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General press enquiries


T +49 471 482 07 832

presse@dsm.museum

Head of Communications


Thomas Joppig

Head of Communications

T +49 471 482 07 832 

M +49 171 950 71 24

joppig@dsm.museum

Social Media Management


Mareike Heger

Social Media Manager and Graphic Designer

T +49 471 482 07 107

heger@dsm.museum

Content Management


Annica Müllenberg

Content Management

T +49 471 482 07 106

a.muellenberg@dsm.museum

Events


Elke Kreowski

Event Management

T +49 471 482 07 61 

M +49 160 90 67 13 29

kreowski@dsm.museum 

Scientific volunteer exhibition and communication


Karolin Leitermann

Scientific volunteer exhibition and communication

T +49 471 482 07 108

M +49 160 90 67 13 29

leitermann@dsm.museum 

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Press releases

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21.01.2021

Result for 2020: DSM records increase in visitors between lockdowns

Despite the renovation phase and the Corona crisis, the DSM was able to maintain its visitor numbers at an upper five-figure level last year. weiterlesen

06.01.2021

DSM investigates colonial history of museum objects

In its role as a research museum, the DSM asks about the origin of its own exhibits. When it comes to objects from the imperial period, their origin is often unclear. weiterlesen

21.12.2020

New digital offering from the DSM: A research journey via radio play

The new radio play "Research at Sea" reveals everything that happens on board a research ship, why the captain and the ship's command don't always agree, and what really helps again seasickness. weiterlesen

11.12.2020

Excellent equal opportunities

For the fourth time in a row, the DSM has been awarded the TOTAL E-QUALITY award, which stands for a sustainable commitment to equal opportunities for women and men. weiterlesen

17.11.2020

Special exhibition "MAPS KNOWLEDGE SEA - Globalization from the water" opens digitally

weiterlesen

23.10.2020

Virtual start of the new research project on the Hanse

What goods were traded by the inhabitants of the Orkney and Shetland Islands during the early modern period? What role did merchants from the Hanseatic cities of Bremen and Hamburg play? weiterlesen

20.10.2020

Exhibition KOGGE meets PLAYMOBIL ends after great success next Sunday

Until Sunday, October 25, interested parties have the opportunity to see the exhibition. weiterlesen

16.10.2020

Virtual start of the new research project on the Hanse

What goods were traded by the inhabitants of the Orkney and Shetland Islands during the early modern period? What role did merchants from the Hanseatic cities of Bremen and Hamburg play? weiterlesen

09.10.2020

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30.09.2020

FRAME lighting installation celebrates its premiere

Shortly before the 30th anniversary of German reunification, the permanent lighting installation FRAME at the Bangert Building of the German Maritime Museum goes into operation. weiterlesen

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