Category Archives: Sammy Merry

MA Degree Show 2012

Sammy Merry has posted us information about the MA  Degree show 2012 at Norwich University College of the Arts which takes place between 31st August and 4th September. Get on down there to see some fantastic art and have a great time all round. See details below and check out Sammy’s website.

MA Degree Show 2012

Friday 31 August – Tuesday 4 September

Exhibition open to the public 10am – 4pm. Closed Sunday. Admission free.

Norwich University College of the Arts, The Gallery and St Georges Building, St Georges Street, Norwich, NR3 1BB

St. Gregory’s Exhibition Opening Night

Thank you to everyone involved in making our opening night at St. Gregory’s such a success! The night went brilliantly with amazing artwork from everyone who exhibited and fantastic live music and stalls organised by Aviva Pride and Norwich Pride.

Everyone had an amazing time. Here are a few pics of the event. If you haven’t already been down there, fear not as the exhibition will be running between 12-6pm everyday until Saturday.

The Unthank Arms Exhibition

The Exhibition at The Unthank Arms in Norwich is now over. A big thanks to everyone who came by, to all the artists who exhibited with us and of course to The Unthank Arms for allowing us to use the space and being so accommodating.

We will be aiming to start exhibiting again after Christmas so watch this space for more details about upcoming exhibitions.

In the meantime here are a selection of pics from the event.



EPIC Exhibition

Here are a few photos of EPIC after we hung everyones work. Sorry about the bad lighting but it gives you an idea of what we did with the space. Keep watching for more information.

Sammy Merry

Sammy Merry sent us some work. Check them out below and take a look at Sammy’s website in the Artist’s Websites category.

Sammy writes:

“I am a UK based artist and designer. I am currently doing an MA in Fine Art and working on a number of art related projects. My work uses traditional and digital printing methods and explores the manipulation of everyday data, the banality of internet culture and modern societies obsession with nostalgia and sentiment. (With a nod towards pop music, the mysteries of Eastern Europe and Lincoln City Football Club).”