- 05 Jul 23
The magazine promises to provide a yEWthful perspective of all things modern Irish culture, with exciting visuals and a range of talents and topics featuring in the print edition.
Ireland's newest culture news hub yEWth Magazine will be launching the print of their first volume at a special event in Dublin venue Dashi next Thursday.
The event is a collaboration with exciting new events group DONTSAYDAMN, who are marking their first anniversary of operation. DONTSAYDAMN have promised an exciting night in Dashi, Smithfield's newest basement cocktail bar & venue. The special night will feature open deck DJs, and limited-edition merchandise.
Making the announcement on social media, yEWth Magazine have promised that the upcoming 140-page printed volume is "only the beginning".
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Rebecca Ewnetu, creator of yEWth Magazine, has a clear vision for her project, which will surely be a visually innovative new publication. The visionary has cemented yEWth Magazine's strong and unique social media presence, with photography across the magazine's Instagram account blending her interests of art and fashion to create eye-catching aesthetics.
The Magazine has been in the works since 2022, and the exciting new project promises to represent the future of young Dublin’s creative space and all things youthful. In a previous interview, Ewnetu revealed that the magazine is intended to counter growing anti-immigrant and racist views in Ireland.
"yEWth is representative of all Irish youth," Ewnetu told the University Observer. "It shows people you can be black and Irish, Asian and Irish, Slavic and Irish and so on. It's a simple message and it shouldn't even have to be reiterated in this day and age but unfortunately we're living in some pretty shambolic times. I want people to open up their minds and reconsider what it means to be Irish.”
The upcoming launch night for the magazine will feature a range of homegrown DJ talents, including 10000XL, JENTEN and Murchadh.
Tickets for the event taking place Thursday 13th July are sold out, the waitlist can be found here.