Museums Management Mannheim GmbH
The Museums Management Mannheim GmbH (MMM), a one hundred percent subsidiary of the Curt Engelhorn Foundation, was established on October 11, 2012 to provide services for the development, implementation and marketing of national and international exhibitions and events. Its work specifically entails the follow-up marketing and remarketing of exhibitions, the development and marketing of novel forms of presentation and events, the development and implementation of advertising concepts, merchandising, and the promotion and development of sponsoring concepts. It additionally uses advanced 3D scanners and printers to provide museum-related and scholarly services.
The MMM provides a variety of options for the use of 3D scanners and printers, e.g. a mobile scanner for use on archaeological digs. It scans and prints finds in true color and shape. A stationary printer handles dimensions of approximately 60 x 50 x 80 cm. Larger objects are replicated with partners. The Hessische Landesmuseum in Darmstadt, the Naturkundemuseum in Kassel, the Stadtmuseum Bielefeld, the Römermuseum Güglingen, Kloster Ansbach, the Historische Museum der Pfalz in Speyer, and many other museums are already making use of the equipment and expertise of the 3D laboratory in Mannheim.
Selection of current projects:
- Mummies: The Dream of Eternal Life
- Shamans: Siberia’s Hunters and Healer
- Skull Cult: Heads and Skulls in the Cultural History of Humanity”
- several photography shows