Young Peoples' Projects

About

As an organisation we strive to work with both young people and emerging artists: supporting new talent and developing skills.

From the outset, in 2008, b-side has had a firm commitment to support emerging talent. The first festival was in partnership with Weymouth College and DepARTure and featured work from students in FE venues. This commitment is also reflective of the current staff team, many of whom have both previous and ongoing work in gallery education, lecturing, volunteering and social work.

Past projects have included young people working directly with artists and producers to create work for unusual spaces including Debenhams store, an old unsused school building and a church yard. To see previous Encounters projects click here

Current Projects

[intransit] Producers

Are you between 18 - 25 years old?
Do you want to boost your CV by working alongside an international arts organisation?
Would you like experience in organising and hosting your own event / platform for young people?

Then you're in the right place! 

As an [intransit] Producer you will receive training and mentorship from the b-side team and outside practitioners, help produce a platform for Young People during the Festival, meet other like-minded people and receive a small fee for your contribution. 

For more information & to register your interest emal: molly@b-side.org.uk

Recent Projects

No Right of Passage

Working alongside DIVA Contemporary & associate artist David Rogers we invited a group of ‘home school’ creatives to the Isle of Portland. Using Portland as their subject we asked the group to explore, discover and then create their own film inspired by Portland.
Click here to find out more.

Mound Movements

Between April - May 2017 we worked alongside 10 dance students from IPACA on the South Dorset Ridgeway. 
Click here to find out more.

Into Dust

Between February - July 2017 we wored with around 20 different young people from Space Youth Project to create a song and music video. 
Click here to find out more.