International Art Space

International Art Space

Daniel Peltz, “When we dig, things come up.”

Po Box 8087
First Floor, State Library of Western Australia, 25 Francis Street, Perth Cultural Centre
Perth Western Australia 6849
Hours: Monday–Friday 5pm–9am
T +61 8 9228 2444
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International Art Space (IAS) was established in 1998. Since its inception, IAS has run more than 120 residency-based projects by artists from 22 countries, created five national touring exhibitions and organised educational workshops, professional mentorships and a range of other community activities.

IAS’ mission is to 

  • Foster new and more productive modes of interaction between contemporary artists and communities;
  • Support artistic practices that engage non-specialist audiences without compromising professional excellence;
  • Promote a dialogue between regional, metropolitan and international perspectives.

Today, IAS’ core program is the production of spaced, a recurring event of Australian and international context-responsive art. Spaced showcases newly commissioned artworks developed in response to the distinctiveness of regional and remote sites and communities. Each spaced program unfolds over a period of three years comprising a series of residencies, solo exhibitions and events, mentoring and educational activities, symposia, publications, a final group exhibition in a major metropolitan venue, and a subsequent national touring exhibition.

Above: Daniel Peltz, “When we dig, things come up.”

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