Pope Francis Summons Bishops for Global Abuse Prevention Summit

first_imgShare5TweetShareEmail5 SharesSeptember 12, 2018; Star TribunePope Francis called for the presidents of the Catholic bishops conferences to gather at the Vatican in February 2019 to discuss the prevention of abuse of minors and vulnerable adults. There are 114 Conferences of Bishops and 21 eastern-rite Patriarchal Synods, Councils of Churches, and Assemblies of Ordinaries. The announcement followed a three-day session of Pope Francis’ Council of Cardinal Advisors (known as the “C9”).The Star Tribune reports that victims’ advocates regard this extraordinary announcement as mere “damage control” following the pope’s poor handling of the Chilean church sex abuse scandal and much else.“There’s absolutely no reason to think any good will come of such a meeting,” given the church’s decades of failure to reform, David Clohessy, former director of the victims’ advocacy group SNAP, said.“Criminal prosecutions, governmental investigations and journalistic exposes—stemming from brave victims and church whistleblowers—are the best way to protect kids, expose wrongdoers and end cover-ups,” Clohessy said.There are other reasons to be concerned. In a homily given to bishops on Tuesday, Pope Francis said the “Great Accuser” (Satan) is attacking the bishops of the Catholic Church “to create scandal” and divide the faithful. The bishops are not the victims in this scenario. The victims of appalling abuse, their families, and attorneys general are accusing the church of a massive cover-up by the church hierarchy.The Vatican gave no clear indication of what it hopes to achieve at the February summit. The Vatican already asked bishops’ conferences in 2011 to draw up guidelines for dealing with abuse.By February 2019, it is very likely the world will have further redefined the scandal of the church in much greater detail.The past of the Catholic Church is being dug up in other countries. German media reported Wednesday that a church-commissioned study detailed 3,677 abuse cases between 1946 and 2014. Every sixth case involved rape, more than half of the victims were 13 years old or younger, and at least 1,670 clergy were involved, Spiegel Online and Die Zeit said. The news outlets said the report was due to be released September 25th and they obtained it in advance.Bishops’ conferences are not law enforcement bodies. The real decision-makers, such as Cardinals and high-ranking Vatican officials, do not appear to be attending this synod of bishops. Also currently absent from February’s upcoming synod are the silenced victims and other lay people with far greater knowledge of the church’s failures and crimes.The Council of Cardinals that called for the bishops’ conference includes at least these three members presently being securitized: Cardinal Francisco Errázuriz Ossa, Cardinal George Pell, and Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga.The Vatican is being forced to treat sex abuse and its cover-up as a global crisis, and not merely the failure of a particular country or culture. However, waiting until February to assemble some 100 bishops to discuss the problem over several days is not likely to achieve justice for victims or reform for the church. The authorities are not waiting, and their findings and actions may very well force reform in the name of justice.—Jim SchafferShare5TweetShareEmail5 Shareslast_img read more

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BSkyBs overthetop movie service Now TV is now a

first_imgBSkyB’s over-the-top movie service Now TV is now available on the Microsoft Xbox games console platform. Registered Now TV customers will be able to access the service via the Xbox at no extra cost, allowing them to stream movies to their TV screens. Now TV customers are allowed to register up to two devices through which they can access the service.The Xbox version of the service will allow users to view movies at 720i resolution and access all 11 Sky Movies live channels if they take up the Sky Movies Pass option. Xbox users will be able to find the App on the homepage for instant access to the service. Kinect for Xbox 360 owners will also be able to navigate using voice and gesture controls.Now TV has already launched on PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, some Android smartphones and on the YouView connected TV platform. Sky said it was also developing versions for the Sony PlayStation 3 and Roku streaming player platforms.The service currently offers a Sky Movies pass option, giving access to over 600 titles for £15 (€19) after a 30-day free trial, and ‘pay and play’ access to over 1,000 movies through the Sky Store, with prices ranging from £0.99 for library titles to £3.49 for new releases. Sky has said it will add sports content including Premier League football, the UEFA Champions League, England Test cricket, Heineken Cup rugby, ATP tennis and the golf Masters from Augusta by the end of the year, with shows from Sky 1, Sky Atlantic, Sky Arts and Sky Living to follow.last_img read more

