Thanks to Michael, Joe, Dario, Rory, Martina, Samantha, Madeline, Roger, and EnoWeb's own newsbot Tom Boon in no particular order for these news items.

A Quiet Scene – the video installation of over 100 short films accompanying Roger and Brian Eno's music from Mixing Colours and its subsequent Luminous EP – will be screened from 22nd January to 21st February 2021 at The Music Center's Jerry Moss Plaza in Los Angeles, in collaboration with non-profit radio station dublab. For the first three days of the event, it will also be live-streamed so that viewers around the world can enjoy the mix.

And following CSI and Law and Order, A Quiet Scene is getting in on the franchise action with A Quiet Scene: L.A. Residents are invited to make films of Los Angeles with a soundtrack of one of the pieces from Luminous (these also appear on the Mixing Colours Expanded Edition). The chosen films will then be displayed from 20th March to 18th April.


This year's Elevate Festival in Graz, Austria, will feature 77 Million Paintings with 3D audio. Eno is supposedly scheduled to be present at the launch on 4th March... though who knows if that'll be a physical manifestation or beamed in live from his bijou pied-à-terre, given the continuing lockdown. And – finally, after decades of people sneering at ambient music and saying "Has he done Music for Lifts yet?" – new Eno music will be played all year in the Schlossberg elevators.


A limited edition CD of Brian's soundtrack for RAMS (previously a Record Store Day exclusive vinyl LP) is now available while stocks last! Hurry!! Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity!!! Etc.!!!!

During 2021 the Science Museum Group will be hosting a series of Climate Talks; the discussion on 15th February will feature Brian and James Thornton discussing the work of ClientEarth. It's a free online event though museum donations are welcome.


Brian has favoured Rolling Stone Japan and Los Angeles Times with his considered opinions. Geeta Dayal wrote an In Memoriam of Harold Budd.


Brian and the usual supects speculated about what might be next for Julian Assange, while far in the past Russell Mills waited for Brian, and

Very recently
Somebody breathed heavily
Near some Eno lightboxes
In Italy.

Plus some words with and without moving pictures.


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