The Sigal Music Museum tells the diverse and exciting stories of musical instruments from across the globe.
Our vision is to be the leading center of preserving, celebrating, and telling the diverse and exciting stories of musical instruments from across the globe through educational programs, exhibits, and performances by distinguished artists.
Over 300 works on paper for sale in printmaking, drawings, mixed media, collage, and paintings by recognized artists with work in private and public collections. These artists include teachers and professors affiliated with schools such as Clemson University, the Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities, University of South Carolina Upstate, and the Greenville County School District.
SC Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities
The South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities gives young emerging artists the opportunity to explore and refine their talents in a one-of-a-kind, master-apprentice, arts-centered community. Nestled behind Falls Park in scenic downtown Greenville, students live and learn in a safe and supportive environment where they have everything they need to pursue their artistic passion and discover who they are as individuals and as artists.
Greenville Convention Center
Expansive exhibit halls. Beautiful ballrooms. Organized meeting spaces. At the Greenville Convention Center, you’ll find the room you need to host the event you want. Host to unique Art and Craft shows- For more information visit website at www.Artisanville.net
Sargent Art Building at Bob Jones University
Includes offices, classrooms and studios for drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, fiber arts, print-making and graphic arts
Kiln room with multiple kilns and pit for metal work
Metropolitan Arts Council
The Metropolitan Arts Council (MAC) is the only organization in Greenville, South Carolina working daily to support every discipline of the arts.
As Greenville’s visitors center for the arts in the historic West End district, MAC serves as an arts advocate through the South Carolina Arts Alliance and through direct contact with all governmental entities.
First Fridays invites you to navigate Greenville’s visual arts scene each month as galleries and venues are open to the public from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m