Display and meet the modeller

The Virtual Display Room and Meet the Modeller is your opportunity to participate in the meet!

The display will be open throughout the meet and you are invited to send in photos and information about any project or modelling activity you want to show to the community. Email photographs of your project to the Display Coordinator along with the information in the model entry form. model entry form Your photos will be incorporated into the display and meet the modeller*
In addition, we are hosting a virtual Meet the Modeller session, but with a couple of new twists.
One of the features of an in person meet is the ability to drop into the display hall from time to time and have a look at models and have a chat with other modellers. We wanted to capture a little more of that feeling this year, rather than reviewing all of the models during a single marathon session.
With the new format, we are setting aside the last 30 minutes of each Thursday evening event for this purpose. This allows us a minimum of 2 hours spread throughout the meet, with the option of running a little longer if necessary. The first "Meet the Modeller” session will start at approximately 8:45 pm on May 6th, (and on each subsequent Thursday through to the end of meet).
In addition, we will try to group models to some degree or other in relation to the clinics and other content presented each evening.
We'd love to hear what you have to say about your projects.
*Finally, we have elected to make participation in meet the modeller optional. If it's just "not your thing", feel free to submit your models to the Display, but tick the “Will not participate in meet the modeller” box on the model entry form.
Contact the Meet the Modeller coordinator  Click Here

During the Zoom meeting, we want to ensure a good experience for everyone. We ask two things during the meeting:
  1. find a quiet space, where other people or noises will not interrupt or be heard by the rest of us, and
  2. place your computer onto a safe, stable surface (like a table or desk, not on your lap). That will ensure you don’t look like a boxer, bobbing and weaving in and out of view while we are chatting.