during the semester
  • Do I have to hand back my membership card after my studies? No you can keep your card, since it has been paid for already by Campus Art, and it remains valid until you're 26 years old: you can keep using it until then

 

Note: all governmental regulations related to COVID-19 have to be followed. Bring your mask and follow all instructions given by Hariko staff to ensure the security of all participants.

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