Welcome to Our 20th Year of Publication
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The twentieth year of a cultural magazine with consistent wit and relevance
IT DON’T MEAN A THING IF IT AIN’T GOT THAT SWING
Duke Ellington’sSophisticated Ladies
Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold
TEE NAANTHAWARIISธีร์ นันทวริศ์
A Landscape Architect who loves the art of 3D filmmaking
Janine Yasovantคลิกเพื่ออ่านบทความนี้ เป็นภาษาไทย
THE STATESMANSHIP OF BEING POET LAUREATE
What most people, including poets, don’t know is that the field of poet laureates is growing. Poet laureates can represent states, counties, and towns in the US.
Karren LaLonde Alenier
GODDESS IN EXILE continued
After World War II from the late 1940s to the 80’s when the avant-garde shifted from Europe to America, prominent art dealer and gallery owner Leo Castelli was at the helm.
KANDINSKY’S THEATRE LIFEA Breathless Resume, Part 1
He is still today among the most daring of those who have created abstract works for the stage.
Lissa Tyler Renaud
“THE PIANO AIN’T GOT NO WRONG NOTES”
Some Thoughts on Erik Satie and Thelonious Monk
OLD FART VILLAGE
Look who’s talkin’
A WORLD OF TROUBLE
Avengers: Endgame, Us
Once again, Marvel’s latest Avengers movie—the culmination of a 22-movie story arc—is released at the same time as another movie that features apocalyptic violence as its theme
Miles David Moore
VIEW OF VILLAGE WITH CLOCK TOWER
The Art of David Wiley
THIRTY SEVEN DEGREES
I'm originally from Melbourne, Australia and after twenty-five years living in San Francisco, I returned permanently to Melbourne. I will not be short of subject material for my lens.
The Photography of Jon Rendell
The light is green beneath the sun. The grasses reflect and sway to your moving body.
True Story | I'm Dreaming I'm AwakeAwkward Question | Do We Get To Sit Down In Heaven?
UNDRESS ME Michael BettencourtIn a bar, Laura turns to Stefan and asks him to undressher by word of mouth, in his best mother tongue.
THE GREED GENE Michael BettencourtA young couple is told by their genetic counselor, the "genie of genes"that
their child has the greed gene, and there is nothing they can do.
An astute and entertaining array of audio essayson an array of topics by an astute andentertaining essayist.
theatreTALOS ENSEMBLEA New Medea Noir
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The Steiny Road to OperadomIndex of all of Karren Alenier’s columns in Scene4.Click Here for Access
Comics/CartoonsIndex of Elliot Feldman’s comicsand cartoons in Scene4. Click Here for Access
Film ReviewsIndex of all reviews by Scene4’s Film Critic, Miles David Moore.Click Here for Access
WritingsIndex of Renate Stendhal’s articlesand reviews in Scene4.Click Here for Access
WritingsIndex of columns and writings by Danin Adler and Arthur Meiselman in Scene4. Click Here for Access
Kandinsky AnewIndex of series by Lissa Tyler Renaud in Scene4. Click Here for Access
Everything Old Is New AgainJanuary 2013 | Click Here
What Is Obscenity and What’s Not?January 2012 | Click Here
A Brief But Quirky History of the ArtsJanuary 2011 | Click Here
The Rising Fall of the ArtsJanuary 2010 | Click Here
The OneJanuary 2009 | Click Here
What Is Art?January 2008 | Click Here
View of the ArtsJanuary 2007 | Click Here
The Art of Sex in the ArtsFebruary 2006 | Click Here
State of the Art of the ArtsOctober 2005 |Click Here
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BALANCING ACTIt’s hard not to walk away from a couple of current programs without thinking that things would be so much better for the Earth if humans weren’t around. Michael Bettencourt
FOUR VIRGINS AND A SPOONSome things are better left undone, better left unsaid, better left unknown, better left
alone. Pithless naysayings that keep the fear pot bubbling. The latter one precipitates an endless stream of pungent doeth nots. Arthur Danin Adler
BILL OF RIGHTS I clearly have too much time on my hands. Being stuck is the great inventor of occupations to pass the days of course. I spend lots trying to sort out technical aspects concerning doctors lawyers, or with brothers or mothers. Claudine Jones
AFTER THE OLD ORDER CHANGETHI stayed true to my heroes and my imaginary friends. As I got older (and went through various periods of poverty), I kept up with the Avengers. I stayed true during good times and bad times. Bad times? Nathan Thomas
TWENTY YEARS WITH THE TRAVELERSSince the Old Sod sojourn involving much Guinness and Irish whiskey, we’ve kept exclusively to the Continent, visiting only winemaking countries with France in the lead, Italy a close second, and Spain in third place. Patrick Walsh
INERTIA A recent visit to the doctor confirmed my suspicions. What did I have? According to the good doctor what I had was a bad case of inertia. No, inertia is not a medical term. Les Marcott
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