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Cable operator UPC Czech Republic is increasing th

first_imgCable operator UPC Czech Republic is increasing the speed of its internet services from next month.New and existing customers will be able to surf the web at speeds of up to 240Mbps without a data limit from September.UPC said its customers in the Czech Republic consumed an average of 36GB a month of internet traffic in the first half of this year, up 18% year-on-year.last_img

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Technology including videoondemand and digital v

first_imgTechnology including video-on-demand and digital video recording has helped change the shape and improve the quality of scripted drama on TV and allowed TV to partly supplant cinema as the home of truly original content, according to Josh Sapan, president and CEO, AMC Networks, delivering the opening keynote at Cable Congress this morning.“What’s on cable is recognised as stronger than what is frequently broadcast, at least in the US,” said Sapan.Sapan said TV remains key to the appeal of cable. “People have the strongest emotional connection to the bill they pay…when they’re talking about TV,” he said.Sapan said advances in technology had given birth to the new form of scripted drama found on his channels. He said the ability to view content on demand and the DVR had enabled viewers to relate to this type of drama.Sapan said that the growth of digital recording following the launch of TiVo, and video on demand, had changed modes of consumption. “This is particularly true with regard to scripted drama, especially in the US. Drama used to be sort of bland and easy to view so that if you were watching in the kitchen you could sort of follow along. But when these advances occurred, it allows these series to become more nuanced, with deeper and more immersive characters. This technology created a different mindset,” he said.Sapan said that technology had enabled a “cinema mindset” to move to TV viewing. “When people sit down with a DVR, they sit down with their own schedule,” he said. “The TV has replaced the allowance for focus that used to be with the movies,” he said. “Cinephiles are being replaced with what you might call telephiles.”Sapan said that critics and journalists were now more often writing about television that about cinema.Consumption patterns are continuing to change, said Sapan, with ‘binge viewing’ growing, especially among younger groups, and this would also lead content to evolve.While this was associated with SVoD services, Sapan said cable could benefit as windows evolved to allow more flexible distribution.“We think content does offer something of an untapped opportunity to contribute to a triple or quad-play,” said Sapan.Commenting on his company’s acquisition of Chellomedia, Sapan said that AMC was now sending its content to a wider range of channels around the world.last_img read more

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Liberty Globalowned cable operator UPC Poland has

first_imgLiberty Global-owned cable operator UPC Poland has extended its public WiFi network rollout to Krakow.UPC Poland previously launched public WiFi in the Baltic Sea resort of Sopot. The operator has rolled out a WiFi hotspot network based on the partitioning of residential WiFi routers.The network is free to all UPC subscribers who have signed up for broadband at 30Mbps or above.last_img

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Vintage TV the UK freetoair channel targeted at

first_imgVintage TV, the UK free-to-air channel targeted at older viewers, has launched on the Freeview platform.Vintage TV is now available via Arqivia’s HD multiplexes, which cover about 76% of UK homes, in standard definition. The channel will be available to viewers with Freeview HD, Freeview Play and Youview set-top boxes.Vintage TV, which reaches about eight million monthly viewers in the UK, is also available on the Sky, Virgin Media and Youview platforms.Mike Finchen, director of digital-terrestrial television at Arqiva, said: “Having worked with Vintage TV for a number of years it’s great to be expanding the channel’s footprint on the Freeview platform. This is another perfect example of how Freeview allows broadcasters to reach their audiences and we’re pleased to be helping Vintage TV, and channels like it, deliver of a diverse range of content to UK homes. By increasing its reach, Vintage TV will potentially be able to air its content to a broader set of viewers than ever before.”David Pick, founder and CEO of Vintage TV, said: “At Vintage TV, we have identified and successfully filled an obvious and substantial gap in the market, recognising that good music lasts forever and emanates from every generation. We’re especially delighted to be bringing our channel into more homes in the UK through Freeview, while we continue to seek additional ways of delivering our ever-growing library to music lovers here and around the globe.”last_img read more

