International Art Space • Perth, Australia • www.spaced.org.au
In the Western Australian Wheatbelt, under the name IASKA (International Art Space Kellerberrin Australia), International Art Space (IAS) ran a residency program, gallery and residential center.
“International Art Space (IAS) was established in 1998 by a team comprising two farmers, Tony York and Donna Dransfield, and two arts professionals from Perth, artist Rodney Glick and writer/curator Marco Marcon. In 2009 International Art Space (IAS) relocated to Perth to launch SPACED, an innovative new event, which saw an expansion of our operations to a wide range of locations and communities across Western Australia and beyond. International Art Space (IAS)’s core program is SPACED, a recurring event of residency-based, context-responsive art projects. Each iteration of SPACED unfolds over a period of three years and encompasses a series of closely inter-related activities such residencies, exhibitions, mentoring and educational programs, symposia and publications.”
Information above quoted from http://three.spaced.org.au/about.