For Love of the Individual Creativity: A Remix of Self expressions Vernissage at 18.00, October 12th University of Luxembourg, Belval Campus, MSA, First Floor.
The exhibition will feature 24 art pieces, included paintings, drawings, photography, poems, collage, embroidery, music, fairy tale, illustration which were all made by the students in the Master Program in Learning and Communication in Multilingual and Multicultural Contexts. It is curated by Sisi Yin-Clees and supported by the Master, Espace Cultures (UL) and St’ART Promotion which is a student project aims to provide art exhibition possibilities for students and university staffs.
*Concept The first exhibition of the project St'ART Promotion is contributed by 15 talented creators from the Master Program in Learning and Communication in Multilingual and Multicultural Contexts. Every piece of work shown in this exhibition is not specially created for a given topic for this collective exhibition, but rather made with a unique and personal circumstance through daily life, it is presented in ways that act its meaning of the discovery of the beauty of life. This amazing fact is the reason to make all these works incredibly harmonize with the others as a whole, by representing precious moments of daily lives and the natural beauty of the individual creativity, it supports the idea of the ubiquitous individual creativity as a collective representation.
*Interested in one of the artworks? There is a possibility to purchase the works by offering a price; the sum will be donated to Hariko Project, which offers free creative art workshops (graffiti, drawing, dancing, music, theater, etc.) to young people aged 12 to 26. It located in an old building in Bonnevoie, Luxembourg City. It is also a place to meet and exchange ideas with young people from different cultures. The project is operated by the Luxembourg Red Cross and funded by the Oeuvre Nationale de Secours Grande-Duchesse Charlotte.
*Interested to exhibit your creations? St’ART Promotion is an art exhibition project devised for the University of Luxembourg which aims to provide opportunities for university students and staff alike to show and express their creative works in a public space. By expanding as well as simplifying the definition of “art" related to individual's natural creativity, either with or without professional art-related training, St'ART Promotion offers another dimension to let audiences discover the creativity of other individuals, particularly in the academic context, the students and staff of the University of Luxembourg. The project welcomes and recruits all variations of self-expression which represent and which can be identified with an individual's life experiences and stories. The artwork formats include, but are not limited to, drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, poetry, handcraft, literary works, such as fairy tales and novels, film production, knitting and a wealth of additional creative works. By organizing the collective exhibition in order to encourage the diverse creative and artistic practices among the university’s academic environment, the St’ART Promotion project will coordinate with other art projects that share the same goal of promoting individual creativity; the long-term vision being the creation of a cross-border exhibition exchange.