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Dom Smith UKbased digital content business Barcro

first_imgDom SmithUK-based digital content business Barcroft Media has hired execs from News UK and Bloomberg for new senior editorial and commercial posts.Dom Smith, a former FHM Australia editor and FHM managing editor, has become head of editorial and will oversee the flow of content to the Barcroft video business, which has one of the UK’s largest YouTube channels. Charley Sutton has been promoted to deputy head of editorial.On the commercial side, former UKTV, Yahoo and BBC Worldwide exec Victoria Catton has been named head of partnerships. She joins from Bloomberg, where she was distribution manager.She will be tasked with expanding commercial opportunities at Barcroft.The appointments are the first to follow Channel 4 investing in Barcroft through its Growth Fund in June.“We’re very pleased to welcome two proven leaders in their respective fields. Maintaining and growing our editorial and commercial capabilities are key components of our expansion strategy,” said Barcroft Media CEO Sam Barcroft.“It’s exciting to welcome talent such as Dom and Victoria to the business. Their arrival enables Alex and me to focus on leading the Barcroft group of companies and on maximising the growth of our branded content arm Barcroft Plus.”last_img read more

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Bob Bakish Bob Bakish has been named permanent pre

first_imgBob BakishBob Bakish has been named permanent president and CEO of Viacom after the potential re-merger with CBS evaporated.Bakish has been acting CEO since November 15 after Tom Dooley stepped down from his interim post, and will now become full-time chief.The appointment came after Viacom confirmed media reports yesterday that revealed the merger with CBS had failed, and would be “discontinued”. The special committee formed to explore a combination has been dissolved.Bakish was previously president and CEO of Viacom International Media Networks, Viacom’s global arm and now part of Viacom Global Entertainment Group.After taking on the interim CEO role, Bakish has been working on a strategy for Viacom should it not merge with CBS. As this has now come to pass, he will look to turn the ailing Viacom’s fortunes around without the US broadcaster.News of the merger collapsing first surfaced yesterday, with reports claiming National Amusements, which owns both companies, was no longer in favour.National Amusements president and Viacom vice chairman Shari Redstone said in a statement today: “I am very excited by the strategy Viacom is pursuing under Bob’s leadership, as well as the relentless hard work and passion he has demonstrated not only in his fast start at the helm but in his many years at the company.“While there is much work to do, I firmly believe that Viacom has a bright future, and that confidence is underpinned by senior management’s commitment to innovation and a more coordinated, global approach to managing our brands.”Bakish has been with Viacom since 1997, and became international chief in 2007, when that unit was known as MTV Networks International.last_img read more

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Orange and Canal could collaborate to acquire pre

first_imgOrange and Canal+ could collaborate to acquire premium sports rights in the face of growing competition from SFR as part of a growing alignment of the pair’s interests, according to a report in French financial daily Les Echos.Citing an unnamed source, Les Echos reported that Orange and Canal+ were in discussion around how it could help Canal+ acquire premium rights, including financially.Rights to Formula 1 motor-racing and Champions League football are already in play, with rights to French domestic top-tier football up for auction in 2019. Altice and SFR have already indicated their interest in acquiring any available sports rights that could help it build its business.According to Les Echos, Orange would want to participate in Canal+ in a deeper way for any deal to make sense. One idea floated is the creation of a new company to commercialise Canal+ in France, in which Orange would be a majority shareholder. The pair could separately align their interests in Africa and Poland, where both are present.However, Les Echos points, out, there are major hurdles in the way of any deal between the groups. The French state’s interest in Orange could prevent any deal that allows the entry of Vivendi into the group’s ownership, while there could be regulatory concerns about the impact of a deal on rival fixed-line operators.The paper said that Orange CEO Stéphane Richard told employees at the end of last month that Orange was capable of acquiring Canal+ without giving a stake to Vivendi, but that it did not have this project in mind.last_img read more

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Sky Sports is to expand its service to offer 10 ch

