Andrea Serna

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Andrea Serna is a freelance writer and Wikipedia editor living and working in San Pedro.

Harry Bridges

Eugene Daub makes hero from sketch to bronze

Eugene Daub is old friends with Harry Bridges, even though they never met. Bridges died in 1990, a few years before Daub moved to  San Pedro. The artist ended up spending many years becom

Portraits of Castaways Line the Walls at Gallery 478

By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer The faces looking out at you in Gallery 478 are not supposed to be pretty. They are mostly grim and determined, although you can see the barest hint of a sm

An Artist Finds What Was Lost Coming Into Being

By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer The search for self, the search for one's own identity is the ubiquitous quest of humanity. Nearly everyone, at some point in their life has been told to “just be yours

Identity and COMING INTO BEING; GATHERING THE ELDER IN ME

Gathering the Elder in Me Presentation at Angels Gate

An Artist Finds What Was Lost

By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer

The search for self, the search for one’s own identity is the ubiquitous quest of humanity.

Celebrate Mexican Independence with Gregorio Luke

By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer Cinco de Mayo is not Mexican Independence day. You already knew that, right? Many people outside Mexico mistakenly believe that Cinco de Mayo is a celebrati

The Future Comes to MOLAA

By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer Dr. Lourdes I. Ramos-Rivas arrived at the Museum of Latin American Art at an auspicious moment in its 22-year history, and in her own. To become the museum’s new dire

Through Light and Space: Robert Irwin Illuminates the Unseen

By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer  In 1975 Robert Irwin boldly installed his first piece of public art on the campus of California State University Long Beach. Titled

Conversation with a Curator: Ron Linden Discusses 7 Painters

By Andrea Serna, Arts & Culture Writer Artist and curator Ron Linden believes in challenging an audience. In his current exhibition, 7 Painters, on display at Gallery 478, he challenges the in

LA River Defender Honored

By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer The Los Angeles River, infamously tamed and confined in concrete is coming back to life, one small step at a time. The improbable revitalization began thanks to poet, a

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