AAPL goes ARTWEEK
Founded in 2013, and registered with the Ministry of Culture since 2018, the Association des Artistes Plasticiens du Luxembourg (AAPL) aims at dialogue and exchange between artists and has the mission of representing and defending the material and moral interests and social rights of the profession and those of its members, through consultation and advocacy with national authorities and other relevant organisations.
On the occasion of the next edition of Art Week Luxembourg, the Association des Artistes Plasticiens du Luxembourg (AAPL) has concocted a programme of activities within its premises in Verlorenkost, under the concept «AAPL goes ARTWEEK».
- Open Doors of Artist Studios: Approximately 40 artists currently occupy the AAPL artists' studios to develop their professional practice. Several disciplines are represented, among them drawing, painting, engraving, photography, sculpture, performance;
- Exhibition of artists members of the Association: the AAPL currently gathers approximately 150 active artists in Luxembourg and worldwide. On the occasion of Luxembourg Art Week, the AAPL opens its premises to other artists member who does not have a studio in Verlorenkost to make visible the multiplicity of facets of local artistic creation;
- Guided tours: 4 free guided tours of approximately 45 minutes will be offered to discover the work of the artists and the role of the AAPL (in French and English). These visits are open to all audiences and aim to encourage exchanges with artists;
11h30 – 12h15 (FR) & 15h30 – 16h15 (EN)
11h30 – 12h15 (EN) & 15h30 – 16h15 (FR)
Guided tours must be booked: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Performances: by artists who are members of the Association;
- Creative workshops: facilitated by members of the AAPL wish to introduce a very large audience to artistic practice (for adults and families, free);
- Catering: visitors can enjoy the presence of a food truck on site.
The AAPL workshops will be open to the public on Saturday 11 November from 10:30 am to 6 pm, and Sunday 12 November 2023 from 10:30 am to 5 pm.