Greenville, S.C. (October 1, 2020), Sigal Music Museum, a museum created to celebrate, entertain, and inform audiences of all ages about the incredibly diverse musical cultures of the world, is pleased to announce the appointment of Sarah Arbogast to the position of Vice President of Development and Marketing. Ms. Arbogast is responsible for the development and growth of museum fundraising in addition to overseeing marketing and outreach activities.
Before joining Sigal Music Museum, Ms. Arbogast was Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations at Clemson University, where she was responsible for elevating effective collaborations between industry leaders and the academy as the relationship manager for a significant portfolio of major corporate partners.
“Sarah comes to Sigal Music Museum with a breadth of experience in fundraising and marketing,” said Andy White, President of the Board of Directors. “Our board, executive committee, and museum teammates are working hand-in-hand with Sarah to position the museum as a leading center for preserving and celebrating musical narratives. Her passion for the community makes her a natural fit for Sigal.”
Throughout her career, Arbogast has served in roles including Director of Imagine Upstate and the Upstate SC STEM Collaborative. Ms. Arbogast is a leading non-profit professional and Upstate advocate, having been recently named one of the Upstate’s Women of Influence by GSA Business Report and Class Representative for Leadership Greenville Class 46.
About Sigal Music Museum
Sigal Music Museum, located on Heritage Green in Downtown Greenville, S.C., launched in 2017 with the support of regional arts advocates with a vision to create the leading center for preserving and celebrating the musical narratives of the Carolinas and the Southeast. Over the past three years, with the support of donors and collectors, including Marlowe Sigal and his family, the collection has grown to include hundreds of significant instruments by some of the most iconic makers of the past 400 years. The museum is also home to a library containing over 1000 rare reference books, record albums, sheet music, auction catalogs, and magazines. Our mission is to celebrate, entertain, and inform audiences of all ages about the incredibly diverse musical cultures of the world through interactive exhibits, educational programs, and intimate concert performances. Visitors include music aficionados, students, musicians, scholars, and tourists from across the country and worldwide.