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Are your guters in
"paw" conditon? Artistʼs confronting topic
Evanston Gardens' Steve Schlieper has
developed a collection of photographs to
bring awareness to the community on a
subject he believes is getting worse.
The second-year diploma in photo imaging
student created the body of work for one of
his final projects and said he drew inspiration
from the real-life stories he has witnessed.
"Over the years I've talked to that many
alcoholics and drug addicts and I had to
come up with something for an exhibition,"
"I was struggling to think of what to do,
and then that just popped in my head, and I
thought I'd do that because the community
needs to be more aware of what it can do.
"It's a huge problem and I'd like to get the
message out there."
Schlieper's work shows an alcoholic
progressing to harder drugs as they search for
a bigger 'high'.
"They end up losing everything they ever
had, besides the addiction, which becomes
out of control," he said.
"The body of work shows the downhill
slide that occurs when having multiple
addictions and also the loneliness and pain of
Schlieper has used himself as the subject in
the series of images but he, himself, does not
drink or take drugs.
"I can't remember the last time I had a drink,
to tell you the truth," he said.
Schlieper's exhibition will be shown online
from 7.30pm on November 19 to 9.30pm on
A BUDDING local photographer will highlight the confronting issue of drug and alcohol abuse through an online
exhibition this month.
Evanston Gardensʼ Steve Schlieper has developed a
collection of photographs to bring awareness to the
community on the issue of drug and alcohol abuse.
Tower plans for oval
The application was lodged in July for
the current Telstra exchange site at Lot
52 Barossa Valley Way, Lyndoch.
However, Telstra believes the oval
will have a better technical and
visual outcome than the proposed
Application plans include a mobile
telephone base station, with a single
34-metre tower and six panel antennas
mounted to the top.
The application is expected to be
presented at an upcoming Barossa
Council Development Assessment
At its meeting last month, Barossa
Council moved that the matter lie on the
table until the DAP's decision, but that
it supports Lyndoch Oval as a preferred
Council also moved that it would
consult with relevant community
members prior to negotiating a lease for
LYNDOCH Oval has been listed as a preferred site for a new
telecommunication tower, following a development application lodged
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