Independence Day Of Ukraine: August 24 also marks six months since Russian invasion and launch of genocide so we stand in Ukrainian solidarity
Adelaide commercial photographer, Drew Lenman, has created a realistic rendering of an Adelaide panorama in which our city has been ravaged by war. Drew’s goal is to inspire us to feel more deeply for Ukrainians and contribute to UNICEF’s fundraising options.
The SA Drink Of The Week is from Artis Wines in the Adelaide Hills, ably supported by our guest taster, Glenn Malycha.
And in the Musical Pilgrimage, we have a song from Atlas Genius.
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Running Sheet: War Torn Adelaide In Ukrainian Solidarity
Introduction to the show.
00:03:55 SA Drink Of The Week
This week’s SA Drink Of The Week is the Artis Wines 2019 Adelaide Hills Grüner Veltliner, ably supported by our guest taster, Glenn Malycha.
As you’ll hear (and see) in our tasting with Glenn Malycha from Wine Pro Australia, we learn that the winemaker Andrew Miller, applies much attention to detail, from the wine to the labels.
00:16:24 Drew Lenman
A commercial photographer from Adelaide, South Australia, Drew Lenman, has found a unique and powerful way to raise funds and awareness for victims of war in Ukraine.
Using photo editing software, Drew Lenman has transformed images of Adelaide into a landscape of war and destruction in a project titled “Imagine Our City”.
In a bid to evoke empathy and compassion for victims of Putin’s war in Ukraine, the imagery comprises two high resolution ‘before and after’ photographs in registration which have been edited into a graphic video, below.
Drew has an aim to raise at least $50,000 for trusted charity UNICEF and is appealing to fellow Australians to dig deep and support those whose lives have been thrown into turmoil.
Please help by donating to UNICEF relief fund
If you missed our recent Ukrainian episode, check out: Lest We Forget Ukraine.
Here is The Conversation article by that Steve referenced: Ukraine celebrates Independence Day, with a new level of meaning as it fights back against Russia
Imagine #war hitting #Adelaide the way that #Russia has brutalised #Ukraine? You can now, thanks to photographer, Drew Lenman, who's created an image of our city destroyed. It marks #Ukrainian Independence Day and is raising funds via @unicefaustralia https://t.co/J6matmdeaN
— The Adelaide Show (@TheAdelaideShow) August 24, 2022
00:39:45 Musical Pilgrimage
In the musical pilgrimage, we have Elegant Strangers, by Atlas Genius.
This South Australian band has certainly lived up to the “Atlas” name, having toured overseas, conquering the USA in their travels. Appearances on the US late night TV shows has helped this band build a strong following and we look forward to learning more about their journey in an upcoming episode.
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