first_imgSky Sports is to expand its service to offer 10 channels and is introducing new ways to consume the service.The revamped service will include dedicated channels for the English Premier League, football, cricket, golf and Formula 1. Two channels, Sky Sports Action and Sky Sports Arena, will offer a mix of rugby union, rugby league, boxing, netball, darts, NFL, tennis, WWE and GAA wrestling. A Sky Sports Main Event channel will include the main sporting events in one place.Two channels – Sky Sports News and Sky Sports Mix – will be available for all Sky customers.The 10-channel package will be available for £27.50 (€31.10), frozen for 12 months. Existing customers will receive the new Sky Sports package automatically and the new channels will replace the existing line-up.For the first time, Sky is providing more flexible options for customers that are interested in specific sports, although with significant discounts for those taking the full line-up. It is offering three separate sports packages, with one available for £18 a month, two for £22 and three for £26.Barney Francis, managing director of Sky Sports said: “We’re dedicating channels to some of our biggest sports, launching a new way to watch the best live action and offering even better digital products too.  Sky Sports is giving customers even more choice and channels at the same price for another 12 months, while opening up new ways for sports fans to join.  If you love Premier League, you can enjoy it for as little as 60p a day or you can have the full Sky Sports package for less than £1.”Stephen van Rooyen, Sky UK and Ireland chief executive said: “Sport has been a major part of Sky for 26 years and we’re improving our service even further, super-serving existing customers and providing flexibility to a whole new generation of sports fans. We are making sport more accessible and offering even more choice; all part of our continued investment in offering Sky customers an unrivalled service.”last_img read more

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French pay TV operator Canals international arm

first_imgFrench pay TV operator Canal+’s international arm has secured the exclusive rights to distribute coverage of Turkish top-tier football via its new A+ Sport channel for Francophone sub-Saharan Africa.The Vivendi-owned operator has secured the distribution rights to Turkish Süper Lig matches in French-speaking sub-Saharan Africa for the next three seasons. The matches will be aired on the recently-launched A+ Sport channel from August.The pay TV operator said that the agreement would strengthen the football offering of the channel which launched 10 days ago. The Süper Lig, featuring teams such as Besiktas, Fenerbahçe and Galatasaray, is popular in Africa because of its large number of players of African origin, including Atalyaspor’s Samuel Eto’o, Istambul Basaksehir’s Emmanuel Adebayor, Fenerbahçe’s Carlos Kameni and Mathieu Valbuena, Besktas’s Pepe and Galatasaray’s Bafétimbi Gomis and Younès Belhanda.A+ Sport, an offshoot of the A+ entertainment channel that Canal+ rolled out three years ago, will show a variety of local and international sport, including coverage from the Jeux de la Francophonie, the final phases of the CAF Confederations Cup, and the Basketball Champions League.last_img read more

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first_imgFrance’s Centre National du Cinéma et de l’Image Animée (CNC) has unveiled changes to the way it supports film production in the country, with producers able to access funding automatically if they accumulate a number of points granted for meeting certain criteria.CNC president Frédérique Bredin said that the system required reform in the light of changes to the way the sector worked, driven by digitization and the internationalization of production.The CNC said that the new points system would take into account factors such as the rise in importance of digital visual effects, but would also give additional credit for the extent to which a film is produced in France. Bredin said that the latter move would, alongside the implementation of new tax credits, boost production activity in France. He said the system would also place greater value on the work of writers, graphics designers and other professionals involved in the creative process. The system will also be geared towards the support of French-language production.The move follows a report compiled by Alain Sussfeld last year and a consultation with industry stakeholders including groups representing writers, producers, distributors and others.Writers copyright collection society SACD welcomed the changes – in particular the attribution of an additional point to authors in the 100-point scale used to assess projects, and additional recognition for scriptwriters.last_img read more

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Pay TV operator Canal has secured the African rig

first_imgPay TV operator Canal+ has secured the African rights to key international and French football competitions for the next few seasons in a move that bolsters its pay TV offering in the French-speaking parts of the continent.Canal+ said it had now struck deals to acquire the African rights to the UEFA Champions League for three seasons from this year, along with rights to the FIFA World Cup in Russia later this year.Canal+ also has the rights to French Ligue 1 football for the next six seasons, along with Ligue 2 rights, the Coupe de la Ligue and the Trophée des Champions. African Canal+ subscribers will also be able to view the Coupe de France de Football tournament from 2018-22.In addition to non-African football, Canal+ also has the rights to the bi-annual Africa Cup of Nations, kicking off with the 2019 tournament in Cameroon.In addition to these recent acquisitions, Canal+ en Afrique also offers coverage of other national leagues such as the English Premier League and Spain’s La Liga.“We are delighted to strengthen the international and African football offering for our subscribers, this sport being one of the most popular programmes at the heart of our bouquets,” said Jacqued du Puy, president of Canal+ Overseas.“Canal+ today is incontestably the greatest sports arena in Africa, and the totality of these acquisitions allows us to offer to our viewrs a unique quality spectacle all year long.”In Africa, Canal+ offers four Canal+ Sport channels and the recently-launched A+ Sport channel.last_img read more

