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International Shipmodelling Days in Hamburg

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The second International Shipmodelling Days in Hamburg:
18th-20th September 2020

The inscription period for Modelling Clubs and Modelmakers to the Shipmodelling Days 2020 will end on November the 30th 2019.

Internationale Schiffsmodellbautage Hamburg Shipmodelling Days Maritimes Museum Helgoland Diorama
Heligoland 1890, a diorama in a scale of 1:1250 on deck 9.

The International Shipmodelling Days in Hamburg

The International Maritime Museum Hamburg is organising the “II International Shipmodelling Days in Hamburg between November the 18th and the 20th of 2020. Ship model makers and modelling clubs in all disciplines – from historical wooden ships to RC-models, from cardboard models to collectible miniatures in a scale of 1:1250 – are welcome to display their works in the event. This meeting is a great oportunity to show your creations to a wider audience and expand your network in the modelling scene.

During the first Shipmodelling Days in September 2018, over 45 modelling clubs and model makers from all over Europe displayed their first-class models at the Museum. Over 800 models built in all inmaginable materials and all possible scales were presented in the entrace hall and over four exhibihtion “decks”. The response of the audience went beyond our most optimistic expectations. Many of the model told us they had wish for a longer event. That’s why we have decided to make the show a 3-days event in 2020.

The International Shipmodelling Days in Hamburg 2020 will again take place over several “decks” (floors) od the museum. The museum is housed in the Kaispeicher B, the oldest still-standing warehouse of the Port of Hamburg. It is placed between the UNESCO heritage site Speicerstadt (wharehouse district) and the spectacular HafenCity, at the heart of Hamburg. The museums displays the collection of Prof. Peter Tamm, which is the largest of her kind worldwide. Among other exhibits there are thousands of ship models. The museum offers a unique frame for a shipmodelling show.

The inscription for 2020

The inscriptions are open to all model makers and modelling clubs that build ships. There are no limitations regarding the working materials or the scale of the models. The only requirement is the high quality of the models. Participants should send their applications via e-mail to d.moran@imm-hamburg.de until November the 30th 2019. Please, use that e-mail address exclusively. Inscriptions send to other addresses can’t be accepted. The inscription should include the name of the model maker or modelling club, a description of the models that should be displayed and the space needed for the display. The museum will offer tables in following sizes: 220×80 cm and 180×80 cm. Please send 2 or 3 representative pictures of the models that are to be displayed with your inscription. The museum will doit’s best to offer every model maker and modelling club the ammount of space they need for their display.

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Downloadable free paper model

For the occasion of the International Shipmodelling Days in Hamburg, the International Maritime Museum Hamburg has joined forces with the regional newspaper Hamburger Abendblatt and the cardboard modelling editorial HMV to publish modelling sheets for the construction of a fishing cutter. This little beauty can be picked up for free at the Museum or downloaded from our Website. Happy modelling!

Cardboard model sheet Download

Contact:
Damián Morán Dauchez
Internationales Maritimes Museum Hamburg
d.moran@imm-hamburg.de