Andrea Serna0 Articles
Andrea Serna is a freelance writer and Wikipedia editor living and working in San Pedro.
Street art, be it sanctioned or unsanctioned, has become a familiar sight throughout the world. It was once chiefly a form of protest and political expression, street art has emerged as a means to combat urban blight. Next month the Waterfr
Artists Send a MessageBy Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer As the inauguration of Donald Trump as president of the United States completes its transition in our minds from inconceivable to imminent,
Open Letter to City Councilman Joe BuscainoBy Andrea Serna, Art and Culture Writer I am writing you this letter because lately I notice that you have become kind of—excuse the term—rude. You keep crashing the party. It appears that your off
By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer The grand opening exhibition Illuminations, at the Museum of Neon Art, brings together a group of contemporary artists displaying glass, and light and animation art. The artists address issues from indigenous culture to
By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer The historic Palos Verdes Art Center has brought an exciting new addition to the culinary scene on the peninsula. Since its renovation two years ago, much has changed at the Art Ce
By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer It wasn’t that long ago that street art was just considered the scribbles of street vandals on private property. In the past few decades these “vandals” have become “artists,” and their works h