News Releases

April 30, 2012


SANTA ANA, Calif. - A full-color exhibition of imagery and information highlighting  Segerstrom Center for the Arts is on display at John Wayne Airport (JWA) through July 2012.

The display can be viewed in the Orange County: Destination Arts & Culture exhibition space, which is located along the pedestrian walkway connecting the Terminal B and C ticketing lobbies and is open to the general public, passengers and visitors to the Airport.

Orange County: Destination Arts & Culture exhibition space

"John Wayne Airport is pleased to feature this eye-catching display in our new exhibition space," said Airport Director Alan Murphy. "We offer our sincere congratulations to Segerstrom Center for 25 years of artistic excellence and our thanks for providing Orange County residents and visitors with world-class performances and programs."

Segerstrom Center for the Arts President Terrence W. Dwyer commented, "We are very grateful to John Wayne Airport for providing us with this opportunity to share the Segerstrom Center story with the thousands of travelers who utilize the airport every day. The dramatic display offers a welcoming invitation to those visiting Orange County to enjoy world-class productions at the Center. It also stands as an attractive reminder that internationally acclaimed artists as well as innovative education programs are available year-round to the entire community."

Orange County Performing Arts Center

Segerstrom Center for the Arts by RMA Photography
View more images of current art exhibit here

The images on display are a series of photographs featuring Segerstrom Center buildings, as well as images taken at selected well-known events and education programs over the past 25 years, including a number of artists and companies arriving in the months ahead. For more information about JWA’s art program, visit For more information about Segerstrom Center for the Arts, visit:

About John Wayne Airport
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