The Lëtzebuerg City Museum is pleased to invite you to its Digital Day "When culture meets technology", which will take place at the Lëtzebuerg City Museum on Thursday 25 April 2019 from 13:30 to 18:00The perfect occasion to get inspired by people from both the cultural and the tech sectors!


13:30 > 14:00 Registration

Collect your badge at the entrance of the museum

14:00 > 15:30 Pitches and presentations with the following participants:

Martin Uhrmacher, Ass. Prof. Institue for History (University of Luxembourg)

First digital historical atlas of the city of Luxembourg

Christopher Morse, PhD student (University of Luxembourg)

PhD project: The development of interactive museum experiences using digital collections

Luxinnovation: Creative & ICT Cluster Members

- SeeMore (CREA/ICT)
- EduTec (CREA)
- EducDesign (ICT)

Luxembourg Institue of Science and Technology (LIST)

Project “CrossCult” Empowering reuse of digital cultural heritage in context-aware crosscuts of European history

Kniwwelino the first micro-controller development platform entirely designed in Luxembourg for primary school children.

Micro Movie

Mobile applications for museums

Urban Time Travel

VR city tour: Luxembourg in the 19th century

Pit Vinandy

VR/Gaming: Luxembourg in 1867

Interdisciplinary Centre for Security Reliabity and Trust (SnT)

"Serena": a service robot for the Lëtzebuerg City Museum


3D avatar of a 17th century painting

16:00 > 17:30 Highlights of the day

  • 16:00 > 16:30 (In English)

    Wouter van der Horst, Educator Digital Learning (Rijksmuseum Amsterdam)

    How to successfully transfer educational museum missions to digital products in order to reach young audiences; focus on the award winning educational app SnapGuide and newly launched YouTube channels.

  • 16:30 > 17:00 (Auf Deutsch)

    Dr. Chantal Eschenfelder, Head of Education and Digital Collection (Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main)

    The digital extension of the Städel Museum: Insights into the processes of change in internal structures associated with the implementation of digital projects; experiences with external partners and the reactions of users.

17:00 > 17:40 Round table discussion (Op Lëtzebuergesch)

"Challenges of the digital: museums, collections & exhibitions"


  • Paul Braun, Digital curator (Musée national d'histoire naturelle)

  • Yves Conrardy, Sociocultural programme and events (Rotondes)

  • Anne Hoffmann, Digital development (Les 2 Musées de la Ville de Luxembourg)

  • Alessandra Luciano, Digital curator (CNA Luxembourg)

  • Kevin Muhlen, Director (Casino Luxembourg)

  • Gilles Zeimet, Digital curator (Musée national d'histoire et d'art) 


  • Jessica Koeune (Les 2 Musées de la Ville de Luxembourg)

  • Kyra Thielen (Les 2 Musées de la Ville de Luxembourg)

18:00 Official launch of the new Museum App "The Luxembourg Story"

18:15 Reception