Organised in partnership with the BPS22, Thuin's actual art trail reflects the city and its cultural heritage.
This outdoor museum is free and accessible at all times. The pieces are designed throughout the city, its hanging gardens and woodlands at the edge of Thuin.
The artists selected created specific designs for iconic locations: the belfry, remparts, Grand Bon Dieu forest, Quartier des bateliers..,
These varied interventions, some quite monumental, offer an emotional interpretation of presence and disappearance, public and private, tradition and folklore, memory, games and childhood.
Olivier Cornil (BE)- John Cornu (FR)- Jérôme Considérant (BE)- Sara Conti (BE) - Michael Dans (BE)– Daniel Fauville (BE)– Djos Janssens (BE)– Olivier Kosta-Thefaine (FR)- Christine Mawet (BE) - Xavier Rijs(BE) - Jonathan Sullam (BE)- Christophe Terlinden (BE) - Stephan Vee (BE)- Sophie Langohr (BE)
Make sure to visit the The belfry of Thuin, listed by UNESCO (UNESCO), Landscape lovers will fall in love with Thuin's hanging gardens and The Vicinal Historic Tramway Discovery Centre in Lobbes-Thuin along the trail