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Twentyfirst Century Fox has increased its offer f

first_imgTwenty-first Century Fox has increased its offer for Sky to £24.5 billion (€27.7 billion), outbidding rival Comcast which made a £22.1 billion approach for the pay TV operator earlier this year.Fox’s increased offer of £14 for each Sky share marks a 12% premium on Comcast’s £12.50 per-share offer and is roughly 30.2% higher than the initial offer price that it tabled in late 2016.Fox’s initial £10.75 per-share offer for the 61% it doesn’t already own of Sky had valued the operator at some £18.5 billion – a premium of approximately 40% on Sky’s closing share price on December 6, 2016, the last business day before Sky received the Fox offer.The new offer by Fox marks a premium of approximately 82.1% on that same December 6, 2016 closing price of £7.69 per Sky share. However, it is slightly below the price that Sky’s shares have been trading at this week.In a statement, 21st Century Fox said: “We strongly believe that a combined 21CF and Sky will be a powerful driver for the continued growth and vibrancy of the UK and broader global creative industries.”News of the improved offer comes after the UK government last month accepted deal terms between 21st Century Fox and Sky, following an improved commitment from Disney to operate Sky News for a period of 15 years.Then-UK culture secretary Matt Hancock said that new deal terms had been offered that meet the criteria he laid out in parliament earlier the same month – namely that that Sky News remains financially viable over the long term; is able to operate as a major UK-based news provider; and is able to make editorial decisions that are free from any outside influence.Final sign-off from the UK government is expected this week, following a 15-day consultation on the matter, which ended on July 4.Independent telecoms and media analyst, Paolo Pescatore, said: “There’s no way that Disney, nor 21st Century Fox want to let Sky go to Comcast. Therefore, expect another round of counter bids. The price is heading in one direction. It’s a great time to be a Sky shareholder.”last_img read more

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Canal has secured the rights to English Premier L

first_imgCanal+ has secured the rights to English Premier League football in France for three seasons from next year and has renewed its existing contract for the Premier League in Poland.Winning back the Premier League, currently held by Altice’s RMC Sport, is a significant coup for the embattled pay TV broadcaster, which saw its grip on France’s top tier Ligue 1 rights removed by Spanish broadcaster Mediapro earlier this year when it outbid the pay TV operator to secure these from 2020. Canal+ also lost the UEFA Champions League and Europa League rights from this year to Altice.Canal+ said that winning back the rights “reflects the Group’s drive to invest in premium content over time and to offer an unparalleled football offering, primarily on its own channels”.The acquisition of Premier League rights means that in France, Canal+ will be able to offer a selction of French football games including the top three Ligue 1 games, the Premier league and Top14 French rugby, Formula 1, Moto GP, WRC, Golf and the 2020 Olympics.In Poland, the Premier League will join Polish national league Lotto Ekstraklasa, 50% of Spanish La Liga, selected German Bundesliga matches, NBA, the best speedway league in the world PGE Ekstraliga and Speedway Grand Prix, CEV Volleyball Champions League, EHF Champions League, Polish handball Superliga, Rugby Six Nations Cup, and PGA golfThe reversion of French Premier League rights to Canal+ is a blow for Altice and RMC Sport. SFR said it would work with Canal+, in “the spirit of” an existing agreement giving Canal+ access to Champions League, to provide RMC Sport subscribers access to the Premier League from next year. The operator was referring to an offer launched in September providing Canal+, BeIN Sports and RMC Sport to its subscribers for €40 a month.SFR said that RMC Sport remained “the most complete sports platform” but said that, in terms of exclusive rights, it would now focus on “premium events” like the Champions League.last_img read more

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The rise of overthetop OTT video has been driv

first_imgThe rise of over-the-top (OTT) video has been driven in part by low-cost entry and the elimination of long-term contracts. Yet those same factors mean that the churn rate (the percentage of subscribers who cancel the service during a given time period) is also increasing.Overcoming high churn and incentivising retention are notable challenges for all OTT video providers, especially as the market becomes more saturated and penetration rates slow.In this eBook you will learn more about:the financial implication of churn and how to forecast itthe value of retained OTT subscribershow to use data and subscriber intelligence as a churn remedyhow Cleeng helps broadcasters address the issueDownload the eBooklast_img read more

