Alum in Verge’s Class of 2020
The Verge Center for the Arts is re-opening and presenting its first exhibition in a year on site. “Class of 2020″ showcases the work of the 2020 Ali Youssefi Project (AYP) artists in residence, including alum Brooklynn Johnson (MFA ‘19), Vincent Pacheco (MFA ‘17), and Muzi Li Rowe (MFA ‘17).
The title is a nod to the unique challenges the artists faced pursuing their residencies during quarantine and largely in isolation. The works produced reveal the deep personal explorations that come not just through the luxury of time and space that a residency provides, but also through the additional focus that solitude allows.
In addition to Johnson, Pacheco and Rowe, “Class of 2020″ includes artists Justin Amrhein, Angel King, and Terence Wong.
All visitors are required to wear face masks and practice social distancing. Limited gallery capacity will be enforced. Please plan your trip accordingly for the safety of guests and staff.
Thursday – Saturday 11am – 5pm
Sunday 12pm – 5pm
Verge Center for the
625 S Street
Sacramento, CA 95811