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© Photo : Isaora Sanna

Opening: 09.06.2018
(within the framework of the Mudamini Opening, only for Mudamini members)
Les week-ends : 15.07-09.09.2018
(open to all, from 6 years)

This summer, within the framework of the exhibition No Man’s Land, Mudam invites designer Giacomo Piovan (Socialmatter) for an educational programme around the theme of water. Water Hackers is a citizen science initiative initiated in Luxembourg from a small group of scientists designers and educators. The goal of this project is to allow citizens to collect, analyse and filter water in the urban environment. Thanks to a series of tools, everyone will be able to have a better knowledge about water in all its forms and about its hidden secrets.

Water Hackers Family Days
Join us on Weekends and learn how to collect, analyze and filter water! Bring your own water from a river, a pond or even your tap, and analise its quality through self-made bucket collectors and filters.

Free of charge, no booking required.
Workshop for families (adults, young people and children accompanied by an adult)

Water Diary Mudam GO!
With its series of activities and experiments, the Water Diary Mudam Go! helps you to learn more about water quality and gives you instructions for your DIY analysis kit!

Available for free every weekend next to the Water Hackers Mobile Lab located in the Park next to the Mudam!
For Families and accompanied children from 6 years.

Water Hackers Mobile Lab
The Water Hackers team will be supported by a Mobile Lab displaying water samples from different sources and locations. In this installation visitors can have an interactive introduction of the project.


Activities for Mudamini members from 6 to 12 years old

Entrance to Mudam is free < 21 years

t + 352 45 37 85  531
Become a member!


The Art Freak programme is for teenagers from 13 years of age.

Fee: 8€ / workshop, if not indicated otherwise.
No previous experience needed. Materials available on site.

Booking required
t +352 45 37 85 531 

The project is implemented with the support of The Loo & Lou Foundation, under the aegis of Fondation de Luxembourg 


Workshop (13+)
Workshop (13+)