Landschaft am Wandel: eng geopoetesch Vue op de Minett
Robert Weis and Sebastian Thiltges will discuss the development of the Minett's landscapes from a literary perspective.
Erwin Olaf in Deutschland: Unheimlich Schön
The director of the Kunsthalle Munich, Dr. Roger Diederen, talks about the reception of Erwin Olaf's work in Germany.
Guides for school workshops
The National Museum of History and Art is looking for an addition to its teaching team.
Héichten an Déiften: den Edward Steichen a säi Wierk zu Lëtzebuerg
In this lecture Michel Polfer talks about the history and importance of Steichen's legacy to his native country.
The making of Inspired by Steichen
Get a glimpse of how our Inspired by Steichen show came together in this talk by the exhibition's curator Ruud Priem, now available online!
André Thyes works in the public domain
Discover works by André Thyes (1867-1952) in our collection: 70 years after his death, they are now available to browse online on our collections platform.
Empreinte: new works on display
Discover the works of three artist-engravers at the entrance of the MNHA: Sybille Feidt, Danielle Grosbusch and Marie-Pierre Speltz.
Digital and free
The e-book "Mosaik - Marmor - Musen" by Rainier Fischer documents and illuminates the excavation, recovery and restoration of the Roman villa in Vichten.
Plan your Sunday architectural walks
The 2023 programme of "Sunday Architectural Walks" run by Dr. Robert L. Philippart is now online.
The first MUSEOMAG of the year is online!
We're marking the start of 2023 with a new edition of our quarterly magazine.
Artist estates and their future. Opportunities and challenges.
20 January at 6.30 pm at the Cercle Cité with, among others, Fränk and David Michels, Jamie Armstrong, Marlene Kreins, Dr. Andreas Bayer.
Ruud Priem in conversation with Erwin Olaf and Hans Op de Beeck
Hans Op de Beeck and Erwin Olaf share their thoughts on individual works and their artistic collaboration at the MNHA.
Nei freelance Guide gesicht!
De Nationalmusée sicht nei Guide fir Schoulateliers um de Site vum neolitheschen Haus zu Lorenzweiler ze leeden
Towards reparations for colonialism?
Specialised in the history of international law, Michel Erpelding examines the issue of reparations for colonialism.
Lëtzebuerg: e koloniale Staat?
Kéint Lëtzebuerg eent vun de wéinege Länner an Europa sinn, dat keng kolonial Vergaangenheet hätt?
This colony which belongs to us a little
Régis Moes explores certain aspects of Luxembourg's colonial past, such as the country's presence around the world during the colonial era.
Thirteen years of Portuguese colonial war in Africa
Historian Irene Flunser Pimentel looks back at this troubled period and its historiographical advances.
A permalink and a unique QR Code
Beside its Youtube channel entitled "Learning by viewing", the MNHA created a permalink and a unique QR Code in order to follow the recording of our lectures.
Empreinte: new works on display
Discover the works of three artist-engravers at the entrance of the MNHA: Pablo Quert, Asta Kulikauskaite Krivickiene and Chantal Hardy.
Find us on Youtube
Following the sudden "lockdown" imposed in march 2020 in order to curb the Covid19 health crisis, the MNHA has adapted by developing educational online content.
REPLAY vun eiser Diskussiounsronn
"Fräischaffend Kënschtler zu Lëtzebuerg. Wat huet dat fréier geheescht a wat heescht dat haut?"
Luxembourg for kids and Discovery tour
Two discovery booklets for children of 6 years and up who want to visit and explore the museum together with their family.