Traffic Zone Center for Visual Art

Traffic Zone Center For Visual Art

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The Traffic Zone Center for Visual Art (TZCVA) is an artist cooperative located in the historic Warehouse District of downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota. Founded in 1993, TZCVA was established to create an artist-owned and managed building that provides stable, safe, and affordable studio, teaching and exhibition space for mid-career visual artists. TZCVA is a partnership between Artspace Projects, Inc., a leading national non-profit real estate developer for the arts, and a cooperative of 23 artist-members.

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TZCVA is housed in a renovated six-story Chicago style limestone warehouse located in the North Loop Neighborhood at 250 Third Avenue North, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55401. Built in 1886 for the Moline, Milburn and Stoddard Company as a warehouse for storing farm machinery and implements, the Traffic Zone building is of significant historic and architectural interest and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).

Members of the TZCVA cooperative have included an eclectic, international mix of painters, photographers, printmakers, conceptual artists, sculptors, book artists, and ceramicists. Many are past recipients of fellowships and grants from the McKnight Foundation (Minneapolis); the Bush Foundation (Saint Paul); the (New York & Saint Paul); the (Saint Paul); the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, (New York); and the National......
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