photo du projet 'les métamorphes'


The teenagers of the Orangerie3 take part in a project that gives them the opportunity to express their feelings, emotions and experiences through visual art and dance, in order to create an artistic video in which the participants are the main characters. Summer@CHNP is made up of several projects: 'Les Métamorphes', 'Jus d'Orange' and 'Rap@CHNP'.


  • Disadvantaged people
  • People with a medical condition

Time period

2019 - 2023


Centre Hospitalier Neuro-Psychiatrique (Ettelbruck)

Supported by

Oeuvre Nationale de Secours Grande-Duchesse Charlotte, André Losch Fondation.

Les Métamorphes


During the workshops, these young people will created masks, costumes and characters that represented them. There were no limits to the creation of their own universe.

The impact of creating a musical object helps to rebuild self-esteem through the achievement of a concrete project. It helps to boost self-confidence and shows people as human beings before people with mental health issues. In this way, musical practice becomes a place for socialisation that can be a laboratory for experimenting with psychological therapy.

Jus d'Orange


The young patients in juvenile psychiatry of the CHNP had the opportunity to write a rap text, accompanied by the rapper Forsan, but also to create a choreography around their song and music thanks to the dancer Marc Folschette, and to shoot a video of it.

In this project from the Fondation EME, music participated to fight against one's own isolation.

The video got published on our platform during the mental health week.

Jus d'Orange (La vraie vie)

Clip vidéo du projet vidéo Jus d'Orange (la vraie vie).

Les participants apparaissent tour à tour avec de la peinture fluorescente sur le visage.



For two weeks, the 12 teenagers living at the CHNP benefited from a training where they learned hip-hop. The youngsters were able to write their own texts and present them at the end.

The objective of this training was to give them a new self-esteem and a way to communicate their fears, dreams and problems.

Supported by

Logotype Oeuvre Nationale de Secours Grande-Duchesse Charlotte
André Losch Foundation logo