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3–D SPACE is a non–profit arts organization located in Los Angeles dedicated to the preservation of the history of stereoscopic imaging and the advancement of current and future 3–D arts and sciences. It is a museum, gallery, theater, library, and classroom, where people can come and learn about the art and science of stereography and its digital applications, view 3–D films, and check out 3–D books, films, and other media. It was founded in 2014 by Eric Kurland, a professional stereoscopic photographer, and 3–D enthusiast. 3–D SPACE has the support of a Board of Directors and advisors and has incorporated and been granted 501(c)3 tax–exempt status. However, to help ensure the museum‘s future, the founders are seeking donations from the public.