CENTRE NATIONAL

DE LA CULTURE INDUSTRIELLE

MinettREMIX

© Industriekultur-CNCI

Halle des Soufflantes à Esch-Belval

© Tobias Mandt

Visite de l’ancienne usine de Dommeldange

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ABOUT US

Industriekultur-CNCI (National Centre for Industrial Culture) is a non-profit organisation, established in 2019. Our main goals are to:

  • Form a collaborative network that brings together key players involved in industrial heritage in Luxembourg, as well as those enthusiastic about industrial culture;
  • Develop and support creative re-use initiatives for endangered industrial heritage sites and buildings;
  • Raise awareness of industrial culture and heritage and all its components by organising diverse campaigns, projects, and activities.
OUR ASSOCIATION IS GENEROUSLY SUPPORTED BY OUR MEMBERS AND BENEFITS FROM FUNDING FROM:
OUR VISION

Our vision is to become a key place of reference for industrial culture in Luxembourg, a national de-centralised institution, and a collaborative network.

OUR STORY
2004
An initial concept for a Centre national de la culture industrielle (CNCI) is presented to the public.
2009
A bill for the CNCI is submitted to the Luxembourg Council of State and approved without formal opposition.
2010
The set-up of the CNCI is postponed due to the financial situation.
2017
A working group called Eise'Stol is established in the frame of getting the Minett (south) region of Luxembourg recognised with the UNESCO Man and the Biosphere label.
2018 - 2019
A series of 5 conferences, entitled HallzWeNeed, are organised and focused on industrial culture.
2019
The working group Eise'Stol is transformed into the non-profit Industriekultur-CNCl and the CNCI concept is updated.
2020
An official agreement between the Ministry of Culture and the non-profit Industriekultur-CNCI is signed and the updated concept for the CNCI is presented.