Kulturhuef Musée – Print and Playing Card Museum Luxembourg
The Gutenberg Revisited exhibition, revised in 2018, offers, amongst others, a timeline on the history of printing and many new objects (texts: DE, FR, EN). The exhibition Jean Dieudonné illustrates the techniques of playing-card production and illuminates the history of the Dieudonné family as playing-card manufacturers in Grevenmacher. Multilingual free guided tours and a wide range of workshops complete the museum programme.
Permanent exhibition Gutenberg Revisited
Permanent exhibition ean Dieudonné
Temporary exhibition Neckel Scholtus meets Gutenberg
10h45: Gutenberg & Dieudonné for kids
Presentation of the new booklet for children that will accompany the Gutenberg and Dieudonné exhibitions. Children of the first 10 families will receive a free copy.
11h00: Guided tour for children from 6 to 12 years old (NEW)
14h30: Free guided tour Dieudonné
16h00 : Free guided tour Gutenberg Revisited
Including a demonstration of the exciting printing process on the original Heidelberg platen press
10h30 - 11h30: Familiy Print - Letter Salad
Small printing workshop on the proof press.
From 6 to 99 years old: young and grown alike can try their hand at the art of printing on the historic printing presses of the Kulturhuef Museum.
11h30 - 12h30 : Familiy Print - T-shirt and bag printing
Personalise your T-shirt* with a print on the historical toggle press or print one of the museum's paper bags.
From 10 to 99 years old: young and grown alike can try their hand at the art of printing on the historic printing presses of the Kulturhuef Museum.
*The T-shirt must be brought by the visitor and washed at least once
14h30: Meet the Artist - guided tour
Meet the artist Neckel Scholtus and let her guide you personally through the exhibition Neckel Scholtus meets Gutenberg
15h00: Meet the Artist - Printing objects
Experiment with Neckel Scholtus on the historical toggle press - bring your own objects (attention: please bring flat objects, max. 18x25 cm and max. 2 mm thick)