Andrea Serna

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

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

Grand Vision Brings Art, Music Back to School

By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer With the arts under attack in America, many educators are fighting back to make sure that art, music and dance remain in public schools. Grand Vision Foundation is a

From Syracuse to San Pedro:

Studio 347 exhibits Syracuse University MFA students

By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer In a modest San Pedro neighborhood overlooking the Port of Los Angeles sits a small house with a sizabl

Unearth Unexpected Gems at the 97th NWS Show

By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer Each visit to the National Watercolor Society unearths unexpected gems. Brilliant jewel-toned paintings hang beside the somber image of a priest kneeling in prayer.

There Will Be Art

Pacific Standard Time Comes to the Gate

By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer Pacific Standard Time: Los Angeles/Latin America is the second coming of the 2011 event th

Dance, Opera, Tall Ships Go Beyond the Waterfront

By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre is collaborating with Los Angeles Opera, Los Angeles Maritime Institute and marine research incubator AltaSea to bring an immersive art

DNJ Gallery in Santa Monica Hosts Ray Carofano’s riverrun

DNJ Gallery at Bergamont Station in Santa Monica exhibits the riverrun photography series by Ray Carofano of Gallery 478 is San Pedro. Carofano is known for presenting the melancholy dystopian landscape of the desert in his series Land of

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