Author Archives: Emily Merrick

After a six month exchange jaunt in Århus in 2011, I’ve made my way back on the arm of a gentleman and in the pursuit of hygge. In this city I fill my days riding around on a rusty bicycle, observing the seasons change and drinking an obscene amount of coffee.
I enjoy taking photos, writing shy poems and telling lies to drunk men in bars. This blog is where I share our adventures and shenanigans as we drink, dance, eat and cycle through the streets Århus.

Mejlgade for Mangfoldighed 2013

If you are in Aarhus on Saturday there’s only one street you should be on: Mejlgade. The city’s annual festival [...]

Sunny days in the dark room at Godsbanen

If you glance down the right corridor in the beast that is Godsbanen, you may happen upon heavy double doors [...]

Early spring at Brabrand sø.

Photo credits: Emily Kate Merrick.

Lab : Land.

Don’t worry if you feel awkward when you walk into Lab : Land…you’re supposed to. This experimental installation has taken over [...]

Learning danish with dansk pop

We all know that Danish can be a tricky language for non-Scandinavians to deal with. For those of us who aren’t [...]

A ViEW ON dANISH ART

Emily Merrick

After a six month exchange jaunt in Århus in 2011, I've made my way back on the arm of a gentleman and in the pursuit of hygge. In this city I fill my days riding around on a rusty bicycle, observing the seasons change and drinking an obscene amount of coffee. I enjoy taking photos, writing shy poems and telling lies to drunk men in bars. This blog is where I share our adventures and shenanigans as we drink, dance, eat and cycle through the streets Århus.