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first_imgShareTweet Sinn Fein councillor Eric McGinley calls for more police action against criminals in BallymagroartySINN Féin Councillor Eric McGinley has called for a greater PSNI response in relation to ongoing criminal activity in the Ballymagroarty area of the city. “I have requested a meeting with the PSNI to raise our concerns.“I will be asking for more resources to be deployed to combat the criminal actions of a number of individuals who are plaguing our communities.“In most cases these criminals are gaining entry to homes through unlocked doors and I would appeal to residents to be vigilant at all times and ensure doors are properly secured,” he added.GREATER PSNI RESPONSE NEEDED TO TACKLE ONGOING CRIMINAL ACTIVITY IN BALLYMAGROARTY was last modified: December 15th, 2017 by John2John2 Tags: COUNCILLOR ERIC MCGROARTYGREATER PSNI RESPONSE NEEDED TO TACKLE ONGOING CRIMINAL ACTIVITY IN BALLYMAGROARTYSinn Fein Cllr. McGinley said: “There is a growing sense of frustration from residents at the lack of action being taken in relation to arrests and prosecution of criminals who have been wreaking havoc within our communities.“These individuals have been responsible for break-ins, attempted burglaries and car crime and appear to be carrying out these activities with impunity.“Whilst we appreciate the PSNI requires credible evidence to bring these criminals to court there is a concern being expressed that not enough focus is being placed on this problem’last_img read more

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first_imgShareTweet THE best of local artistic talent are getting a unique platform to exhibit their work as part of the City and District’s biggest ever youth arts festival.The Rewire Festival – an action packed 12 day celebration of youth culture from June 26th to July 7th will feature hundreds of events and include performances, exhibitions and discussion forums.It is the flagship event of Youth 19, Council’s year long programme of events and activities focussed and dedicated to young people aged 12 – 24.The celebration will include an eclectic range of activities and events including music gigs, a spoken word/hip-hop festival, film screenings, discussions, fashion masterclasses, street art and digital.The art element of the programme will include exhibitions in the Garden of Reflection in Bishop Street, the Gasyard Centre on Lecky Road and the Void Gallery on Patrick Street.Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council said the events will not only offer exposure for up and coming artists but can inspire more young people to get creative and create art of their own in the future.“I am delighted that the Rewire Festival has placed such a strong emphasis on art by hosting exhibitions of exclusively local young people’s work,” she said.“The festival is offering an ideal platform for young people who have never exhibited their art before as well as some of the more up and coming artists who are studying artistic disciplines as part of their education and training.“Art takes a wide range of forms including painting, sculpture, photography and film and can play a key role in helping people develop mentally, socially and emotionally so I would encourage as many young people as possible to visit the venues and explore the what’s on show.”From today, Monday July 1 to Sunday, July 7, the Garden of Reflection in Bishop Street will host the eagerly anticipated ‘Dig The New Breed’ exhibition which explores racism, identity and cultural relativism through the work of up and coming local art students Jack Collins, Liam Bradley, Naomi Ferguson, Jude McCandless and Molly McFadden.Also from July 1st – 7th the Rewire Open Arts Exhibition at the Gasyard Centre in Lecky Road will host a showcase of work by young artists of all disciplines and abilities as part of the Bluebell Arts Project’s second Empowering the Art Exhibition of 2019.The Void Gallery in Patrick Street will has issued an open call to young people aged 18-24 to exhibit in the process room at Void Art Centre from June 26th to July 6th for their ‘This Must Be The Place’ exhibition which will explore how five local young artists work in Derry today. The full Rewire Festival programme will be accessible at www.youth19.com while you can keep up to date with news by following the Youth 19 social media channels on Instagram, Youtube, Snapchat, Facebook, and Twitter.Rewire Festival to showcase the best of young local art talent was last modified: July 1st, 2019 by John2John2 Tags: Derry and Strabane CouncilMayor Michaela BoyleRewire Festival to showcase the best of young local art talentThe Rewire FestivalYouth 19last_img read more

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