Segerstrom Center for the Arts

Segerstrom Center for the Arts

Segerstrom Center for the Arts is committed to providing all residents in this region with opportunities to enhance their knowledge of and appreciation for the performing arts. This includes students from elementary school through the university level, educators and individuals who simply want to broaden their experiences but not in a structure that is strictly academic. These programs achieve two especially important objectives: they develop the audiences of the future and, by integrating the arts into the standard curriculum, enhance learning, creative thinking, cognitive and social skills.

The Center’s Arts Teach Program features an extensive roster of more than 75 professional artists in music, dance, theater and visual arts from around the globe who specialize in performing for school assemblies, family nights, student workshops, teacher professional development and residencies. These occur at the Center, in schools and at community venues throughout Southern California. Arts Teach is an enriching arts-in-education program that provides the wonder and excitement of live performance and hands-on activities to schools and community organizations.



  600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa, CA 92626


714-556-2122, X 4310


Peggy Hasegawa Workshop

Program description

Handmade Books (for grades Pre-K-12): Create books using various techniques including folding, adhesive and sewing. Minimum two visits required to complete projects.

Handmade Paper (for grades Pre-K-12): Discover the 2,000 year-old tradition of hand-making paper. Minimum three visits needed to complete projects.

Multicultural Arts (for grades Pre-K-12): Create original artwork by exploring art from different cultures. Minimum two visits required to complete projects.

Origami (for grades Pre-K-12): Learn the ancient art of paper folding and create various forms including animals, flowers and geometric, 3-D objects.

Booking / scheduling contact

Arts Teach Staff

   (714) 556-2122 x4310

Program detail
Artistic discipline: Visual Arts
Cultural Origin: Asian
Program type: Workshops & Classes
Population served: ANY
Subject: ANY
Bilingual: No
Available dates:

Year round

Available times:

To be determined

Length of program: 60 minutes
Space / technical requirements:

Staging: A comfortable and clean room that can accommodate 25-35 students is required. No stage is required. Artists can travel from room to room for workshops other than papermaking.

Artist Needs: Teacher’s basic supplies: scissors, stapler, single h


At your site

Fees / Ticketing:

First 60-minute Workshop- $200
Each Additional 60-minute Workshop- $150
Minimum three workshops per day must be scheduled
Material Fees: $1 per student for Handmade Books, Multicultural Art, and Origami. $2 per student for Handmade Paper