Night of the Museums
Night of the Museums
Since its 1st edition in 2001, at the initiative of the “d'stater muséeën” association, the Luxembourg-City Night of Museums has become an unmissable annual meeting for culture and heritage enthusiasts, and allows visitors to visit the seven partner museums of the association until 1 am in the morning. This 21st edition awaits you with a special program of guided tours, music, performances, workshops, culinary surprises and a festive “After-Party” at Mudam, with a surprising DJ set.
In order to facilitate commuting between museums, a combined ticket for the seven museums has been introduced, as well as free shuttle services.
Programme at Mudam:
Public Workshop: Blueprint
Participate in our Blueprint workshop and contribute to the creation of a large-scale collective drawing using different printing techniques, and representing the architecture of Mudam.
No booking required | For adults, teens, and accompanied children
Performance: Ziúr and Tarek Atoui
18h00 + 22h00 (Mudam Grand Hall)
Known for installations and performances that embody a sensory approach to space via sound and objects, Tarek Atoui has invited Ziúr, an experimental producer/musician from Berlin, to perform with him within the framework of his exhibition Waters’ Witness.
"Coup de cœur" with Max Gindorff (Spoken Word Performance)
21h00 + 24h00 | DE
Max Gindorff was born in 1994 in Belvaux, Luxembourg. He studied acting at the Max-Reinhardt-Seminar in Vienna. Besides his studies, he worked at the Théâtre National du Luxembourg and the Kaleidoskoptheater, among others. After a year as a permanent member of the ensemble of the Residenztheater in Munich, he moved on to the Wiener Burgtheater for the 2019/20 season. His performance is created in collaboration with the German actor Markus Bernhard Börger.
Culinary Night at Mudam
At the Mudam Café, the team from pure. will introduce visitors to their home-made cuisine made from local and seasonal products with a selection of soups and focaccia. The kitchen will remain open until 1am. As Mudam will also be hosting the after party this year, the bar will be open all evening until 3am and will be serving a selection of cocktails and drinks. In front of the museum’s entrance, a food truck, ‘Amore al dente’, will be open until 3am. On the menu: delicious pasta.
01h00–03h00 | Mudam Foyer
Following the museums’s closing at 01:00, join us for a queer rave-party hosted by Mudam. Featuring a DJ set by Luxembourg-born transmedia artist Dance Divine,whose practice includes a variety of sonic forms from techno to break-beat and politically motivated vocals, Mudam’s foyer will transform into a club conceived and designed by Brussels-based collective Every Island.